JA: And one thing I just want to say, because I have to raise the issue of due process at least once during any conversation like this. My husband and I fight about this all the time: he’s like, “I want them to know I’m driving safely because I’m safe, and I’m happy to have the GPS in the car, and I’m awesome, and I’m going to benefit from this system.” But the problem is, when you think about red-light cameras and automated tickets, which are already becoming pretty pervasive, it’s really a due process issue. How do you fight it? It would probably be really hard to do. Like, are we going to have to install dashboard cameras surveilling ourselves in order to have some sort of protection against the state surveilling us, or whoever is surveilling us? … [Read more...] about Forget about “privacy”: Julia Angwin and Trevor Paglen on our data crisis
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These examples show that companies and CEOs have to choose their issues carefully and with authenticity. They also have to factor in elements like consumer backlash and must educate themselves adequately about the issues they are supporting. Another key element of successful CEO Activism is seeking a broad consensus across the organization so that there are no inner divisions to distract from the public messaging. A company has to also take into consideration if it is strong enough to take in its stride, political or public backlash because just a trending, negative hashtag could dent its financial equity. … [Read more...] about Digging Deeper | CEO Activism: Tool for positive change?
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