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Fun vs. Function: Walking the Narrow Social Media Tightrope

by Joe Phelan June 28, 2016June 28, 2016 Social media is a fantastic, and often invaluable, method of communication. It is flexible, inclusive and, perhaps most importantly, simple to use. Within seconds questions can be asked and answered, opinions spouted and shared, often with nothing more than the click of a button or the swipe … Continue reading Fun vs. Function: Walking the Narrow Social Media Tightrope

Walking the Tightrope Between Insight and Data Privacy

by Zuzanna Pasierbinska-Wilson June 1, 2016 Follow @fattypontoonskiJune 1, 2016 Today, digital identity is so much more than just your username and password. It combines data on who we are, our history, our interests and our preferences. Put all of these attributes together and a remarkably accurate and traceable picture appears of how we live, … Continue reading Walking the Tightrope Between Insight and Data Privacy