Privacy is Dead. Long Live Privacy! - By Chad Tragakis

Primary tabs

Privacy is Dead. Long Live Privacy! - By Chad Tragakis

Chad Tragakis, Senior Vice President, Hill & Knowlton, Washington. Author at the blog ResponsAbility
tweet me:
Privacy is Dead. Long Live Privacy! http://bit.ly/eR9Biu

Summary

The 3BL Media blog roll is a select list of the most influential, respected, and authoritative voices in corporate social responsibility. Compiled from the 3BL Media staff’s extensive contacts with longtime CSR commentators, these bloggers offer relevant news, opinions, and ideas about all things CSR in one convenient place.

Thursday, March 3, 2011 - 1:36pm

CAMPAIGN: 3BL Blogs

CONTENT: Blog

 

The Queen of England joined Facebook late last year. I signed up early last month. It was a New Year’s resolution and I was officially out of excuses. If, at age 83, Her Majesty could do it, then I certainly could. I had my reasons for waiting so long, much to the surprise, chagrin and teasing of friends and family. First, the time crunch. I’ve seen how so many friends and colleagues practically live on the site, and how much it consumes some of them. But, more than concerns over time were concerns over privacy. How much would I have to give up to glean the benefits of the site and all it had to offer?

Facebook has had to deal with continued criticismboycotts and legal action over allegations of violating user privacy. Some of this was related to the site’s wildly popular but seemingly innocuous gaming apps, like Farmville and Texas HoldEm. And Facebook is just one of many firms being forced to address privacy issues head on.

continue reading ResponsAbility

 

Keywords: Media & Communications | Brands | Corporate Responsibility | Google | Internet | Media and Communications | Responsibility | Sustainability | environment | marketing | news

CAMPAIGN: 3BL Blogs

CONTENT: Blog