- 2017, July 24, FastCo Design, “The Most Crucial Design Job Of The Future“
- 2017, July 24, FT, “Sweden grapples with huge leak of confidential information” — “extremely serious” is an understatement
- 2017, July 24, The Scotsman, “Brian Hills: Advantages of new GDPR data protection rules“
- 2017, July 24, Field Fisher, “Employee Monitoring – the Article 29 Working Party refreshes its opinion“
- 2017, July 24, The Globe and Mail, “Calls grow for Canada to modernize privacy laws amid EU changes“
- 2017, July 24, The Aspen Institute, “To Fix a Broken Internet, Coders Revisit Their Code of Ethics“
- 2017, July 24, ZDNet, “The future of jobs: Automation technologies, robotics, and artificial intelligence“
- 2017, July 24, SSRN, “A Descriptive Analysis of the Fourth Amendment and the Third-Party Doctrine in the Digital Age“
- 2017, July 24, SSRN, “Antitrust and Inequality: The Problem of Super-Firms“
- 2017, July, Microsoft, “Enterprise Smart Contracts“
Yesterday I wrote about what a slow news day it was. Well, I think a more accurate description is – it is just harder and harder to find content that has enough quality content to post on here. There is plenty of it available, but it is mostly crap: so much of it. And then Google makes it extra annoying by asking me to ‘prove I am human’ because it thinks my browsing is abnormal — actually, it probably is: I am trying to avoid all the junk it serves up!
I think I am going to move more to creating my own content using whatever decent other sources I can find. There simply isn’t enough out there to warrant a daily summary; not that I will stop looking for it. Part of this process will mean going to primary sources and looking for nuggets of interest. Much of the secondary content I find warps the reports or government findings to sell some product or service – which would be fine if they added enough value to their content in the process.
Anyway … all good. I will change my approach to circumvent the garbage and generate my own (hopefully) quality content.