- What’s the ROI of Trust? Results of the Edelman Trust Barometer 2015
- This week in #digitalethics: the useful versus creepy problem
- Data Diary: Five things we can learn from the Super Bowl
- Big Boulder Initiative: What’s on the Social Data Ethics Agenda for 2015?
- New Research: What Do We Do with All This Big Data?
- Hey folks on #CollabOnAir today: here's the UPenn study on @twitter & heart disease. Have at it! m.pss.sagepub.com/content/26/2/1… @HiddenBrain 1 day ago
- RT @dhinchcliffe: IMO, it'll be interesting to see the growing regulation of the Internet meet head on the urgency of businesses to be #dig… 1 day ago
- "We should be thinking about where's the theory? What's the underlying research question?" @srjeffares #CollabOnAir 2 days ago
- "Don't separate what happens on social media and what happens in the real world." - @walkeroh #CollabOnAir #socialdata 2 days ago
- "What is complex about image research is the interaction between the image & the text and the context." @Flygirltwo #socialdata #CollabOnAir 2 days ago
Author Archives: susanetlinger
Each year, Edelman conducts research that culminates in the publication of its Trust Barometer (disclosure: I worked at Edelman when the first report was published). It’s been long enough now–15 years and counting–that the study has seen meaningful shifts in patterns of trust: … Continue reading
In my last post, I discussed some themes for 2015, one of which was an imperative for us as an industry to get serious about digital ethics. The year was filled with stories–some surprising, some alarming, some downright nuts–about the downstream … Continue reading