Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, data harvesting, data ethics

12 June, 2018

Facebook’s fail: the ‘story’, the risks and the role of the board

One of the arguments that one increasingly hears these days is that corporate governance in the new economy will be all about the “story” of the company, not about its performance or assets. Value...

9 May, 2018

EC proposes better protection for whistleblowers

The European Commission has drafted a law that will strengthen protection for whistleblowers by introducing EU-wide standards. The new law would establish safe channels for reporting breaches of EU...
Facebook

3 April, 2018

Zuckerberg must quit Facebook, says New York pension fund official

A new chairman should step in place of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, in an attempt to repair its reputation regarding data privacy, according to a major US pension fund official. New York City comp...
Facebook

27 March, 2018

Facebook under scrutiny by ESG funds as shares plummet

The mire in which social media platform Facebook finds itself over the protection of user data deepened this week as it emerged that some ethical funds have dropped the company's shares. Bloomberg ...
Facebook

23 March, 2018

Facebook makes data ethics the big governance issue

The debacle over Facebook user data is illustrative of governance and strategic issues that many companies will face as we deepen our relationship with technology. [pull-right]Reputations are fragi...