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  • PR Ethics Lessons From ‘Roman Holiday’

    PR Ethics Lessons From ‘Roman Holiday’0

    The perils of overly cozy media relationships can be very real. Learn when to walk away from a story. September 1, 2020 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Among my favorite films is Roman Holiday, an enduring classic and spiritual forerunner to today’s rom-coms, released this month in 1953. In the

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  • The ethics of mapping location data: Where we are and where we should be | Data

    The ethics of mapping location data: Where we are and where we should be | Data0

    The government estimates that location data could add £11 billion to the UK’s digital economy each year, but the insights it provides can have alarming consequences. Ukrainians got a taste of this in 2014. Demonstrators against then-President Viktor Yanukovych claimed that the government had tracked location data in mobile phones to send an ominous message to people in the vicinity

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  • Remedial Ethics For Clinicians – The Hippocratic Post

    Remedial Ethics For Clinicians – The Hippocratic Post0

    Every year, thousands of clinicians and healthcare students undergo formal disciplinary hearings. Each case involves allegations of wrongdoing, from academic misconduct (e.g., cheating in exams or lying on an application form) to causing harm to patients. Many defendants are advised, usually by their lawyer, to complete some sort of ethics course to deepen their knowledge

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  • Microsoft denies Cali feds access to facial recognition kit in shocking show of ethics

    Microsoft denies Cali feds access to facial recognition kit in shocking show of ethics0

    Satya Nadella tests the latest facial recognition camera BASTION OF VIRTUE Microsoft has been revealed to have rejected a request to use its facial recognition technology on human rights grounds. Now you’ve finished spitting out your coffee in shock, we’ll explain. A report from Reuters suggests that a California Law Enforcement agency (CHiPs anyone?) had

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