Linked: Australian court rules media are liable for comments made on their Facebook pages
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Linked: Australian court rules media are liable for comments made on their Facebook pages

Well this is disturbing. If you run a Facebook page, are you responsible for the comments people post? Australia seems to think you are. ““A person who participates in and is instrumental in bringing about the publication of defamatory matter is potentially liable for having done so notwithstanding that others may have participated in that…

Why Section 230 Actually Matters For the Internet as we Know It
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Why Section 230 Actually Matters For the Internet as we Know It

I found this article from The Hill to be rather enlightening on the subject of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Because it shows that most of the critics of it, on both sides of the political spectrum, simply don’t understand what it is. Most of them seem to think it either: Frees big…

Linked: How Facebook and Twitter’s Content Moderation Could Open a Legal ‘Pandora’s Box’
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Linked: How Facebook and Twitter’s Content Moderation Could Open a Legal ‘Pandora’s Box’

I would tend to agree with this statement, because it all started with the algorithm, the point where all of these platforms took it upon themselves to decide what to show you. ““The more extensive you make the guidelines, the more selectively you enforce them, the more discretion you start to exercise over your platform,…

Linked: First American Financial Corp. Leaked Hundreds of Millions of Title Insurance Records
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Linked: First American Financial Corp. Leaked Hundreds of Millions of Title Insurance Records

I mean it’s one thing to get hacked, it’s quite another to simply leave all this information available on your own website. “The Web site for Fortune 500 real estate title insurance giant First American Financial Corp. [NYSE:FAF] leaked hundreds of millions of documents related to mortgage deals going back to 2003, until notified this…

Linked: How to better engage the remote worker? There are apps for that
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Linked: How to better engage the remote worker? There are apps for that

There’s a bunch of interesting stuff in the article about using apps and other tools to make sure you are communicating with remote workers. That is one of the biggest challenges when you are a remote worker, staying connected to what is going on around the company. Newsletters, conference calls, intranets, etc. can make a…

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

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