New tech makes it harder to trust what we read and hear, and methods that are supposed to increase trust are under fire too.
Risk managers should learn from mistakes. It is easier to learn from mistakes if we are allowed to laugh at them.
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Trusting the words you are reading means trusting the person behind them.
This statistic was repeated last week by the most widely-circulated newspaper in the USA, but it is flawed in many ways.
The 24/7 news cycle encourages politicians and regulators to adopt quick-fix solutions that generate favorable publicity, irrespective of whether they might work.
Stories about teenagers stealing Bitcoin are so common that CBC journalists let themselves be fooled by a bogus press release.
Streaming services manipulate content to suit their libraries, not your ears.
UK Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries laughed about Netflix’s ‘generosity’ as she spoke with a parliamentary committee.
The video streaming business is dramatically reversing course as its share price undergoes a sharp correction.