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Tag Archives: BBC
Is privacy the myth that encourages us to be the state’s standing digital reserve?
A recent story on the BBC highlighted the number of data breaches reported by Welsh local government councils. Aside from the questions about the breaches, how they can be prevented, and whether the reporting mechanism encourages or discourages organisations from … Continue reading
Posted in data protection act, information management, local government Tagged BBC, Business, Data breach, ICO, Information Commissioner Office, information management, personal data, Personally identifiable information, Privacy, Security Comments Off on Is privacy the myth that encourages us to be the state’s standing digital reserve?
Four questions for George Entwistle at parliament on 23 October 2012
When George Entwistle answers questions before the Culture, Media, and Sport Committee on Tuesday 23 October 2012, the committee will face several challenges. First, the committee will show the public’s interest about the withdrawal of the Newsnight programme. On the … Continue reading
Posted in culture, leadership, learning organisation, path dependency, renewal Tagged Allegation, BBC, Entwistle, George Entwistle, Harassment, harassment issues, Jimmy Savile, Newsnight, politics, Savile, sexual harassment policy Comments Off on Four questions for George Entwistle at parliament on 23 October 2012