Inside PR is a weekly look at Public Relations and where it intersects with business and technology with co-hosts Gini Dietrich, Joseph Thornley and Martin Waxman
Autumn Intent IPR 545
It's been a long time coming, a long time behind episodes. But we're back with Inside PR for another year. And we're getting back into the groove by discussing the things that we are looking at in the waning months of 2019.
Mr Zuckerberg was otherwise engaged – Inside PR 544
Practical advice for PR practitioners about incorporating SEO in their earned media programs. The Open Government Partnership and the Grand Committee converged on Ottawa to discuss open engagement, privacy, responsibility. Mark Zuckerberg took a pass.
Algorithmic Accountability and Privacy – Inside PR 543
we consider the implications of an Algorithmic Accountability Act, rebalancing the freedom of companies to capture and use our data with our right to informed consent. Plus: Protect your privacy against hidden cameras during your next business trip.
Welcome Dan York – Inside PR 542
Canada announces a Digital Charter. Our relationship with Google. And Dan York joins the Inside PR team.
Gain a point. Lose a point. – Inside PR 541
FIR changes its pace. GarageBand turns 15. Elections outside the US can be messed with too. Facebook's local news deserts.
When “Private” doesn’t yield “Privacy” – Inside PR 540
Is Mark Zuckerberg's concept of privacy your concept of privacy? Probably not. And this week we discuss Zuckerberg's ongoing repositioning of Facebook as "private."