Berto Jongman: Connected Generation, Changing Norms, Big Banks, Privacy and Big Data

Corruption, Cultural Intelligence, Ethics, IO Impotency
Berto Jongman
Berto Jongman

The connected generation

‘Millennials’ are leveraging their tech savvy for social change and economic opportunity.

How social network policies are changing speech and privacy norms

Is the proprietary nature of online speech poised to change cultural norms?

Big Banks are Victims of Their Own Success

The biggest banks have done an excellent job of delaying and undermining the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul law and staving off criminal investigations into wrongdoing.

Privacy in the Age of Big Data

Social media, Web 2.0, the Internet of Things, mobile computing, and the expansion of sensors is allowing more information to be gathered than ever before which, coupled with Big Data analytics, offers unprecedented insight into the needs, patterns, and habits of users, citizens, and consumers.

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