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DCA Report: Users Demand Some Accountability For Platforms

On December 31, 2016, in a post called The Morning After or Social Media is a Humbug, I wondered whether or not 2017 would be the year when users, advertisers, and even the major web platforms would begin to demand … Continue reading

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Is accountability losing value?

“I don’t know how that bong got in my sock drawer! And what’s a bong anyway?” When was the last time you used the I Didn’t Know defense; or if you’re a parent, when was the last time you were … Continue reading

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