New web privacy laws and the Crisis PR issues that can arise from them.

The Stalwart Blog

I also want to take this from a Crisis PR standpoint. Find somebody that you can trust to go over what your crisis communications response plan is and how it should integrate with your operations. The post New web privacy laws and the Crisis PR issues that can arise from them. Blog California Consumer Protection Act CCPA Crisis Management Crisis PR Crisis Public Relations Data Privacy GDPR Hackers IT Security Breach Public Relations Web Privacy

Facebook reveals plans to pivot to privacy-focused platforms

PR Daily

The watch word, says CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is privacy. In a blog post , he added that as he thought about the future of the internet, “I believe a privacy-focused communications platform will become even more important than today’s open platforms.”. RELATED: Learn how to prepare, defend and promote your organization during a crisis. ]. “Zuckerberg is a master of leveraging #privacy for anti-competitive advantage,” Soltani said on Twitter.

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Report: Consumers say tech companies can do better on privacy and more

PR Daily

A recent FleishmanHillard report about reputation management and technology highlights the struggle to maintain consumers’ trust amid data breaches, privacy concerns on social media platforms, and increased hate speech online. In March, Facebook founder and chief executive officer, Mark Zuckerberg, wrote in a blog post : … [T]here’s also an opportunity to build a simpler platform that’s focused on privacy first.

When A Privacy Breach Is A PR Crisis: How To Avoid It

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

For most of us, it would be awkward at the very least, but for a public figure or corporation, disclosure of private communications amounts to a full-blown public relations crisis. The unauthorized disclosure of private information is particularly tricky in crisis management terms. These types of crisis events are a bit easier to deal with than the second group because the organization isn’t seen as being responsible for the event.

Privacy, Security, Transparency, and Crisis Management

Zignal Labs

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Apple takes swipe at Google and others with privacy-themed billboard

PR Daily

Apple hopes that its strong stance on privacy can help preserve its brand reputation and strong customer bond. CNBC reported : The message, which takes up about 13 floors of building, says: “What happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone” with the URL to Apple’s privacy website. The sign sends viewers to a URL where Apple elaborates on its privacy bona fides. It writes: At Apple, we believe privacy is a fundamental human right. link] #ces #privacy #iot.

Viral snark over a Peloton ad, McDonald’s enters ‘chicken sandwich wars,’ and Twitter launches data-privacy hub

PR Daily

Twitter introduces data ‘Privacy Center’. It will house privacy and data-protection initiatives, announcements and products, along with security alerts. Today we are updating our Terms and Privacy Policy and launching the Twitter Privacy Center. These updates are backed by an evolving privacy and data protection program intended to keep us accountable and your data safe.

Facebook launches ‘Privacy Checkup,’ most agencies offer social media services, and Starbucks closes 2,000 stores in China

PR Daily

Here are today’s top stories: Facebook launches privacy tool. The social media platform is prompting almost 2 billion members worldwide to review their privacy and data-sharing settings in a feature called “ Privacy Checkup ” and its “ Off-Facebook Activity ” tool. Why it matters: Along with responding swiftly in the face of a crisis, make sure your messages focus on the people affected by both the crisis and your actions.

Instagram heads off privacy concerns, most employees report burnout, and Woodward’s book interview debacle

PR Daily

Here are today’s top stories: Instagram preempts privacy questions on new messaging feature. Industry insiders should pay attention to see just how much of their privacy consumers are willing to trade away. The post Instagram heads off privacy concerns, most employees report burnout, and Woodward’s book interview debacle appeared first on PR Daily.

Zoom criticized for privacy and data concerns, Airbnb apologizes and pledges $250M to hosts, and NPR skips April Fools’ Day

PR Daily

Here are today’s top stories: Zoom slammed for privacy concerns and data sharing. As the virtual conference platform’s membership and meeting numbers are sharply rising, so are privacy concerns. However, convenience doesn’t negate people’s right to privacy. Disclose how you’re using data and make sure you’re following privacy best practices before you’re forced to do so through regulations (some of you might already be, through Europe’s GDPR). CRISIS DAILY NEWSLETTER.

Twitter suspends Planters’ ‘Baby Nut’ accounts, top platforms tackle privacy and fake news concerns, and Hulu chief is out

PR Daily

Twitter scrambles to protect privacy, and YouTube cracks down on fake news. In a blog post, Twitter wrote : Protecting the privacy and safety of the people who use Twitter is our number one priority and we remain focused on stopping abuse of Twitter’s API as quickly as possible. The post Twitter suspends Planters’ ‘Baby Nut’ accounts, top platforms tackle privacy and fake news concerns, and Hulu chief is out appeared first on PR Daily.

Crisis Ready Q&A: Discussing The Core Essentials Of Crisis Management

Melissa Agnes

Each month I answer questions from real people doing real work in–or learning about–crisis readiness. This month’s question comes from Natalia who asked me some core questions that pertain to crisis management and crisis readiness, such as: “What is crisis management and what does it mean to be a crisis management professional?” Links to things discussed in this episode: The Crisis Ready Model.

Analyzing First Responders In Crisis PR

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

A crisis situation presents abundant challenges for public relations and business leaders, not the least of which are the critical first communications. Five crisis PR first responses. Facebook’s response to the recent data privacy controversy was immediate – so immediate that it happened the day before the scandal broke. Facebook’s first instinct was to claim it was a victim of Cambridge Analytica’s mistake and to deflect with a series of privacy policy changes.

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6 tips for crisis comms strategy in the post-election period

PR Daily

How can crisis communicators respond? Richard Levick , CEO of LEVICK, a global comms, PR and crisis firm, argues that understanding that fear and simply “being there” for audiences will be more important than ever. “We

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PR Lessons From The Bungled Equifax Crisis

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Public relations people like to talk about anticipating or “getting in front of” a crisis; in fact, for a taste of a real-life crisis simulation, check out this stress-inducing story by The New York Times ‘ Sapna Maheshwari. Sometimes it’s a struggle just to mitigate the damage in the days and weeks after a crisis blows up. And what can we learn from how Equifax handled the crisis? This is what top PR professionals and crisis experts are paid for.

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How CEOs Should Use Data In A PR Crisis

Onclusive

A crisis can be one of the most difficult situations in a CEO’s career. Crisis preparedness and internal education can aid you before a crisis hits, and having the right monitoring and measurement tools in place can provide you the insights you need throughout a crisis. However, with careful planning and structure, you can put together an effective crisis plan that allows you to move quickly and avoid some key pitfalls.

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Muddling through the COVID-19 crisis: celebrating human spirit and ingenuity

Stephen Waddington

I’m muddling through the COVID-19 crisis, just like you, but I am starting to think about what might come next. Is it possible to have a good crisis? Mental health and wellbeing The long term cost of the crisis will be measured not just in terms of our physical health and the capability of the healthcare system, but as importantly in terms of mental health. Privacy cedes to massive tech onboarding The last two weeks have seen a massive technology onboarding across society.

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What You Don’t Know About Malaysia Airlines and How They’ve Handled the Crisis of Flight MH370

Melissa Agnes

By Judith Delaney, Attorney and member of Agnes + Day’s Crisis Intelligence Team. As part of my contribution to the Agnes + Day team I have the opportunity to share with you developments around the world relating to protecting the privacy of all people when they either voluntarily or out of necessity, like purchasing an airline ticket, provide their personal and private information via digital platforms. Better understanding the crisis of flight MH370.

Google admits ‘error’ in failing to tell consumers about Nest microphone

PR Daily

RELATED: Learn how to prepare, defend and promote your organization during a crisis. ]. But it’s a privacy-conscious world now, where a company like Purism appeals to consumers by selling laptops and phones with hard kill switches for microphones and webcams. Engadget wrote : It’s the latest in a series of privacy-related blunders for the company. privacy / Google says Nest microphone was 'never supposed to be a secret' – Business Insider [link].

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Twitter, Photos and Your Crisis Communications

Melissa Agnes

But what does it mean for your crisis communications and overall risk? So, what does this mean for your organization in terms or risk and crisis communications opportunities? The fix: Monitor Twitter and set your privacy settings to best suit your organization. The crisis communications opportunity: This can be beneficial for your crisis communications if you’re collaborating with third parties. Crisis Preparedness

Crisis Ready Q&A: How Can You Merge Your Expertise Into A Career In Crisis Communication?

Melissa Agnes

I am interested in merging my skills in breaking news coverage into a career in crisis communications. I’d love to speak with you to hear your thoughts around how I can merge my journalism career into a future in crisis communication work.” Link to the video I mention in this podcast about the impact of shows like Scandal on the crisis management industry and profession. appeared first on Melissa Agnes - Crisis Management Keynote Speaker.

Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica Crisis Was Not Just Preventable—It Is A Giant Missed Opportunity

Melissa Agnes

Unfortunately for Facebook, the Cambridge Analytica crisis it is now managing is the direct result of an issue that went mismanaged for years. It’s easy to click “accept” without actually reading the lengthy privacy policies and terms of use that require our acceptance before joining these platforms, and it is even easier to not take notice of the changes made to these policies throughout the years. But the thing is, this crisis was predictable. This crisis was foreseeable.

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Webinar: Crisis Response Strategies for In-House Counsel

Melissa Agnes

From safeguarding your organization against false negative reviews and defamation, to staying current with online privacy issues and laws, to keeping up with the different platforms and the various legal tactics required to protect the brand against reputation attacks; it’s an overwhelming task and many in-house counsel, having a long list of other daily duties and responsibilities, just don’t know where to begin or how to plan and prepare for these 24/7 risks.

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Nintendo responds questionably in firing crisis

PR Daily

On its surface, this story exemplifies straightforward crisis management: Nintendo fires spokeswoman Alison Rapp because she reportedly had another job—moonlighting is against Nintendo’s corporate policy. RELATED: Keep your cool in a crisis with these 13 tips. In terms of crisis management, could Nintendo be at fault for not doing its due diligence in fully vetting a prospective hire’s social media history?

What to Do When Your Internal Communications Goes External

PRSay

Ken Scudder has provided media training, presentation training, crisis communications training and consulting, as well as writing and editing, to business leaders, celebrities and politicians for more than 20 years. Thought Leadership email privacy employee communications internal communication leadershipAnything written inside an organization should be treated as if it could quickly go public.

Brand managers gird for Calif. privacy act, Blizzard backtracks after criticism, and women-led organizations earn more

PR Daily

Good morning, PR pros: The California Consumer Privacy Act will take effect Jan. Communicators will have to become more savvy about data collection in light of privacy concerns and restrictions to provide consumers with valuable content and offerings. Why you should care: If your organization’s executives think it’s acceptable to make sexist, racist, homophobic or otherwise derogatory comments in any situation, have your crisis response prepared for a growing tide of backlash.

Crisis Ready Q&A: How Does Crisis Readiness Translate From Government To Big Business To Solopreneurs?

Melissa Agnes

Each month, I answer your crisis ready questions. Here’s a sampling of what these questions were: “Is crisis management different from industry to industry?” The power of banking goodwill and trust prior to experiencing an issue or crisis. Where the crisis management nuances lie and how to be prepared for all forms of incidents. A look at how to make your crisis management governance structure scalable across all forms of issues and crises.

Future of PR and social media for International Air Transport Association crisis communications conference

Stuart Bruce

Stuart Bruce speaking at the IATA Crisis Communications in the Social Media Age conference. (c) This morning I gave a keynote at the global ‘Crisis Communications in the Social Media Age’ conference in Istanbul. But why be afraid of big government when we freely provide our life story to social networks and give up our privacy to airlines in return for a bribe of a few more air miles. Our notions of privacy and confidentiality will be challenged.

The importance of civility for brand reputation in 2020

PR Daily

Gen Z tends to get most of their news and information from Facebook, despite privacy issues or other concerns about the platform, though Coville stresses that users are likely getting news from publishers on the platform, a John Oliver segment or CNBC clip that might have been uploaded.

Physician Internet Defamation: How Doctors Can Deal with False Reviews and Protect Their Reputation

Melissa Agnes

Gibson, i nternet defamation attorney at Vorys who works closely with Agnes + Day’s Crisis Intelligence Team. A note about HIPAA: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is essentially medical privacy legislation that, for purposes of this blog, prevents physicians from discussing patients and information about their health. Internet Defamation Online Privacy Laws and Regulations Online Reputation Management By Whitney C.

A Crisis Comms Family Affair – A Lesson in PR Emergency Preparedness

The Hoffman Agency

While they proved to know more about PR than we expected, we decided to give them an inside look at our world, by putting them through a crisis communications activity. Not a single guest had a background in communications, but they brought with them an ideal of how they want a company they know and trust to react if a crisis strikes. Some China-based companies don’t value privacy and security — we are focused on changing this stigma.

US Navy In Crisis PR Mode: A Textbook Example

The Stalwart Blog

Respect for Privacy. Forgive me if I boast about the US Navy Public Affairs community for a moment. I possess a bit of bias from my years in uniform. Nevertheless, the recent tragedies along the high seas show how exemplary these professionals handle the pressure of their duties. We saw this only two well recently when two costly, seemingly well-equipped combat vessels with a full crew compliment suffered catastrophic — and deadly — events.

New Fronts in Crisis Management

Flatiron Communications

There was a day not too long ago when a growing media storm served as the primary catalyst to spur a company’s crisis team into action. A string of bad stories in and of itself literally defined a crisis. Negative media coverage can still hurt a company, but the fragmentation, politicization and ephemeral nature of news have shifted the impetus for a crisis elsewhere – namely to regulators and attorneys general.

Stuck in the middle

PRSay

Our privileged status comes with tremendous responsibility to protect the company’s privacy and safeguard confidential information. An accredited public relations professional and educator, Nancy has more than 20 years of experience in media relations, government affairs, community outreach, employee communications, business to business marketing, crisis communications, public participation, and integrated marketing communications.

Twitter slapped with GDPR fine, Utah’s Dixie State University to change name, and Coca-Cola offers gifts via Twitter Santa

PR Daily

Here are today’s top stories: Twitter fined for breaching EU privacy law. The social media platform was slapped with a fine from European Union’s privacy law, GDPR—the first for a United States company in a “cross-border case” in the two and half years the law has been established.

7 Lessons Every Marketer Can Learn From The CrossFit Instagram Crisis

MaccaPR

and Pepsi’s “ Black Lives Matter’’ TV ad bungle with Kendall Jenner – it would be easy to miss one of the smaller yet most portentous PR crisis of this year: The CrossFit Gym Member-Shaming Instagram Fail. When the inevitable social media backlash erupted, the CrossFit gym owner compounded the crisis by posting a profanity-laden response that called criticism by outraged women “b t,” “delusional and ignorant” and “feeble minded garbage.” The first rule for any online crisis ?

PRoust Questionnaire: Sean Kelly

PR Conversations

I enjoy the adrenaline rush of crisis communications. a critical thinker– and a quick thinker (particularly during a crisis). At a time when transparency and accountability are high on everyone’s agenda, PR professionals are busy developing strategies for organizations to achieve objectives in these areas while protecting privacy.

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Learning From Past Crises to Navigate Post-COVID-19

Reputation Us

When it comes to navigating crisis, I have been in the eye of many storms. As the president of ReputationUs and with 28 years of experience behind me, I have been striving to refine the art of managing corporate reputations during a crisis into a well-honed specialty. But when it comes to crisis communications and reputation management, I believe they can learn plenty from previous crises to navigate us through this pandemic. Q: What should my crisis team be focusing on?

Why we should stop pretending virtual meetings are working—and how to fix them

PR Daily

If you must use a virtual background for privacy or branding, make sure your webcam and computer processor can handle it, or you might need a fabric green screen. COVID-19 Crisis Communications External Communications PR Industry Storytelling The Workplace Visual & Video Communications

GitHub apologizes for firing employee over ‘Nazi’ remark, hospitals and governments turn to influencers for COVID-19 campaigns, and the NRA declares bankruptcy

PR Daily

Search engine DuckDuckGo, which is focused on user privacy, increased its daily search numbers by 62% last year, and on Jan. CRISIS LEADERSHIP NETWORK. Looking for more insight on how to address the current global crisis and lead your organization into a strong recovery?