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ChatGPT doesn’t keep secrets–and many leaders say colleagues may have over-disclosed proprietary data to generative AI tools

Agility PR Solutions

While professionals at every level recognize the benefits of generative AI—citing employee productivity, higher-quality output and cost savings—they are also acknowledging the risks of using the tech in the enterprise, especially related to data privacy and the inability to ensure message consistency.

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

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

The best privacy crisis is the one that doesn’t happen, of course. This is a no-brainer, but it needs to be read and understood by every employee and vendor/partner of any organization that’s at risk — and that means everyone. Convey a “commonsense” digital communications policy to employees.

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This Week in PR Ethics (03/02/23): Do Businesses Really Care About Diversity? What Happens When Employers Monitor Your Brain?

Ethical Voices

From continued corporate failure when it comes to diversity, to further erosions of privacy, there are a number of deep and interesting ethics articles. The decline of privacy and ethics around big data are two topics I discuss regularly. Some weighty, fascinating, and depressing ethics stories this week. who are white.

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Trend: CEOs posting employee-only memos on personal LinkedIn profiles (and other social media sites)

Communications Conversations

It’s the notion of CEOs sharing employee-only messages with external audiences. It addressed what I’m sure was a fairly anxious Microsoft employee base and talked about the company’s mission and steps they were taking to assist in the virus efforts around the world. ” Same message. First, internally.

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Building a perfect pitch? The story is in the data


. “With Onclusive, we have been able to show progress in gaining share of voice relative to our competitors, identify new media outlets and reporters, and develop a better understanding of what works and what is less effective” ~G2 Crowd reviews, two time Onclusive Client, mid market Financial Services Company (51-1000 employees).

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Accidental data breaches are on the rise—is corporate email to blame?

Agility PR Solutions

As fears of compromised privacy and data breaches looms over Corporate America, new research from email security firm Egress reveals that nearly half (44 percent) of execs believe employees have erroneously exposed personally identifiable information (PII) or business-sensitive information using their company email account.

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Is Google Glass Just Another Nail in Privacy’s Coffin?

Melissa Agnes

A look at Google Glass’s privacy issues and terms of service by Judith Delaney, attorney. In other words the “let them eat cake” attitude by Google and some of its employees (you know – the Marie Antoinette attitude towards the French masses that eventually got her beheaded) have in truth displaced and disrupted lives.

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