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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.

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

Stuart Bruce

I will be talking about mobile, data and wearable technology as the drivers and ethics, real time and content as the issues. We’ll look at ethics and governance. Our notions of privacy and confidentiality will be challenged. The first and foremost for me is ethics and governance.

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As public trust ebbs, workers turn to employers for info and assurances

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Edelman SVP Jonathan Jordan taps polling data to explain how communicators can deliver reality to fact-starved internal and external audiences—and look toward the ‘next normal.’. COVID-19 Executive Communication Internal Communications Leadership Communications

Stuck in the middle

PRSay

Focusing on internal communications allows me to help my organization and clients build their brands. Our privileged status comes with tremendous responsibility to protect the company’s privacy and safeguard confidential information.

What’s Next in Public Relations? Let’s Ask My Students

PRSay

They’re not shying away from big topics: the rise of nationalism, trade wars, and online privacy. They’re taking a hard look at some of the gaps in our thinking, like the ethics of influencer marketing. Thought Leadership PR education PR students

PRSA 2017–2019 Strategic Plan: “Framework for the Future,”

PRSay

Big data offers insights that enable customization and pose new cyber security and privacy issues. Our Code of Ethics remains the standard for performance, and we have added a collegiate credential.

Apple’s Tim Cook slams lax U.S. data-protection laws

PR Daily

CEO Tim Cook was the messenger for Apple’s advocacy, which leant authenticity to the move, given his long history of supporting privacy. He issued his call for tighter security in a speech to the 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners.

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9 PR blunders of 2018

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International House of Pancakes) for announcing it was changing its name and expanding its burger offerings on the menu, flipping the P upside down to make it IHOb. Just this month Bloomberg reported that “Internal Facebook documents released by a U.K.