Helen Clarke’s News and Views for this week…
Hello! Welcome to this weeks News and Views…
World politics are turning to Social Media to win votes and run campaigns. For the first time, the public will have a full insight into the day to day activities via Tweets, Facebook and Youtube broadcasts. However, will the digital following be a fair representation of the real world?
Personal gets personal! The new data storing program has launched, which stores the user’s personal details so that the repetitive task of filling out a form is replaced by scoring ‘gems’ pocketing data. A great concept, but how secure is the protection of your data?
The Arts Council has collaborated with the BBC to launch an online arts channel to bring the arts community together digitally. The channel, called The Spcae, will be available across platforms and is due to launch between May – October 2012.
Does Social Media encourage breaches of copyright?? It has been reported that more than half of Britons could be breaking the law with their Tweets, Facebook posts and YouTube broadcasts.
For the gamers – find out the top ten iPhone action games!
The Window 7 smartphone seems to be going unnoticed in the competitive market of Mobile Platforms, however there is evidence to suggest that it should be ahead of the rest…
Get your tickets early for The Financial Times Digital Media Conference 2012!! The conference brings together the crème de la crème of the Digital industry to share forward thinking knowledge on how to develop and enhance success in the Media Industry using Digital. The event will be held at the Grange St Pauls Hotel in London 7 – 8 March 2012 and will be sure to be a sell out.
- Excited to hear @mixcloud talk about brands and music #DS13
4:18, 22 May
- How do we tackle the issue of big data and privacy, do the big corporates need to pave the way? #ds13
3:29, 22 May
- An increase of personal devices is fuelling the explosion of Big Data #DS13
3:08, 22 May
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