Facebook employees stalk users: Moral hazard vs the ACCESS Act
Panic–so much panic that I almost did not even attempt the effort (and I was once a steely nerved military officer in charge of nuclear ICBM launch operations).
The panic started when I realized that I wanted to tell the tale of how a diverse, talented group of people with a common, meaningful vision produced a “World Class” innovation capability by being empowered to play to their strengths. The plot twist? They were in a government organization!
More specifically, in 2020 Fast Company ranked our Air Force organization (AFWERX) #16 in the world (out of 865 organizations evaluated) as a “Best Workplace for Innovators,” in front of notables such as Amazon and Intel. In less than three years, our amazing people and collaborating allies had transformed a Pentagon idea into a real organization with a world ranking. Taxpayer dollars were at work, and working well.
A prevailing assumption, among firms and regulators alike, is that misconduct problems can be discovered only after they occur: a ‘detect and corrected ’ mindset. But we’re beginning to see the emergence of a ‘predict and prevent’ approach to managing conduct risk in organizations.
China vows to hit back at US$750 million US arms sale to Taiwan South China Morning Post
How a fake network pushes pro-China propaganda – BBC “Sort of like Fox and MSNBC?”
Most Invasive Marine Species Swim Under the Radar Hakai Magazine
Typos, tricks and misprints Aeon. English spelling.
‘Widening fault lines’ unbalance global recoveryHellenic Shipping News
Who Will Pay To Protect Tech Giants From Rising Seas? NPR. Horrid “mobile-friendly” essay, but interesting