Category Archives: trust


Bring Your Own Devices

Should you be allowed to use your phone or your computer to do work? Should you be forced to just like this? Should you allow the corporation that employ you to delete information from your computer when it sees fit? … Continue reading

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Edelman, again

Another year, another Edelman trust barometer. In brief (for the UK): we trust government and media less than a year ago. We also trust energy companies less and other companies more. Were you able to predict this trend? I think … Continue reading

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There is no coincidence

There is no coincidence. Only the illusion of coincidence. That’s at least what V thought. In real life there is a space for coincidence. Some cases of coincidence turns out to be dangerous, so of them are more of the … Continue reading

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Vote, like

The season of silly decisions is again upon us. The government is trying to look busy and modern. As usual, it gets it wrong. This time they came up with the idea to use Facebook and other large social networks … Continue reading

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Discretion, trust and a Scottish lass

Here’s my guest entry in the “Trust Matters” blog, entitled “Discretion, trust and a Scottish lass”.

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