Thursday April 9, 2020

Editor’s Letter - Apathy: a tool for defence?

When the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke, the reaction at large was a bit of a throwback to slower news cycles

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
8th April, 2018

When the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke, the reaction at large was a bit of a throwback to slower news cycles. It was a big story from the get-go, but the wider public was willing to spend the time to take it all in.

This data privacy issue took a full day from hitting to really pick up the steam that would drive it through a week of dominating media coverage in every way. The story...

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