how can our university protect patentable reasearch data?
when a self-driving car collides, who will be liable?
to launch an online-community - what rules do we need?
ghost ads for rooms to rent are a problem in our city - how can the police act up?
the sales department uses Skype a lot, what is the risk for our company?
big data is trending - how can we collect, analyse and use them properly?
to use a smartphone, general terms have to be accepted - actually we don't want sensible data to be stored by Apple, Google, BlackBerry or Microsoft - can we change that?
a client isn't paying - we did communicate per email and skype - do we have legal hold?
the US claims jurisdiction over webdomains under the .com TLD, how is that for other TLDs?
chameleonitics in communications
Internet, mobile and wireless data-transmission are new technologies that became mainstream in less than 10 years. The possibilities and chances it's offering has put the problems and dangers in the backyard. Only recently innovative and manufacturing companies are starting to realise the negative impact of employees using gmail, dropbox, iPhone and whatsapp. Activists that have been relying on Twitter and Facebook to spread their message during the "Arab Spring" did experience the backlash very soon.
In Europe some CEO's and politicians are now overreacting and loudly calling to break-up Google Inc. In doing so they neglect their own responsibility. The very same people that now want their governements to hunt for Google Inc, did close deals and are using the services of this most innovative company daily.
In most cases there's no awareness of the chameleonic character of websites, online tools and the way "Silicon Valley" is promoting their companies, start-ups and brands. High-Tec Marketing techniques brought Europeans in an apostolistic mindset. Upstriving good earning young males did glue an Apple logo sticker on their car, intelligent journalists were copy'n pasting every sigh that came out of the Facebook marketing machine.
Some people and companies are landing back on their feet again. They are starting to ask questions. Answers are not easy to find, but with 10communications you can start to raise awareness, you can start to develop a digital strategy that will bring benefit to your company.