Truth in Digital

“Who will guard the guardians?” asked the Roman poet Juvenal. As we increasingly barter away information we wish to be private – health, income, politics, location, sexual identity, immigration status, even DNA – in exchange for the thrill and convenience of technology, what protections can we demand? And who will enforce them?

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Marty LaiksComment
The Cobbler's Children Face the Digital Age

More than ever, the medium is the message. In the Digital Age, we all have a voice. Resistance is futile, which is why WPP must seize the moment to change or risk being marginalized by stronger players – Google, Facebook, Publicis – that understand how influence is shaped, ideas shared in a time of disruptive communications.

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Truth, Triumph and Tragedy: WPP's Second Act

The swift and mysterious drop off the world stage has left the ad world drowning in love letters written with poison pens.  Not since Julius Caesar have so many Mad Men and Women come to bury, not praise.  More feared than loved, Sorrell wielded power in a way that would delight Machiavelli.

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