Monthly Archives: November 2018

Why cultural exhibition can and should abolish social norms | Opinion

In the fall of my freshman year at Western, I was standing in line at the Saugeen-Maitland Hall cafeteria, waiting to pay for an overloaded tray of food. The student in front of me picked up his student ID to give to the cafeteria clerk before realizing he didn’t have …

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“Technology crashes against social norms”

Irish Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon has a long-term vision of how best to navigate and protect privacy in an increasingly post-truth world. She talks to John Kennedy. While we are on the subject of data privacy, Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) Helen Dixon is a well-researched and heavily annotated …

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