Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

As the walls between our formal and social lives are eroded by technology and social habits, the questions of privacy, ownership and responsibility come to the fore. Who owns which space? What can you do or say in privacy and what right do you have to protect that space? For example, if you post photos on your private Facebook account of a party at the weekend, can your boss justifiably search for it, take a screenshot and confront you with it when they question your energy levels on Monday?

Social Media [Non] Policy

In the Social Age, the social contract between organisation and employee is up for grabs, not least because the very notion of ‘employee‘ is degraded. Very few careers are for life anymore and no employer, however ‘nice‘ and well meaning they are, can offer absolute security. The only thing that will be constant is the

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