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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Restoring trust in news Alessandra Galloni, global news editor, Reuters, gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Alessandra Galloni 07 Feb 2018
2 Creative Commons FMR 49 General - Refugee-state distrust on the Thai-Burma border Distrust between refugees and their state of origin must be given due consideration in institutional approaches to repatriation of refugees, on the Thai-Burma border and in other refugee contexts worldwide. Karen Hargrave 18 Jun 2015
3 Creative Commons Experiments in public confidence and police legitimacy: Promise, potential and pitfalls Dr Ben Bradford, Centre for Criminology - 30 October 2014 Ben Bradford 16 Dec 2014
4 The Social Economy: Unleashing Value and Productivity through Social Technologies Over 70 percent of companies are using social technologies in some way, however very few come anywhere close to achieving the full potential benefit. Drummond Bone, Michael Chui, James Manyika, Marc Ventresca 02 Jan 2013
5 Creative Commons Trust Radically new techniques are opening up exciting possibilities for those working in health care - for psychiatrists, doctors, surgeons; the option to clone human beings, to give just one example. Onora O'Neill 01 Sep 2011
6 Trusting the News This lecture series seeks to explore and explain the sources and forms of uncertainty in key aspects of contemporary life. Stephen Coleman 24 Mar 2010
7 Relationships and the Internet This forum looks at the state of the art of academic research on relationships and the Internet and how this research informs research on the social aspects of the Internet in general, such as issues of trust and identity. William Dutton, Nicole Ellison, Bernie Hogan, Joseph B. Walther 08 Mar 2010
8 Trusted Computing Rants, Regrets and Research How do we build trustworthy hardware, and how can we use that to increase the trustworthiness of broader distributed computation? Sean presents some things he's learned, some things he wishes he had done differently, and some things he'd still like to do. Sean Smith 08 May 2009
9 Trusted Computing: Questioning What You Think You Know Eugene provokes us to question some assumptions related to computer architecture, the definitions of security, and how best to build trusted systems. Are current methods of defining security appropriate? How might we better design a system to be secured? Eugene H. Spafford 08 May 2009