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Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals that the only thing constant in our digital future is the analog humans who will struggle with getting our ethics to move at the speed of light.
Emilio Iodice
Emilio Iodice joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to look at challenges to your courage by asking what President Lincoln would do.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame uses the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica controversy to reveal who’s really at fault – you might be surprised – and to explain the difference between analog ethics and digital ethics.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals that the initial blame for 50 million Facebook accounts being lost is due to the behavior of those same users, when they didn’t practice digital ethical behavior.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals that the real problem with how Facebook allowed 50 million of its users’ accounts to be released wasn’t contractual, but was a complete lack of ethical bearing and behavior.
Scott Aurnou
Scott Aurnou joins Jim Blasingame to explain how 50 million Facebook users’ information was exposed to cyber-bad guys because the company had no ethical parameters in place.
Judith Glaser
Judith Glaser joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the speed of digital leverage and how we reconcile that power with Conversational Intelligence and our ethical imperatives.
Judith Glaser
Judith Glaser joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what Conversational Intelligence is, how it has progressed, whether it’s regressing, and its association with our ethical catalog.
Steve DelBianco
Steve DelBianco joins Jim Blasingame to debate with Jim about the relative effectiveness of government regulations to address a digital breach after the damage was done.
Steve DelBianco
Steve DelBianco joins Jim Blasingame to report on the lack of control and contract breaches that led to Facebook allowing millions of their users’ information being compromised and distributed without their permission.

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