Explainer: Regulating Hate Speech and Extremism Online

Explainer: Regulating Hate Speech and Extremism Online

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There’s very little that can’t be blamed on the internet, in the grand tradition of new technologies. The same arguments which paint cyberspace as a corrupting, seductive force have long been laid at the feet of television, gaming, and practically any innovation. And yet it’s hard not to feel that there’s something palpable in those claims. […]

Explainer: Data Protection in the Age of Big Leaks

Explainer: Data Protection in the Age of Big Leaks

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Hacking is the news story which keeps on giving. Gone are the images of ostentatious cyberpunk  seeking to bring down the Man; in its place is a class of savvy, slick criminals, taking advantage of the negligence of corporations with access to massive amounts of our data. Whether through the installation of ransomware, spearfishing, or Trojan […]

Why the Rise of State Media Requires Savvy Reading

Why the Rise of State Media Requires Savvy Reading

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The Fourth Estate, in 1787, was an embodiment of the ‘speak truth to power’ mantra. “[Edmund] Burke said there were Three Estates in Parliament; but, in the Reporters’ Gallery yonder, there sat a Fourth Estate more important far than they all,” as Thomas Carlyle wrote. Burke, pictured above, would never have seen the radio, the […]

The rise of citizen journalist isn’t all bad news for mass media

The rise of citizen journalist isn’t all bad news for mass media

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I discussed Yochai Benkler’s The Wealth of Networks a few weeks back – a seminal text which predicts (amongst other things) the weakening of mass media in the face of a growing ‘prosumer’ movement. If some of Benkler’s other prophecies have not come true (most pointedly the death of intellectual property), the change of media […]

The Fightback Against Misinformation – and Why Propaganda is so Hard to Beat

The Fightback Against Misinformation – and Why Propaganda is so Hard to Beat

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The misinformation industry has had a bit of a boom over the past year or so. On the one end of the spectrum, there are the amateurs: such as right-wing activists like the Gateway Pundit, or InfoWars-style conspiracy theorists. Many of their attempts are sensationalist, relying on an audience already primed to believe fringe theories. Perhaps more worrying […]

Thought Leadership: Marketing Automation Is Your Secret Weapon

Thought Leadership: Marketing Automation Is Your Secret Weapon

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The phrase marketing automation has been gaining traction for quite a while now. That’s not much of a surprise. Marketing automation reduces time spent on repetitive marketing workflows. It gives great breadth of individualisation based on actionable insights. It ensures a personalised relationship with each customer at scale. It can increase revenue, it suits all […]

How to use the three R’s: Reduce, Reuse & Recycle to create effective content

How to use the three R’s: Reduce, Reuse & Recycle to create effective content

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In this article, we’ll show you how to create compelling and effective content using the three R methodology – Reduce, Reuse & Recycle. Reduce Creating valuable content isn’t all fun and games. Publishing top notch content and meeting deadlines can get a bit hectic at times. Don’t worry; you’re not alone. Even the best authors […]

The new rules for content on mobile

The new rules for content on mobile

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The current state of content consumption looks a little like this: Mobile devices are dominating. Attention spans are shorter (are you still reading?) Thumbs are in near-constant scrolling motion and smartphones are multi-tasking. 80% of internet users have a smartphone. According to data from just last year, 68% of all emails were opened on a […]

Get Better Insight from Collaboration with Cronycle

Get Better Insight from Collaboration with Cronycle

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The team here at Cronycle believe collaboration is not just chatting. Collaboration is when communication, content, and information become insight. We want to go beyond being an enterprise social network and give our users a better option to collaborate. Millions of organisations continue to look for ways to improve how they share information with their colleagues. By switching to […]

Become A Cronycle Blogger

Become A Cronycle Blogger

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Cronycle is looking for guest bloggers to contribute to our dedicated audience of marketers, researchers, and analysts. We love to collaborate and guest blogging is great a way to network and share your expertise with others. Together we can give readers fresh ideas, and perspectives.  What we stand for We are dedicated to taking the noise […]

Launching a successful product

Launching a successful product

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Lots of us can identify problems in their work and home life that they would like to solve, and sometimes, we get the eureka moment where we feel we have a solution to that problem. As part of London Tech Week, Cronycle paired up with Browser and Furthermore to deliver insight and advice to entrepreneurs […]

Add Files to Boards

Add Files to Boards

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Welcome to Cronycle – your collaborative research platform. With Cronycle you can create interest boards which you can share and collaborate on with colleagues and clients. You can clip articles, comment and add notes to Boards. You can also add images, videos, pdf’s, excel’s and documents. The following guide will teach you how you can […]

Engagement on Cronycle Boards

Engagement on Cronycle Boards

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At Cronycle we believe in signal over noise. With Boards, you can control what content you see. We are all about putting curation and relevancy back into your hands. The engagement features on Cronycle will give you greater freedom over what content you and your team choose and see. Create a board Choose a name for […]