Lessons from new media?

An energy company learns an important lesson about managing its image, public perception of ethics, and new social media…


It took legal action trying to force twitter users to withdraw images related to a protest: From the Guardian –

The Scottish court order prohibits the environment group “disseminating, printing, uploading, sharing, copying or otherwise publishing any images, photographs, pictures or other material (or copies thereof) taken or recorded by Greenpeace activists present within 50 Lothian Road, Edinburgh on or around 18 July 2011.”

If you are familiar with social media – you can guess what happened next:

But hundreds of people have begun posting the pictures on their personal Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Where is this taking us in terms of protest, activism and free speech? Into, at the very least, interesting times…



EduLearn lessons..

Hi, just a short post..
I am at EduLearn11 researching more was for RPE to use technology in our teaching, learning, etc…

RPE has, as I have said on this blog before, a Facebook group- which is lively- and I think a success– but what next? The video feedback Will and I did for RPE110 is something we can expand, but what else?

I hope to do some virtual office hours next term; but what about Twitter? Will you/our students use it? More when I get back, and have stolen any good ideas I can…


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