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Daily Digest

Reading Time: 2 minutesFeature update including a new feature – Emails from Cronycle. From our Daily Digest to Sunday Best; here’s what happening with your inbox and how to manage those settings.

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Are you an influencer?

Reading Time: 2 minutesThis week we rolled out a new feature update which allows you to identify who is an influencer. The ultimate question I’m sure you are wanting to know the answer to … How is the influencer score worked out? There’s is a complex algorithm …

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Slack-GDPR

Reading Time: 1 minuteWith the GDPR deadline looming (25th may 2018), Cronycle has launched the first-ever GDPR slack community which is aimed at building a community to foster the conversation about the General Data Protection Regulation.

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What’s your topic?

Reading Time: 2 minutesNEW Feature update from us, Cronycle. We’ve rolled out an enhanced curation experience with the integration of Right Relevance AI. The new update is in the discovery section with topics; both personalized and trending […]

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2017 Insights Analysis – GDPR

Reading Time: 3 minutesOur overall findings are that the discussion about GDPR is driven by fear of failing to become compliant, across all kinds of users. Just a glance at our groupings of top trending terms can give a flavour of keywords, which focus on guides and webinars which provide clear guidance on compliance. Discussions about more the more positive side of GDPR […]

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Not another collaboration.

Reading Time: 2 minutesDefining collaboration in today’s world. Feature update from Cronycle about how the product is adapting to these changes. “We all have the same amount of time in a day, and there is no way to get more of it. It doesn’t matter how successful or wealthy one is – we are all capped at 24 hours per day.” [..]

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BailBloc: A Lesson in Cryptocurrencies’ Constraints?

Reading Time: 2 minutesCharity is not the most obvious use of cryptocurrencies. In fact, it might be fair to say that most anecdotes involving blockchain-derived monetary systems are about conmen and almost criminally gullible suckers. Between ridiculous Initial Coin Offerings, with proposals as wild as reshaping the dental sector, the association with petty criminals and the far-right, and […]

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Is the Indo-Pacific Here to Stay?

Reading Time: 3 minutesCoverage of Trump’s recent tour of Asia has tended to focus on a few areas. There were his readiness to speak kindly of China, in spite of earlier campaign promises. Then there was the continuing war of words with North Korea, which has reached farcical levels. And finally, the obligatory snaps of Putin and Trump […]

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The (In)justice of Algorithms

Reading Time: 3 minutesIn 1956, when Philip K. Dick wrote The Minority Report, the internet wasn’t around. In fact, the internet’s forbears wouldn’t appear until the next decade. But whilst the detection of ‘precrime’ in Dick’s short story was through the power of unfortunate mutants, we are rapidly moving into a present where the power of big data and […]

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Alt-Left vs. Alt-Right

Reading Time: 8 minutes[Note: In this essay, I only discuss the cultural aspects of the left-right divide, and leave the economic aspects to others who have a far better grasp of these. Of course, culture and economics are not entirely separable, and I regret any blind spots that may result from this.] What has been called the “alt-right” is only the mirror […]

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What does Siloed Social Media mean for Politics?

Reading Time: 3 minutesThe old adage for dealing with dealing with online abuse was ‘Don’t feed the trolls’ – a statement based on the premise that they could fundamentally dealt with like offline bullies. By refusing to give them the emotional response and the attention which they crave, the argument went, they would get bored and move off […]

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