CSR-and-Business-Ethics-Blog-Stephen-Holden-2023-Twitter-Bonfire-1Download the article in PDF format *** Following the takeover of social media company Twitter by billionaire Elon Musk, it would not be unfair to say the company has been thrown into disarray. The litany of questionable decisions made by Musk since acquiring a $44billion controlling stake in the company on 28th October is long … Continue reading The Bonfire of Safeguards and the Potential Whistleblower Fightback at Twitter
Category: Technology and Corporate Activities
Technology and Corporate Activities (e.g., adoption of new technologies and the predictability issue; automation and robotization; artificial intelligence; social media; cryogenics).
Josh Bornstein – Working for the Brand: How Corporations are Silencing Employees (video)
On the 23rd of November 2020, Josh Bornstein (Principal Lawyer at Maurice Blackburn Lawyers) gave his presentation during the seminar of the Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics Blog’s End-of-Year Seminar Series 2020 entitled “CSR, Whistleblowing and Human Rights” and organized by Dr. Costantino Grasso, Dr. Dawn Carpenter, and Dr. Luca d’Ambrosio. The series has been organised in … Continue reading Josh Bornstein – Working for the Brand: How Corporations are Silencing Employees (video)
Fighting fraud during the COVID-19 pandemic: A CSR-based approach
Download the article as a PDF Introduction In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, fraudsters and scammers have taken the maxim “never waste a good crisis” to heart. With anxiety and uncertainty rampant, consumers are highly vulnerable to fraud and deceptive economic practices. A report in the Wall Street Journal noted that the U.S. Federal … Continue reading Fighting fraud during the COVID-19 pandemic: A CSR-based approach
Death from the inside: An analysis of the murderous business strategy of Takata corporation
* The editorial board would like to give a special thank you to Takata's whistle-blower - Mark Lillie - for checking for inaccuracies in this post * Takata Kabushiki Gaisha (Takata Corp) was a company established in 1933 by the Takada family which manufactured automotive parts such as seatbelts, airbag systems, child restraint systems, and … Continue reading Death from the inside: An analysis of the murderous business strategy of Takata corporation
Is Artificial Intelligence the future of Anti-Financial Crime?
Introduction While several types of economic crimes exist, this article will focus only on money laundering, fraud, and corruption. The general framework of the study that has inspired this post was based on a comparison between the traditional methods of financial crime detection and the "new" ones that entail the use of artificial intelligence. Specifically, … Continue reading Is Artificial Intelligence the future of Anti-Financial Crime?
Artificial Intelligence, Gender Bias, and the Responsibility of Tech Companies
A renewed impetus in the gender debate – propelled by Fourth-Wave Feminism and most notably by the #metoo movement – is leading us to re-evaluate accepted practices of the past and rectify problematic practices that have spilled over into the present (see also the previous article on #metoo and Corporate Investment). But what about the … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence, Gender Bias, and the Responsibility of Tech Companies
The DNA trap: DNA testing companies and the potential misuse of sensitive personal data
The ability of any firm to demonstrate that there are robust ethical frameworks within it, intertwined with essential governance and corporate social responsibility is critical. Over the last decade and a half, a new form of firms known as DNA testing and genealogical companies has arrived on the radar of those who want to understand … Continue reading The DNA trap: DNA testing companies and the potential misuse of sensitive personal data
Challenges and advantages of robotic nursing care: a social and ethical analysis
Robotics is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering and science that includes, inter alia, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science. This emerging field of technological advancement deals with the connection of perception to action and where that connection is to be "intelligent," then artificial intelligence (AI) plays a fundamental role in robotics. Robotic technology has … Continue reading Challenges and advantages of robotic nursing care: a social and ethical analysis
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