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The massive hack of Sony’s emails has presented publishers with a quandary: What should they publish of this ill-gotten trove, which includes content that runs the gamut from embarrassing personal conversations and movie star trash-talk to highly personal information like Social Security numbers? Predictably, there has also been a range of responses by media outlets.
… Content marketing is a big trend made out of many smaller trends—the Matryoshka Doll of media, if you will, with one exciting new technology stacking into the next. Predicting these trends has become the new national sport of the media industry, and at the TrackMaven Marketing Summit earlier this month, media leaders took out their crystal…
… can’t think of instance where we’ve done that. There’s no ‘right to be forgotten’ for flawed journalism.” GQ The site has never deleted a post and tries to make sure nothing is posted that demands “insta-regret,” editor-in-chief Jim Nelson said. “We used to publish a column called GQ Regrets, ‘a look at our occasional lapses in judgement,’ which had…