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This week on Inside PR, MartinJoe, and Gini discuss how different organizations and people are approaching privacy on the internet.

0:21 Martin opens the show.

0:35 Joe mentions he’s heading to Stratford, Ontario for the University of Waterloo’s Canada 3.0 festival.

3:13 Martin brings up listener comments from last week’s show.

3:47 Al Croft commented on an article he wrote about a British agency that did away with billable hours all together and was still quite successful.

4:29 Daniel Davidson, asks whether there is a conflict in how the media might perceive a PR person pitching from two unrelated areas of public relations.

8:32 Joe introduces this week’s topic: how we’re approaching privacy on the internet.

18:45 Gini recommends that everyone Google themselves at least once a week to see what’s out there.

18:59 Joe kicks off the -30- segment.

23:40 Martin wraps up the show.

Our theme music was created by Damon de SzegheoRoger Dey is our announcer.

This week’s episode was produced by Yasmine Kashefi.


  1. Privacy on the Internet is always something to consider. The basic concept behind social networking is to “be social” and build relationships. To build strong, enduring relationships, you need to be willing to share openly and honestly.

    Social networking services such Facebook have the potential for over-sharing especially for uninformed users. Users should understand the risks involved with sharing information on the Internet, understand what should be shared and what should not be shared, and share information with the correct people.

    I agree with you folks that security settings, especially with Facebook, should be reviewed on a regular basis. By doing so, you become more familiar with the security setting and, at the same time, you bring safety and security to a more conscious level which will ultimately affect what information you decide to share.

    Enjoying the new show and the new format.


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