ASIC slams banks and financial institutions for creating ‘trust deficit’

ASIC slams banks and financial institutions for creating ‘trust deficit’

Updated May 17, 2018 12:00:21 ASIC chairman James Shipton has slammed banks for creating “a trust deficit” after widespread unethical and unlawful conduct revealed at the financial services royal commission. In one of his first public speeches since being appointed, Mr Shipton said the royal commission highlighted the “totally unacceptable …

Time to reject fake news and rebuild old media trust, US media veteran Kay Koplovitz says

Time to reject fake news and rebuild old media trust, US media veteran Kay Koplovitz says

Posted April 10, 2018 18:03:28 US media veteran Kay Koplovitz says it is time to reject “fake news” and argues social media consumers will soon demand a return to verified, fact-based media they can trust. Ms Koplovitz said the Cambridge Analytica scandal involving the exploitation of Facebook user data was …

Bush block, private, 460 Gherang Rd, Gherang, Trust for Nature covenant allows for clearing, 3.5ha of native species, future house site, weekender

Bush block, private, 460 Gherang Rd, Gherang, Trust for Nature covenant allows for clearing, 3.5ha of native species, future house site, weekender

IF you’ve ever longed for a home among the gum trees, a new rare offering to hit the market Gherang could be the perfect spot. The 3.5ha bush block at 460 Gherang Rd provides an ideal, private haven and future house site for those with an affinity for nature. The …

Driverless cars and the 5 ethical questions on risk, safety and trust we still need to answer – Science News

Driverless cars and the 5 ethical questions on risk, safety and trust we still need to answer – Science News

The first death caused by a self-driving car highlights the many ethical challenges posed by autonomous vehicles. Elaine Herzberg, 49, was struck on Sunday by an Uber car while walking her bicycle on the road in Phoenix, Arizona. She later died from her injuries. Authorities have not yet announced whether …