As more of our lives are lived online, things that could never be
quantified before are now measurable. From shopping to dating, metrics
have become more precise and pervasive. But how much measurement is too
much? What are the moral rules and the practical dangers? Jesse Brown
explains how businesses and institutions can strike the right balance
between ethics and effectiveness.
Speaking at Internet Day will be Jesse Brown, an award-winning journalist, broadcaster and humorist specializing in Social Media and Digital Rights issues. As a regular contributor to CBC radio and television and as the host of
TVO’s internet affairs program Search Engine, he has become an
influential observer and critic of online culture.
Sheraton Centre Toronto (123 Queen St. W, Toronto, ON M5J 2M9)
September 3, 2009
$95 per ticket or $900 for a table of 10