Times of America – The New York Times has just published a fascinating article that looks at how video and image sharing, or “sharing media”, has been used for good, and how governments around the world have responded to the threat.
In this article, Times reporter Sarah McBride explores how the recent spate of protests around the globe has seen governments around a variety of continents enact policies designed to encourage the sharing of public space.
This is an exciting time in history for the world, says McBride, because it has the potential to lead to a new era of sharing that is based on the power of the sharing economy.
“The way we live now is not like in the ’50s or ’60s,” she says.
“It’s an entirely different era.
We’ve had people who work in retail and restaurants, and they’ve all been working very hard to get their share of the pie, and now it’s really about sharing our work and making it more available to everybody.
In this piece, McBride says that, although many governments around Europe have been working hard to make sure people can access the services that they need, some governments are not as focused on creating a more equitable social order.””
It’s a great opportunity to create a better social order, to create the kind of public good that can make a difference.”
In this piece, McBride says that, although many governments around Europe have been working hard to make sure people can access the services that they need, some governments are not as focused on creating a more equitable social order.
“There’s no doubt that we need to make our streets safer,” she writes.
McBride says many governments in the developed world are focused on trying to create better roads, and that has been a problem for many cities around Europe.””
This is not about creating a utopia; this is about creating an opportunity for everyone to get a piece of the action.”
McBride says many governments in the developed world are focused on trying to create better roads, and that has been a problem for many cities around Europe.
“We’ve seen a number of cities across Europe come up with very similar solutions to make their roads safer, but with the exception of some in the south, none of these solutions are really doing much to make the roads safer,” McBride writes.
The Times also examines how many people around the United States have had their social media use monitored.
“When we started writing this piece about video sharing, we were surprised to see that more than a quarter of people in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand had their internet usage monitored,” McQueen says.
“That means the monitoring of social media was really on the rise, even though there are more of us than there were before.”
She says the way that government has responded to this issue has been “very limited”.
“Some governments have been very restrictive, and others have been more relaxed.
But the government in the UK, for example, has taken a very different approach, by creating a video sharing site called ‘The UK’s Public Library of Knowledge’, which is basically a portal that provides access to hundreds of thousands of documents,” she explains.”
But even though it’s only accessible to those with a certain level of access to the internet, it’s also accessible to everyone.
And that’s the way we’ve been monitoring it.”
The Times’ article covers a wide range of topics, including: how to protect your privacy online; how to use the internet to promote good causes; how governments can work with their citizens to create more shared spaces; how sharing media can benefit society; and how to stop the spread of fake news.
You can read the entire article at the Times of the World.