Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Tomorrow evening:
For his residency at the White Building, James Bridle will be investigating the relationships between the public understanding of technology and networks, and the classification  of people and things performed by technologies. He will explore the embedded politics, from the technological gaze to data shadows, immigration, deportation, and rendition. James' lecture will illustrate and discuss the issues which underlie this work, together with new works undertaken as part of the residency.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

There are many reasons that companies record calls. For some, it’s not a matter of choice — regulatory requirements mandate that they record some or all of their customer transactions. For others, call recording is a vital part of coaching and training programs. Properly utilizing recordings can yield tremendous returns; however, there are some legal issues to consider before implementing a recording program.
This white paper addresses topics such as:
  • State recording laws (one-party vs. two-party states)
  • Obtaining consent to record
  • Caller notification
  • Compliance recording (PCI, TSR, TCPA, MIPPA, and more)
More on this here 

And here