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What do you do when you have information that identifies a high-crime area, but to take action on that information may be viewed as racist? How can you use the information?  “Vegas Pits Data vs. Crime,” The Wall Street Journal, October 4, 2016 A3.

Better to state what your assumption were when answering questions from Congress, who may not understand the difference between operating profit and profit. Clarity of communications is key.  “Mylan Is Asked for More EpiPen Data,” The Wall Street Journal, October 4, 2016 B3.

Will blockchain provide information security?  Sort of like encryption.  Is this the next new information governance technology?  How will ediscovery work, where security is based on a long chain with a lot of math?  “J.P. Morgan’s Blockchain Project,” The Wall Street Journal, October 4, 2016 C1.

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