Archive | April 2016

Justifying Unethical Behavior: A Revealing Global Survey – Forbes

The 2016 OECD Integrity Forum starts today in Paris, France. Next week, China holds its own B20 anti-corruption forum. But in a world in which there has recently been “an unprecedented level of cross-border cooperation in enforcement” to counter fraud and corruption, there is also stark evidence that pressure continues […]

Source: Justifying Unethical Behavior: A Revealing Global Survey

Survey: Netflix Displaces HBO for Best Original Programming – Variety

More American consumers picked Netflix as having the “best” original content than any other premium TV and Internet-video subscription service, well ahead of perennial leader HBO, according to a new survey by Morgan Stanley.

Source: Netflix Displaces HBO for Best Original Programming

Survey: Political banter erodes free trade support – CNBC

The CNBC All-America Economic Survey finds that just 27 percent of the public agree that free trade “has helped the U.S.”

Source: Political banter erodes free trade support: Survey

Survey: College students seek balance on free speech and hate speech – The Washington Post

Most college students embrace the ideal of an open learning environment on campus that exposes them to all types of speech and viewpoints, but a large majority also believes that schools should be allowed to restrict slurs and other intentionally offensive language, according to a new national survey.

The survey — released Monday and sponsored by the Knight Foundation and Newseum Institute in partnership with Gallup — sheds light on the complexities of student viewpoints on free speech and other First Amendment issues in a year of significant tumult on campuses nationwide.

Source: Survey: College students seek balance on free speech and hate speech – The Washington Post