Unless you have been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of the Sony hacks and how tons of information and emails are being compromised and leaked to the public. Well, Technology Expert and author John C. Havens shares his thoughts on the situation and offers insight into how other companies can avoid the same mistakes.
“In terms of the Sony situation, I think beyond the actual hacking, what was most compelling to me was how it demonstrated people’s behavior when they thought their words or actions wouldn’t be seen by others. That’s a big-picture side of all this digital hacking — we need to consider how our world will look when all of our words, actions, and intentions will be visible to others. Literally. Augmented and virtual reality are examples of a new kind of lens through which we’ll see the world.”
“[In virtual reality] You put a pair of glasses over your eyes, and you can see when looking at someone, if they’ve mentioned you in an email and what they said. I believe this is actually an opportunity to move away from negative behavior like gossiping, etc., through something I call “Accountability Based Influence” (ABI) in my book, Hacking H(app)iness. While it’s going to be a huge cultural shift to deal with, it will also help us eradicate some of the negative tendencies our digital and social media lives have wrought.”
John C. Havens is a futurist, thought-provoking business speaker who explains the importance of utilizing technology to optimize your life in a positive way. He is a contributing writer for Mashable, author, and emerging/social media consultant. John focuses on leveraging the science of happiness with emerging technology to maximize value.
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