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CAF says charities should be 'ethical guardians' in AI development
CAF says charities should be 'ethical guardians' in AI development
In a submission to the Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence, the Charities Aid Foundation says the sector should have a central role in overseeing society's response to AI
 
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Planned changes to fundraising code would 'shift the goalposts', says IoF policy chief In a blog on the Institute of Fundraising website, Daniel Fluskey says proposed amendments to the Code of Fundraising Practice need a rethink Planned changes to fundraising code would 'shift the goalposts', says IoF policy chief
 
LinkedIn pushes out video for sponsored content The networking site recently announced it was introducing video content on its platform LinkedIn pushes out video for sponsored content
 
Charities exempt from ICO fees 'likely to remain so under GDPR' Paul Arnold, deputy chief executive of the Information Commissioner's Office, reveals this on the ICO website, but it has yet to be confirmed by ministers Charities exempt from ICO fees 'likely to remain so under GDPR'
 
Charities earned as little as 6p per name from selling data The practice, since outlawed in the Code of Fundraising Practice, was discussed in the Radio 4 documentary Selling Barbara today Charities earned as little as 6p per name from selling data
 
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Today: Join Mind and Third Sector for a Twitter Q&A on mental health Emma Mamo, Mind's head of workplace wellbeing, will be available to answer your questions on mental health in the charity sector between 2pm and 3pm Today: Join Mind and Third Sector for a Twitter Q&A on mental health
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Kirsty Marrins: How charities can tap in to user-generated content
Kirsty Marrins: How charities can tap in to user-generated content
A whole range of charities have embraced UGC - and to great effect, writes our columnist
 
Stephen Service: The lesson from Selling Barbara is review your old data now Last Friday's BBC Radio 4 documentary provides a reminder that charities should take the opportunity to reassess the data they hold, writes the Fundraising Regulator's policy manager Stephen Service: The lesson from Selling Barbara is review your old data now
 
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