The MacJury marches into dangerous territory by taking on the topic of technology and the United States Presidential election. While trying (and failing) to be objective, the panel discusses:
• The existence of a tech constituency
• The importance of tech savvy in a chief executive
• Both campaigns use of social networks
MacJury asks, “Are political campaigns held to different standards of privacy and perception than corporate marketing efforts? Are there dangers in being a vocal participant in the election debates? Why can’t you donate to either campaign with PayPay?”
All these and many more election tech topics are debated (MP3 audio, 57:33) by the panel (Joe Kissell, Tom Negrino, Dori Smith, Chuck Joiner) here.