One of the big buzzwords at Cannes this year was data and crowd sourced content. And a man much in demand there for obvious reasons was Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales.
Jimmy addressed festival delegates on how crowd sourcing can change advertising. But he also brought up the pitfalls of a crowd sourced model and the contentious issue of internet censorship and what is now being passed off as 'cyber scrutiny'.
From online vandalism to keeping Wikipedia ad free, Storyboard's Pavni Mittal discussed a range of issues with Jimmy Wales.
Updated Date: Dec 21, 2014 04:21:57 IST