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The Following Large Point: Coming To Be an Influencer in Your Method

Julie Talenfeld of BoardRoom PR. Let’s face it, most articles are filled with expert sources. Some of them even provide insight that you could have reported on yourself. Wondering why a big competitor is the go-to and not you? It is time to get your fair share of coverage. Become an influencer in the legal realm with an integrated marketing and public relations plan. Are you searchable? Google key words important to your practice. Does your firm come up? Key phrases such as “Florida personal injury lawyer,” […]

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Information Dive, Large Launches: Google, Sephora, PayPal

Share Tweet Share Share Share Print Email Mid-March is more famous for spectacular endings than big beginnings – likely because one of the more high-profile political assassinations (and BFF break-ups) in history is forever associated with the Ides of March. Which is perhaps a bit unfair, since spring’s official start is a few days away and spring is the season of renewal and regrowth. And it seems this week, some payments and commerce peeps have decided to get back to nature, and let their […]

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A Better Method to Separate Large Technology

The cloud-computing market may not seem like an obvious antitrust target. It is highly competitive, and years of price wars between the giants have driven the costs of these services down. Doesn’t giving young start-ups the ability to rent world-class infrastructure make it easier, not harder, for them to compete? Yes, it does. But the concentration of critical infrastructure among so few companies — each of which also operates enormous consumer-internet businesses of its own — gives those companies enormous power, and invites anti-competitive abuse. For example, […]

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Relying on Antitrust: Activities Versus Large Technology Are Currently Friend …

SAN FRANCISCO — A decade ago, when the greed and carelessness of the financial industry came close to destroying the American economy, the overwhelming response by politicians and the public was: Meh. Almost instantly, all was forgiven and forgotten. Now the tech industry — which, among other impressive innovations, provides the world’s knowledge on demand, lets people freely broadcast their diverse opinions and has made shopping as easy as pushing a button — has made some mistakes of its own. It has abused privacy, squeezed the competition […]

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Fruit Belt defend its name over worries large technology is erasi …

It seems a small thing, at first: a few words on a map. But Veronica Hemphill-Nichols still remembers the day in 2008 when she bought her first smartphone, opened Google Maps, and saw that her neighborhood, the Fruit Belt, was labeled “Medical Park” instead. First, Hemphill-Nichols convened a meeting with city planners, who said they hadn’t requested the change. Then she complained to Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus officials, who said they hadn’t done it either. In the 11 years since, Fruit Belt residents and activists have waged […]

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Facebook’s Anti-Vax Suppression Is a Huge Anti-Conspiracy Relocate

Photo: YURI DYACHYSHYN/AFP/Getty Images Facebook’s biggest move this week was the announcement that the platform will attempt to build back the sense of privacy that was eroded by the house policy to harvest as much data as possible. But its most impactful move could be Thursday’s decision to de-platform anti-vaccination pages on Facebook and Instagram, gutting the conspiracist content from the feeds of its 2.32 billion monthly active users. Content that suggests vaccination is harmful to children will no longer be promoted on ads, or on Instagram’s […]

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KaiOS is succeeding in India, however it’s drawing some large num …

kaiostech.com Update, March 3, 2019 (11:51PM): KaiOS representatives have clarified the technical underpinnings of the feature-phone platform. The company told us that it doesn’t have an Android base, but uses the Android kernel. KaiOS is derived from the FireFoxOS platform, the company (and Android Authority) previously noted. The Mozilla-owned platform was discontinued in 2015, after two years on the market. Original article, March 1, 2019 (12:01PM): Android and iOS might be duking it out in the mobile world, but a far less technologically advanced platform is quietly challenging Google […]

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