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Germany needs a quarter of a million migrant workers a year - EURACTIV

Germany needs a quarter of a million migrant workers a year   EURACTIV Germany is dependent on migrant workers but a decreasing number of them will be EU citizens in the future. In the long term, about 146000 immigrants from ...
Tags: Germany, Seo, Eu, EurActiv Germany


Twitter Is Extending Its Political Ads Policy and Ads Transparency Center to the EU

Twitter is expanding the political campaigning policy and Ads Transparency Center it unveiled in the U.S. last August and last June, respectively, to European Union member states, India and Australia, mindful of key elections that are set for later this year. Fellow social network Facebook has taken similar steps, revealing last month that the political...
Tags: Facebook, Australia, India, Advertising, Eu, European Union, Social Pro Daily


Twitter names first international markets to get checks on political advertisers

Twitter has announced it’s expanding checks on political advertisers outside the U.S. to also cover Australia, India and all the member states of the European Union. This means anyone wanting to run political ads on its platform in those regions will first need to go through its certification process to prove their identity and certify a local location via a verification letter process. Enforcement of the policies will kick in in the three regions on March 11, Twitter said today in a . “Poli...
Tags: Social, Asia, Twitter, Europe, Advertising Tech, Indonesia, Australia, India, US, Social Media, Tech, Eu, European Union, Thailand, Philippines, General Election


Is Google Ads Customer Match Feature Basically Dead?

Google launched its Customer March feature back in 2015. If you need a refresher on what it is, you can read . In short, the feature allowed advertisers to upload a list of email addresses and have them matched with existing Google accounts. This could then be used as an audience for RLSA efforts, remarketing, etc. It was also particularly helpful to exclude certain people from seeing your ads. Many advertisers want to focus certain campaigns and efforts on net new customers so they would use...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Eu, Sem, Customer Match


SearchCap: EU link tax, Google service area businesses & match types

Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Google, Seo, Eu, Barry Schwartz


EU copyright directive poised to become law, includes licensing fees for search engines

Controversial ‘link tax’ and content filtering provisions part of the final language of the Directive. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Greg Sterling]
Tags: Seo, Eu, Greg Sterling


Are you a developer with an eye for design? We’re hiring!

We're looking for an awesome website developer with an eye for design, to join our fast-growing marketing agency working on a full-time, remote-working basis. We offer challenging work for real clients, intensive training and mentoring and a starting salary of £21,216 a year (plus benefits). You must be UK or EU-based to apply. [Author: [email protected] (Maddy Leslie)]
Tags: Career, UK, Marketing, Company Culture, Eu, Remote, Maddy Leslie


Democracy splutters—good governance under pressure • Social Europe - Social Europe Journal

Democracy splutters—good governance under pressure • Social Europe   Social Europe Journal Amid political polarisation and declining democratic standards, can OECD and EU countries sustain the good governance challenges such as globalisation, ...
Tags: Seo, Eu, OECD, Social Europe Social Europe Journal, Social Europe Social Europe Journal Amid


After Two Years of EU Deliberations, Article 13 Text Is Finalized — And Headed for a Vote - Digital Music News

After Two Years of EU Deliberations, Article 13 Text Is Finalized — And Headed for a Vote   Digital Music News The finalized Article 13 text is either a breakthrough, a disaster, or something in-between — depending on the organization you talk to.
Tags: Seo, Eu


Germany needs 260,000 migrants a year - European Interest

Germany needs 260,000 migrants a year   European Interest Germany will need 146,000 workers per year from non-EU countries in order to fill labour shortages caused by demographic decline, according to the findings of ...
Tags: Germany, Seo, Eu, European Interest


Germany needs 260,000 immigrants a year to compensate for its ageing workforce - Yahoo Sports

Germany needs 260,000 immigrants a year to compensate for its ageing workforce   Yahoo Sports The country must look outside the EU to attract skilled professionals, a Bertelsmann study says.
Tags: Germany, Seo, Eu, Bertelsmann, Yahoo Sports


Germany needs 260,000 immigrants a year to compensate for its ageing workforce - Yahoo Entertainment

Germany needs 260,000 immigrants a year to compensate for its ageing workforce   Yahoo Entertainment The country must look outside the EU to attract skilled professionals, a Bertelsmann study says.
Tags: Germany, Seo, Eu, Bertelsmann, Yahoo Entertainment


A Mozilla-Led Coalition Is Pushing Facebook for Greater Political Ads Transparency in the EU

A Mozilla-led coalition of groups in Europe in fields including technology, human rights, academics and journalism sent a letter to Facebook urging the social network to release an application-programming interface that would allow for the study and analysis of political ads served by Facebook to people in the European Union. Facebook had not yet responded...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Advertising, Eu, Mozilla, European Union Facebook, Social Pro Daily


Facebook urged to offer an API for political ad transparency research

Facebook has been called upon to provide good faith researchers with an API to enable them to study how political ads are spreading and being amplified on its platform. A coalition of European academics, technologists and human and digital rights groups, led by Mozilla, has signed an open letter to the company demanding far greater transparency about how Facebook’s platform distributes and amplifies political ads ahead of elections to the European parliament which will take place in May. W...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Europe, Transparency, UK, Advertising Tech, Social Media, Tech, Eu, European Union, Ireland, Nick Clegg, United Kingdom, Mozilla, Commission, European Commission


Political Advertising Guidelines for PPC Platforms

Ad platforms have been thrown into the forefront of scrutiny in recent years, resulting in stricter policies regarding political advertising. If you’re managing a political PPC campaign, whether promoting a candidate or an advocacy group, you should be aware of how each of the major platforms handles political ads. You’ll likely run into much greater limitations than the average campaign you manage, and should know up front what extra approval processes you’ll need to go through and where you c...
Tags: Google, Facebook, India, US, Linkedin, Eu, Sem, Ppc, Bing, Federal Election Commission, Google Ads Google, Facebook Ads Facebook, PPC Platforms


The State Of Internet Privacy In 2019

Internet privacy is something that more and more people are becoming concerned with, and for good reason. While our use of websites and apps skyrockets, so does the chance of someone violating your privacy. This is because the incentives are all messed up. It’s common practice for businesses to try and acquire as much personal information about you as possible. That’s because this data is more powerful than ever. When a business has a ton of data about you they can be more effective with their m...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Privacy, Eu, Netflix, Comcast, Vpn, Branding, Napster, FastPeopleSearch, Comcast Xfinity AT T Verizon Fios


Weekend reading: We might have bigger problems than a bad Brexit

Trigger warning: Thoughts on Brexit and politics more widely, followed by the week’s good reads. T he few innocents who still believed Jeremy Corbyn could be a Bobby Ewing character to wake the country from its bad Brexit dream have had a nightmare week. The Euro-sceptic Labour leader wrote to PM Theresa May setting out a Brexit compromise, and as the FT [search result] puts it: The letter not only shows how the Labour leader is trying to wriggle away from a second referendum, to the frustrati...
Tags: Google, UK, Germany, Marketing, US, Eu, Bbc, Britain, Theresa May, Labour, Nigel Farage, Parliament, Lloyds, Keir Starmer, Halifax, Brexit


That German-French Deal to "Rescue" the EU Copyright Directive? Everyone Hates It. EVERYONE. - EFF

That German-French Deal to "Rescue" the EU Copyright Directive? Everyone Hates It. EVERYONE.   EFF This week started with a terrifying bang, when German and French negotiators announced a deal to revive the worst parts of the new EU Copyright Directive ...
Tags: Seo, Eu


Copyright Holders Still Don't Support EU's Already Awful Upload Filter Proposal; Demand It Be Made Worse - Techdirt

Copyright Holders Still Don't Support EU's Already Awful Upload Filter Proposal; Demand It Be Made Worse   Techdirt As we discussed, over the weekend, France and Germany agreed to a deal to get the EU Copyright Directive moving forward again, specifically around Article ...
Tags: France, Germany, Seo, Eu


German antitrust office limits Facebook’s data-gathering

A lengthy antitrust probe into how Facebook gathers data on users has resulted in Germany’s competition watchdog banning the social network giant from combining data on users across its own suite of social platforms without their consent. The investigation of Facebook data-gathering practices began in March 2016. The decision by Germany’s Federal Cartel Office, , also prohibits Facebook from gathering data on users from third party websites — such as via tracking pixels and social plug-ins —...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, UK, Instagram, Privacy, Germany, US, Social Media, Linkedin, Tech, Eu, European Union, Bbc, Snapchat


That German-French Deal to "Rescue" the EU Copyright Directive? Everyone Hates It. EVERYONE. - Boing Boing

That German-French Deal to "Rescue" the EU Copyright Directive? Everyone Hates It. EVERYONE.   Boing Boing This week started with a terrifying bang, when German and French negotiators announced a deal to revive the worst parts of the new EU Copyright Directive ...
Tags: Seo, Eu


Online platforms still not clear enough about hate speech takedowns: EC

In its latest monitoring report of a voluntary Code of Conduct on illegal hate speech, which platforms including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube signed up to in Europe back in 2016, the European Commission has said progress is being made on speeding up takedowns but tech firms are still lagging when it comes to providing feedback and transparency around their decisions. Tech companies are now assessing 89% of flagged content within 24 hours, with 72% of content deemed to be illegal hate speech bei...
Tags: Google, Social, Facebook, Twitter, Europe, UK, Instagram, Youtube, Germany, Censorship, Social Media, Tech, Eu, European Union, Snapchat, Artificial Intelligence


Weekend reading: Will ethical robo-investing undo the rise of index funds?

What caught my eye this week. F ancying that you’re living at the end of progress is a recurring human failing. Think of the Roman cartographers who didn’t put anything on their maps west of Britannia, the IBM president who in the 1940s thought the world would need five computers, or the bonce who wrote The End of History. Investors are no different. How many of us believe we’re marching ever upwards to a future inevitably dominated by index funds? The secret is out, and money is flowing out o...
Tags: Google, UK, London, Marketing, US, Eu, Turkey, Bbc, Britain, Italy, Ibm, Lloyds, Brexit, Britannia, Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Reuters


Brexit backer’s insurance firm and leave campaign fined £120k by data watchdog

The UK’s data protection watchdog has issued fines against a pro-Brexit campaign, Leave.EU, and an insurance company owned by the largest individual donor to the leave cause, Arron Banks’ Eldon Insurance. The penalties have been handed down for what the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) dubs “ serious breaches of electronic marketing laws”.  The fines — served under the UK’s Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003, which governs electronic marketing — total £120,000 (~$157k...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, UK, Privacy, Advertising Tech, US, Social Media, Insurance, Tech, Eu, European Union, Ireland, United Kingdom, Kremlin, NCA, Brexit


Burger King Trolls McDonald’s Yet Again With an Entire Menu Mocking the Big Mac

Insult, meet injury, as McDonald's recent loss of the "Big Mac" trademark in the EU was quickly followed up by a Burger King stunt mocking its rival's iconic menu item. Stockholm-based agency Ingo created a menu of "The Not Big Macs" at local BK locations just to troll McDonald's for its legal defeat earlier this...
Tags: Advertising, Eu, Big Mac, Stockholm, McDonald, AdFreak, Ingo, Burger King Trolls McDonald


Facebook, Google and Twitter told to do more to fight fake news ahead of European elections

A first batch of monthly progress reports from tech giants and advertising companies on what they’re doing to help fight online disinformation have been published by the European Commission. Platforms including Facebook, Google and Twitter signed up to a voluntary EU code of practice on the issue last year. The first reports cover measures taken by platforms up to December 31, 2018. The implementation reports are intended to detail progress towards the goal of putting the squeeze on disinform...
Tags: Google, Social, Facebook, Twitter, Europe, Advertising Tech, Singapore, Social Media, Tech, Spokesperson, Eu, European Union, Law Enforcement, Artificial Intelligence, Policy, Software


EU data watchdog raises concerns over Facebook integration

Irish commission that regulates site requests urgent briefing on platforms mergerFacebook’s plan to merge WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger could raise significant data protection concerns, according to the Irish commission that regulates the social network in the EU.The Data Protection Commission has asked for an urgent briefing with Facebook Ireland so it can assess the proposals, it said in a statement. “The Irish DPC will be very closely scrutinising Facebook’s plans as they develop...
Tags: Facebook, Apps, Europe, Technology, Media, Instagram, Privacy, Social Networking, Social Media, Eu, World news, Whatsapp, Encryption, Ireland, Digital Media, Facebook Messenger


Google and IAB ad category lists show “massive leakage of highly intimate data”, GDPR complaint claims

Male impotence, substance abuse, right-wing politics, left-wing politics, sexually transmitted diseases, cancer, mental health. Those are just a few of the advertising labels that Google’s adtech infrastructure routinely sticks to Internet users as it watches and tracks what they do online in order to target them with behavioral ads. Intimate and highly sensitive inferences such as these are then systematically broadcast and shared with what can be thousands of third party companies, via the ...
Tags: Google, TC, Europe, UK, Privacy, Advertising Tech, Marketing, Tech, Eu, European Union, Policy, United Kingdom, Data Protection, NGO, Interactive Advertising Bureau, Online Advertising


Google Showing Some Europeans Sparse Search Results

A week ago, we shared a screen shot from Google on how the search results may look like if Article 11 and 13 in the EU passes. Well now Google seems to be showing some European searchers these types of ghost empty like search results.
Tags: Google, Seo, Eu, Google Search Engine


Social media and a second referendum

Brexit and the surrounding issues are unsurprisingly sparking huge amounts of conversation on social media. Here, our Research & Insight Director, Andre van Loon and Senior Creative Technologist, Sam Cox, examine one aspect of this, in the first of a series of Brexit-focused posts. It’s been just over a month since the British Government first decided to delay a parliamentary vote on its Brexit deal (10 Dec). Since then, we’ve witnessed PM Theresa May travel to The Hague, Berlin and Brussels fo...
Tags: Politics, London, Social Media, Seo, Eu, Bbc, Theresa May, Northern Ireland, Belgium, Brussels, Labour Party, Brexit, Thought Leadership, Scotland Wales, Netherlands Germany, Social listening



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