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Green wave set to become a ripple - POLITICO.eu

Green wave set to become a ripple   POLITICO.eu The Greens are expected to gain only a small number of seats in the EU election.
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Faith in Filters and the Fate of Safe Harbors

New Controversies in Intermediary Liability Law Annemarie Bridy The challenge of keeping harmful and illegal content off the Internet is as old as the Internet itself. Meeting that challenge, however, has never felt as urgent as it feels now. And technology companies have never felt so pressured to figure out how to do it quickly, at scale. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently assured members of Congress that advances in machine learning over the next few years will improve and more fully aut...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spotify, Europe, Congress, Youtube, Eu, United States, Dmca, United, Ugc, Branding, Zuckerberg, Acr, Guest Blogger


Facebook Marketing is in Decline: 3 Reasons Why | Digital Marketing Toronto

Is Facebook Marketing on the decline? That’s atop of every social media marketer’s mind these days. A recent report, released by Michael A. Stelzner from SocialMediaExaminer.com and titled 2019 Social Media Marketing Industry, offers insight into how marketers are currently using social media and their future plans. In the report, Stelzner argues that there is “a clear indication that marketers are diversifying away from Facebook”. He also argues that Facebook lost its status as the most importa...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Instagram, Youtube, Toronto, America, Seo, Social Media Marketing, Eu, Canada, North America, Facebook Marketing, Cambridge Analytica, Stelzner, Michael A Stelzner, Social Media Marketing Agency


Facebook still a great place to amplify pre-election junk news, EU study finds

A study carried out by academics at Oxford University to investigate how junk news is being shared on social media in Europe ahead of regional elections this month has found individual stories shared on Facebook’s platform can still hugely outperform the most important and professionally produced news stories, drawing as much as 4x the volume of Facebook shares, likes, and comments. The study, conducted for the Oxford Internet Institute’s (OII) Computational Propaganda Project, is intended to...
Tags: Security, Social, Facebook, Twitter, Europe, Isis, Sweden, Vladimir Putin, France, Germany, US, Social Media, Tech, Eu, European Union, Digital Media


Facebook and Google pressured EU experts to soften fake news regulations, say insiders - Open Democracy

Facebook and Google pressured EU experts to soften fake news regulations, say insiders   Open Democracy On the eve of European elections, the tech giants stand accused of sabotaging the European Union's fight against disinformation. Nico Schmidt Daphné Dupont- ...
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Channel 4 in Sweden refuses political party ad that promotes "Swexit" before EU elections

adnews banned ads Just as we learn that Facebook refuses to allow the Christian Democrats to air their campaign ad, we now... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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'Say yes to Europe': Companies appeal to voters ahead of EU elections - CGTN

'Say yes to Europe': Companies appeal to voters ahead of EU elections   CGTN IKEA, Volkswagen, Zara or Lufthansa, European companies have an unusual message for consumers and millions of employees ahead of next week's ...
Tags: Europe, Seo, Eu, Lufthansa, CGTN, IKEA Volkswagen Zara


People think the EU is dying - but Brexit might save it - Derbyshire Live

People think the EU is dying - but Brexit might save it   Derbyshire Live Half of Europeans believe that the EU is likely to collapse.
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Will EU survive Brexit or is UK leaving given bloc a welcome boost? - Cambridgeshire Live - Cambridgeshire Live

Will EU survive Brexit or is UK leaving given bloc a welcome boost? - Cambridgeshire Live   Cambridgeshire Live Majority of Europeans expect the end of EU within 20 years.
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'Now is the time': the journalists fighting fake news before the EU elections

With warnings of likely Russian meddling, Europe’s debunkers are picking up the pace“Our job is to debunk stories,” says Thomas Hedin from his Copenhagen office a stone’s throw from Denmark’s seat of power, familiar to many in Britain courtesy of the political TV drama Borgen. “Our job is to say whether something is misleading, fake or true. Thats why we are here.”Just over two years ago Hedin, 48, was appointed as the first editor of TjekDet, a factchecking spinoff from the Danish equivalent of...
Tags: Europe, Social Media, Eu, European Union, World news, Britain, Digital Media, Denmark, Copenhagen, Borgen, European elections, Economist, Hedin, European parliamentary elections 2019, Thomas Hedin, Mandag Morgen


The United States Constitution is Not Dysfunctional

For the symposium on Sanford Levinson and Jack M. Balkin, Democracy and Dysfunction (University of Chicago Press, 2019).Steven G. Calabresi May 12, 2019 Providence, Rhode Island Dear Jack and Sandy: Thank you enormously for inviting me to comment on your new book.  While I believe the U.S. constitutional system is badly in need of some reforms, I think the U.S. Constitution, as amended, is the best such document in any of the G-20 constitutional democracies today, and I think you bo...
Tags: South Korea, Hong Kong, Europe, Japan, Tibet, Supreme Court, Putin, Obama, Congress, Indonesia, Australia, Montana, North Korea, Mexico, France, Scotland


Single Market gains: Luxembourg, London, and Zurich inhabitants benefit the most from EU Single Market - RTL Today

Single Market gains: Luxembourg, London, and Zurich inhabitants benefit the most from EU Single Market   RTL Today A comprehensive study undertaken by the Bertelmann Stiftung and University of Sussex examines the real impact of the EU Single Market on incomes.
Tags: Seo, Eu, Zurich, University of Sussex, LUXEMBOURG LONDON


Swiss residents 'biggest winners' from EU Single Market - The Local Switzerland

Swiss residents 'biggest winners' from EU Single Market   The Local Switzerland A new study into the economic benefits of the EU Single Market shows why the Swiss political establishment is so keen on ensuring relations with Brussels ...
Tags: Seo, Eu, Switzerland, EU Single Market, EU Single Market The Local Switzerland


Bertelsmann: EU Single Market boosts per capita incomes by almost €1,000 a year - DW (English)

Bertelsmann: EU Single Market boosts per capita incomes by almost €1,000 a year   DW (English) A study released Wednesday by Germany's Bertelsmann foundation detailed the benefits of the EU's single market according to where people live. "On average ...
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Bertelsmann: EU Single Market boosts per capita incomes by almost €1,000 a year - Deutsche Welle

Bertelsmann: EU Single Market boosts per capita incomes by almost €1,000 a year   Deutsche Welle A study released Wednesday by Germany's Bertelsmann foundation detailed the benefits of the EU's single market according to where people live. "On average ...
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Research: EU Single Market membership boosts per capita income €445 a year - ERR News

Research: EU Single Market membership boosts per capita income €445 a year   ERR News Membership of the European Union's single market boosts per capita income in Estonia by €445 per year, according to findings.
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REVEALED: Germany’s astonishing £75BN profit from being in EU - ‘Not everyone benefits!’ - Express.co.uk

REVEALED: Germany’s astonishing £75BN profit from being in EU - ‘Not everyone benefits!’   Express.co.uk In 2017, Germany, which is Europe's largest economy, contributed $19.5billion into EU coffers, according to the European Union website, which means Berlin ...
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241m Europeans 'may have received Russian-linked disinformation'

Research says malign actors online tried to craft individual narrative for each EU stateAround half of all Europeans could have been exposed to disinformation promoted by social media accounts linked to Russia before the European elections, an analysis suggests.Evidence of 6,700 so-called “bad actors” posting enough content to reach up to 241 million users was discovered by researchers examining the scale of the threat. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Media, Russia, Social Media, Eu, European Union, World news, Digital Media, European elections


Study: small countries biggest winners in EU internal market - EUobserver

Study: small countries biggest winners in EU internal market   EUobserver The biggest winners of the EU single market are small countries that trade a lot and have competitive economies, a study from the Bertelsmann Foundation has ...
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EU elections 2019: Rise of nationalist trends and populism in Europe challenges the EU edifice - The European Sting

EU elections 2019: Rise of nationalist trends and populism in Europe challenges the EU edifice   The European Sting The European elections are going to be held in just two weeks' time and far-right propaganda is gaining momentum creating concerns to everyone regarding the ...
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Germany, wealthy regions are biggest winners of EU single market - report - Yahoo Finance UK

Germany, wealthy regions are biggest winners of EU single market - report   Yahoo Finance UK The European Union's industrial heartlands, its urban regions and Germany are the biggest beneficiaries of the bloc's single market, according to a study that ...
Tags: Germany, Seo, Eu, Yahoo Finance UK, Yahoo Finance UK The European Union


Weekend reading: What a drag* it is getting old

What caught my eye this week. H ow are you feeling? Pretty comfortable? Enjoying the stock market recovery? Ready for a relaxing weekend? Well I’m here like the Angel of Bad Breath to cause a stink with the following miserable graph, which comes courtesy of The Retirement Field Guide via Abnormal Returns: The graph shows how after the age of 60, financial literacy decreases by about 1.5% a year. As author Ashby Daniels says: Nobody likes to think about getting older. Even less so, nobody lik...
Tags: Google, UK, London, Marketing, Eu, Bloomberg, Cyprus, Bbc, Britain, Fca, Peter Thiel, Warren Buffett, Silicon Valley, Vox, Brexit, Suffolk


When it comes to elections, Facebook moves slow, may still break things

This week, Facebook invited a small group of journalists — which didn’t include TechCrunch — to look at the “war room” it has set up in Dublin, Ireland, to help monitor its products for election-related content that violates its policies. (“Time and space constraints” limited the numbers, a spokesperson told us when he asked why we weren’t invited.) Facebook announced it would be setting up this Dublin hub — which will bring together data scientists, researchers, legal and community team memb...
Tags: Security, Social, TC, Facebook, Europe, UK, Instagram, California, India, Israel, Time, US, Social Media, Tech, Eu, Spain


Cerar congratulates Slovenians on EU membership anniversary - STA - Slovenska Tiskovna Agencija

Cerar congratulates Slovenians on EU membership anniversary   STA - Slovenska Tiskovna Agencija "The European Union is strong because it is united by its diversity and differences, big and small," Foreign Minister Miro Cerar tweeted on Wednesday.
Tags: Seo, Eu, European Union, Miro Cerar, Cerar, Slovenska Tiskovna Agencija, STA Slovenska Tiskovna Agencija


Facebook accused of blocking wider efforts to study its ad platform

Facebook has been accused of blocking the ability of independent researchers to effectively study how political disinformation flows across its ad platform. Adverts that the social network’s business is designed to monetize have — at very least — the potential to influence people and push voters’ buttons, as the Cambridge Anaytica Facebook data misuse scandal highlighted last year. Since that story exploded into a major global scandal for Facebook the company has faced a chorus of calls for i...
Tags: Security, Social, Facebook, Europe, UK, Privacy, Time, Social Media, Tech, Eu, European Union, Atlantic, United States, United Kingdom, Ted Cruz, Mozilla


Opinion: Europe needs grassroots democracy to fight right-wing populism - Deutsche Welle

Opinion: Europe needs grassroots democracy to fight right-wing populism   Deutsche Welle In Germany and Europe people from across all parts of society are losing their trust in politics and turning towards populism ahead of EU elections. They must be ...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Seo, Eu, Deutsche Welle


One in 10 EU voters support far-right populist parties - DW (English)

One in 10 EU voters support far-right populist parties   DW (English) Around 10% of voters plan to use their vote in the European Parliament elections to back far-right or right-wing populist parties, according to a study published ...
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Here's Why Brexit Wasn't Followed By Frexit, Swexit Or Nexit - NPR

Here's Why Brexit Wasn't Followed By Frexit, Swexit Or Nexit   NPR After Britain voted in 2016 to leave the European Union, many feared other countries would follow and the EU might collapse. But Brexit's chaotic example has ...
Tags: Seo, Eu, European Union, Brexit, Nexit NPR, Nexit NPR After Britain


One in 10 EU voters support far-right populist parties - Deutsche Welle

One in 10 EU voters support far-right populist parties   Deutsche Welle Around 10% of voters plan to use their vote in the European Parliament elections to back far-right or right-wing populist parties, according to a study published ...
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Facebook Added 5 New Fact-Checking Partners Prior to the EU Parliamentary Elections

Facebook's efforts to safeguard the European Union Parliamentary elections in May continued with the addition of five new local fact-checking partners. Product manager Antonia Woodford said in a Newsroom post that the following companies are now on board: Ellinika Hoaxes (Greece), FactCheckNI (Northern Ireland), Faktograf (Croatia), Observador (Portugal) and Patikrinta 15min (Lithuania). She added that...
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, Eu, Lithuania, Social Pro Daily, Antonia Woodford, European Union Parliamentary, Ellinika Hoaxes Greece, Patikrinta



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