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Waze partners with WPP to literally drive traffic to retail stores

The partnership will launch in North America and parts of Europe. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Greg Sterling]
Tags: Europe, Seo, Waze, North America, WPP, Greg Sterling

Antisemitism at worst levels since second world war, says Macron

The French president says his party will introduce legislation to combat hate speech onlineAntisemitism appears to have reached its worst levels since the second world war, Emmanuel Macron told Jewish community leaders on Wednesday, a day after thousands of people took to the streets in France to denounce hate crimes.The French government is to adopt the intergovernmental organisation International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition of antisemitism and propose a law to reduce hat...
Tags: Europe, France, Social Media, World news, Judaism, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, IHRA, Antisemitism, International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance

Emmanuel Macron says antisemitism has reached worst levels since second world war

The French president says his party will introduce legislation to combat hate speech onlineAntisemitism appears to have reached its worst levels since the second world war, Emmanuel Macron told Jewish community leaders on Wednesday, a day after thousands of people took to the streets in France to denounce hate crimes.The French government is to adopt the intergovernmental organisation International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition of antisemitism and propose a law to reduce hat...
Tags: Europe, France, Social Media, World news, Judaism, Emmanuel Macron, IHRA, Antisemitism, International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance

Procure-To-Pay Solutions Market : Technological Advancements Expected to Boost Revenue Growth During 2019 – 2026 - Europe Industry News

Procure-To-Pay Solutions Market : Technological Advancements Expected to Boost Revenue Growth During 2019 – 2026   Europe Industry News Procure-To-Pay Solutions Market report (Sample Copy Here) offers detailed insights on the market dynamic forces to enable informed business decision making ...
Tags: Europe, Seo, Europe Industry News

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

Stop the online conspiracy theorists before they break democracy | Julia Ebner

Cannibals, aliens and clandestine lizard overlords: thanks to algorithms, such ideas threaten the future of EuropeOrganised conspiracy theorist networks have launched an all-out information war across Europe. At the heart of this is the QAnon movement. It expanded from the US to Europe and the UK at rapid speed, hijacking political debates on social media as well as mass protests in the streets in recent months. Our at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue shows that European conspiracy theoris...
Tags: Europe, UK, Technology, Media, 4chan, US, Social Media, World news, Digital Media, Reddit, The far right, Bavaria, Institute for Strategic Dialogue, Tommy Robinson, EDL, Julia Ebner

Facebook’s Messenger, Instagram and Whatsapp Integration Isn’t Complicated, 8 Things to Know

If you haven’t heard, Facebook announced that it’s working to integrate three major chat platforms — Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp — in order to allow cross-communication for users. This is a huge development. Facebook acquired Instagram in 2012 and WhatsApp in 2014, making this power move possible. The new infrastructure would keep the three applications distinct while simultaneously allowing users to chat with each other, regardless of their platform. The project is under development and ...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Instagram, China, Sales, Social Media, Facebook Messenger, New York Times, The New York Times, Intégration, Asia South America, Publisher Channel Content, Facebook Messenger Instagram, Messenger Instagram, Facebook s Messenger Instagram, Integration When

UK parliament calls for antitrust, data abuse probe of Facebook

A final report by a British parliamentary committee which spent months last year investigating online political disinformation makes very uncomfortable reading for Facebook — with the company singled out for “disingenuous” and “bad faith” responses to democratic concerns about the misuse of people’s data. In the report, published today, the committee has also called for Facebook’s use of user data to be investigated by the UK’s data watchdog. In an evidence session to the committee late last ...
Tags: Security, Social, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, UK, Privacy, Advertising Tech, Russia, US, Social Media, Business Model, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Policy, United States

Houellebecq Ruled Europe in January - Publishers Weekly

Houellebecq Ruled Europe in January   Publishers Weekly French novelist Michel Houellebecq's latest was the top- Please by Antonio Manzini, the 12th volume in the popular selling fiction title in December in his home ...
Tags: Europe, Seo, Michel Houellebecq, Houellebecq, Antonio Manzini

Why a Refocused Emphasis Needs to Be Put on AI and Not on Social

When the first trans-Atlantic cables were laid to connect the U.S. and Europe with the telegraph, it was believed the world would finally begin to understand each other. Similar claims were made with the introduction of radio, the internet and now social media. Facebook long wanted to "make the world more open and connected," but...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Advertising, Atlantic, Voice

Facebook Is Bringing Some of Its Monetization Options for Video Creators to Europe

Facebook is extending two monetization options for video creators to certain countries in Europe. The social network's test of fan subscriptions is being expanded to European countries including the U.K., Spain, Germany and Portugal. Facebook began testing fan subscriptions in the U.S. last year as a way for people to support their favorite video creators...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Advertising, Spain Germany, Social Pro Daily, Portugal Facebook

How Criteo Is Trying to Navigate GDPR

As a programmatic player that was founded in Europe and one whose business model is so heavily reliant on ad retargeting, Criteo's performance is often deemed as emblematic of the fortunes of the wider ad-tech sector, post-GDPR. Earlier this week, the publicly listed ad-tech outfit reported its third consistent slowdown in revenues since the enforcement...
Tags: Europe, Advertising, Programmatic, Criteo

The Best Business Aviation Conferences for 2019

There are so many great aviation conferences happening throughout year. However, for most of us, attending them all just isn’t in the cards – and quite frankly, it would be exhausting to try! So if you had to prioritize, which should you choose? IMHO, it really comes down to what you are trying to accomplish and how far you are willing to travel. To help you out, I’m going to give you a rundown of some of the biggest and best conferences for business aviation that should be on your radar for 201...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Social Media, Canada, United States, Aviation, Geneva, Latin America, Orlando, Sao Paulo, San Francisco CA, Sao Paulo Brazil, San Antonio TX, Shanghai China, Geneva Switzerland, Charlotte NC

The Brief – Germany: Europe's Janus - EURACTIV

The Brief – Germany: Europe's Janus   EURACTIV The day after the new leader of the Christian Democrats, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, distanced herself from Angela Merkel's migration legacy, economists ...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Angela Merkel, Seo, Annegret Kramp Karrenbauer

Xenophobic attacks increasing in Europe - Ozan Ceyhun - Daily Sabah

Xenophobic attacks increasing in Europe - Ozan Ceyhun   Daily Sabah According to a study conducted by Coburg University at the request of the Bertelsmann Foundation in Germany, Germany needs 260000 immigrants until 2060.
Tags: Europe, Seo, Sabah, Germany Germany, Bertelsmann Foundation, Coburg University

Nanigans Appoints Sales Leaders in U.S. and EMEA

Industry veterans David Paquette and Erwin Bos will grow local sales teams to support market demand for digital advertising software BOSTON — Nanigans, the leader in performance advertising software, announced the hires of two new executives in key revenue roles in the U.S. and Europe. David Paquette joins Nanigans as vice president of U.S. sales […] The post Nanigans Appoints Sales Leaders in U.S. and EMEA appeared first on Ad Tech Daily.
Tags: Europe, Boston, Advertising, Press Releases, Nanigans, Online Media, EMEA, Ad & Media Strategies, Digital Intelligence, People in Ad Tech, Performance Advertising, David Paquette, Erwin Bos

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

Medicare for All: A Time for Honesty

E. Kent Yucel                 I would like to give some additional perspective on the widely-touted Medicare for All (MFA) movement, which seems almost to have become a litmus test for being considered a competitive Democratic presidential candidate. Unfortunately, MFA, as it is used in the parlance of most advocates as well as the Democratic presidential candidates, skips over several important issues. These issues cut to the heart of whether or not MFA is a feasible approach to achieving u...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Boston, US, Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Medicare, Branding, Guest Blogger, Trump, MFA, Tufts Medical School, Kent Yucel

Dating apps face questions over age checks after report exposes child abuse

The UK government has said it could legislate to require age verification checks on users of dating apps, following an investigation into underage use of dating apps published by the Sunday Times yesterday. The newspaper found  more than 30 cases of child rape have been investigated by police related to use of dating apps including Grindr and Tinder since 2015.  It reports that one 13-year-old boy with a profile on the Grindr app was raped or abused by at least 21 men.  The Sunday Times also f...
Tags: Social, Apps, Europe, UK, Instagram, Tinder, Social Media, Tech, Bbc, Policy, Dating, Regulation, United Kingdom, Child Abuse, Dating Apps, Times

Government’s secret post-Brexit plan must rule out the Singapore model

Whitehall should publish the findings of ‘Project After’ to clarify the direction of UK industrial strategy in the case of no-dealThere are plans under discussion in Whitehall to cope with the long-term consequences of a no-deal Brexit. Dubbed Project After, these plans involve Whitehall officials poring over the government’s entire portfolio of tax and spending commitments and how they might be adjusted once the UK tumbles out of the European Union’s single market and tariff-free customs area.C...
Tags: Twitter, Europe, Business, Politics, UK, Technology, Media, Internet, Singapore, Social Media, European Union, UK News, World news, Blogging, Britain, Asia Pacific

Business and executive education in Europe - Expat Guide to Belgium - Expatica Belguim

Business and executive education in Europe - Expat Guide to Belgium   Expatica Belguim Business and executive education in Europe is of the highest quality, with some of the world's most elite schools offering a range of programmes.
Tags: Europe, Seo, Belgium, Belgium Expatica Belguim, Expatica Belguim Business

Tech platforms called to support public interest research into mental health impacts

The tech industry has been called on to share data with public sector researchers so the mental health and psychosocial impacts of their service on vulnerable users can be better understood, and also to contribute to funding the necessary independent research over the next ten years. The UK’s chief medical officers have made the call in a setting out advice and guidance for the government about children’s and young people’s screen use. They have also called for the industry to agree a code of ...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Europe, UK, Instagram, Advertising Tech, Bullying, Social Media, Tech, CMO, Mental Health, Abuse, Digital Media, United Kingdom, Photo Sharing, Science and Technology Committee

Voices in AI – Episode 79: A Conversation with Naveen Rao

Today's leading minds talk AI with host Byron Reese .voice-in-ai-byline-embed { font-size: 1.4rem; background: url( black; background-position: center; background-size: cover; color: white; padding: 1rem 1.5rem; font-weight: 200; text-transform: uppercase; margin-bottom: 1.5rem; } .voice-in-ai-byline-embed span { color: #FF6B00; } About this Epi...
Tags: Europe, Privacy, Blog, Seo, Intel, Intelligence, Consciousness, Ai, Mind, Duke, Byron, Naveen, Planck, Emergence, Naveen Rao, Byron Reese

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

What is your minimum expectation for Chelsea this season? Is out of the top four good enough?

With a massive month ahead of us starting this weekend against Manchester City, I am asking Chelsea fans (or football fans in general reading this post) what they personally believe to be the minimum expectation for us this season. If we finish outside the top four is that good enough?The reason I wanted to post this question is because there is such a varied opinion now amongst Chelsea fans worldwide. The invention of Social Media has heightened opinion and you would find it hard to avoid deba...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, England, Opinion, Social Media, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Manchester City, Roman Abramovich, Europa League, Latest, Maurizio Sarri, Chelsea Daft

Instagram’s Adam Mosseri to meet UK health secretary over suicide content concerns

The still fresh-in-post boss of Instagram, Adam Mosseri, has been asked to meet the UK’s health secretary, Matt Hancock, to discuss the social media platform’s handling of content that promotes suicide and self harm, the BBC reports. Mosseri’s summons follows an outcry in the UK over disturbing content being recommended to vulnerable users of Instagram, following the suicide of a 14 year old schoolgirl, Molly Russell, who killed herself in 2017. After her death, Molly’s family discovered she ...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, Apps, Europe, UK, Instagram, Molly, Youtube, Social Media, Tech, Bbc, Artificial Intelligence, Self Harm, United Kingdom, Telegraph

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

Everything you need to know about Facebook, Google’s app scandal

Facebook and Google landed in hot water with Apple this week after two investigations by TechCrunch revealed the misuse of internal-only certificates — leading to their revocation, which led to a day of downtime at the two tech giants. Confused about what happened? Here’s everything you need to know. How did all this start, and what happened? On Monday, we revealed that Facebook was misusing an Apple-issued certificate that is only meant for companies to use to distribute internal, employee...
Tags: Apple, Google, Security, Facebook, Apps, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Privacy, Finance, Social Media, Tech, Smartphones, United States, App Store, Warner, Nielsen

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

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