Public Affairs

Facebook introduces fact-checking tool – a grey screen warning and articles debunking the claims

December 6, 2019

Recently, in an effort to debunk the false articles that can manipulate the electoral process, Facebook introduced a new tool to warn people when they come across content that is deemed to be “illegal, false, or partly false” by its independent fact-checking partners. According to Rebecca Stimson, Head of UK Public Policy, Facebook “Helping protect […]

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ESA seeks funding. Critics question some of the ideological pursues

December 2, 2019

European Space Agency seeks funding boost from member states was entitled the media release from European Space Agency (ESA). “The European Space Agency is asking its 22 member states for more money to be able to carry out ambitious new missions and keep up with growing competition from the private sector.” ESA is looking to […]

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Zuckerberg mentioned ‘Freedom of Speech’ and the liberal media pushed back

November 26, 2019

“Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t understand free speech in the 21st century” says The Guardian “Facebook and the “Free Speech” Excuse” headlines The NewYorker “Mark Zuckerberg’s reckless idea of free speech” concludes The Week These were just some of the headlines after the Mark Zuckerberg’s freedom of expression speech delivered to an audience at Georgetown University. He […]

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Europe is growing unicorns on a fast pace. EC to heavily boost the ‘farming’

September 22, 2019

There are a lot of active investors in European unicorns, mostly VC Funds and that trend is rapidly growing. Europe now has over 30 unicorns, companies mostly in the fintech sector and 20 out of them hit the 1Bln valuation in the last year. Things are looking on a fast pace considering the plan of […]

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Liberal Professor Warns: Google Manipulating Voters. 2.6 mln additional votes to Hillary Clinton

July 18, 2019

Following the US Senate hearings over big tech silencing the conservative voices and the limitation of freedom of speech, we are sharing the latest transcripts with Dr. Epstein, a liberal scientist, expert in the technology algorithms and search bias. The Minute: ‘You’re not a republican, and nor are you a conservative, is that accurate? ‘That […]

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Romanian Liberal Party looking to introduce labor tax back for ICT sector

June 11, 2019

The Liberal National Party (PNL) was the winner of the latest European parliament election and is negotiating to form a new majority in the national parliament. In a recent statement, the leader of the liberal party, Ludovic Orban, declared that the tax exemptions for the ICT sector are no longer relevant and should be introduce […]

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Listing on the Stock Exchange. How do you prepare the communication for the IPO? There are 4 critical messages

August 13, 2018

For companies seeking an IPO on the main or secondary stock market, the marketing communication needs to be outmost important. A listing means first and foremost a new positioning on the market and it is often the case that the old brand identity is in contradiction with the new positioning. In the context of addressing […]

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Search Engine: We reserve the right to create derivative products with your ideas

July 7, 2018

Almost 4 billion searches are made daily on the most popular search engine, and people of all nations and social classes use it for information, entertainment, comparison, documenting, shopping and validation. I am one of those who buys hundreds of thousands of people as a digital marketing consultant and uses the advertising service. It’s brilliant […]

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