On many social networks, users don’t necessarily have reason to tell the truth. They can create false accounts or simply lie. The content posted can be a bit more raw or even false. However, on LinkedIn users have incentive to …
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July 11, 2017 – 8:50 am
It is more than an interesting question. News publishers are quite worried that they do and have banned together with the intent to ask “Congress for an antitrust exemption to let news organizations collectively bargain, like a union would, with …
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