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Tonight is the night! The Washington D.C. Meetup + Pitch-off is tonight and we have quite the show in store for you. Well kick off the evening with a fireside chat with Facebook security engineer Benjamin Strahs, followed by a fireside with Bradley Tusk, a man who needs no introduction. From there, well head straight into the pitch-off, where ten amazing companies will pitch Read More
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Police conducted a search of a stolen lorry on a Barcelona highway, Tuesday, after shooting the driver as he attempted to escape police at high speeds in a vehicle that contained large levels of butane. The incident happened at around 11:00 AM local time (10:00 GMT) on a highway near Barcelona harbour, when the man, who was identified as Swedish citizen Joakim Robin Berggren, stole the lorry. In a bit to escape law enforcement, he drove the vehicle towards opposing traffic and hit a number of cars. One woman was injured in the incident. Police arrested the man after firing several shots to stop the lorry. The man was reportedly under the influence of drugs and had psychiatric problems. Police are conducting a search of his home. Video ID: 20170221- 049 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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On the heels of Facebook's decision to undergo an audit by industry watchdog the Media Rating Council, Google has agreed to have its metrics vetted, too. The Alphabet-owned site is opening up YouTube ad inventory and ad-buying platforms DoubleClick Manager and AdWords that allow for the MRC to track stats including viewability and how long...
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Video of a an apparently drunken man falling off the back of truck has become a Facebook sensation.
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Texas mother Jessica Medinger has shared a heart-rending photograph of her 11-year-old son Drake's battle with leukemia in an effort to show the struggles both of them face every day.
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Developers can compare two audience segments at a time and break down their audiences based on the sites that sent them. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
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You can talk to Christian Grey from Fifty Shades Darker on Facebook[Universal] Thanks to Facebook you can now chat to the Fifty Shades Darker hunk on Messenger, so obviously we did and it was both hilarious and hot. It's also much better if you pretend Jamie Dornan is sat in a boardroom somewhere on his phone sneakily chatting to you in between business meetings. Check out what happened below and how you can chat to Christian yourself... We ...
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Facebook today launched an update to Analytics for Apps, its cross-platform analytics platform for developers who want to track how their users engage with their sites, bots and apps. The promise of Analytics for Apps is that it allows developers to better understand their audience and then use this data to better engage them through push and in-app notifications. As Facebook announced Read More
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On Facebook, she shares her story with others who've left or are looking to leave extremism. "We act as a group of people who understand each other," said former skinhead Christian Picciolini, an old friend of Martinez who founded the Chicago-based Life After Hate. "We understand the motivations of where we came from and why we joined. We understand what keeps people in. And we help each other detach and disengage from that ideology and provide a support system for them as they go through that transformation." Founded in 2009, Life After Hate was awarded a $400,000 Justice Department grant in the closing days of the Obama administrationfunding that could be endangered if the Trump administration decides to refocus a federal program combatting violent extremism solely on Islamic radicals, as is being considered. Leaving hate behind While several other grant recipients are dedicated to countering radical Muslim ideology, Life After Hate concentrates specifically on showing white extremists there's another way.
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