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Biden was the best-liked of the Democratic candidates among Cubans polled by Equis Labs, and yet many of those voters still don’t really know much about his record or stances.
Weeks after the app launched, the App Store owner changed its stance, saying the developer should take the function out of the app or the app’s distribution would be terminated, according to the consultant.
They claim to be taking the legitimate scientific stance of doubt.
It wasn’t the stance one might expect from Amazon, which has been working to dodge exactly this sort of liability in US courts.
They have also already been vetted on the national stage, minimizing the possibility of hidden personal scandals or problematic stances emerging.
This can only be done by running a thorough audience analysis — a full scan of an audience segment that reveals, among other things, preferences, interests, alliances, and even stances in public debates.
In some cases in recent months, regulators have adopted a tougher stance.
As historian Sam Rosenfeld writes in “The Polarizers,” the MFDP actually had a pretty weak case under convention rules, but the moral force of their stance left a lasting mark on the party.
Adobe has taken a similar stance by deciding to ban political ads from being bought through its programmatic ad buying tools.
If we took the stance that organic measurement shouldn’t include brand and shouldn’t include conversions, we might be able to convince our manager.

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