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The Media Briefing this week looks at how Facebook is trying to tamp down politics on its platform and ramp up entertainment.
With a move that’s being pitched as a win for consumer privacy via tamping down data collection, Google, Apple and other walled gardens will likely become more and more powerful.
The point is for the males to build trust and tamp down tension.
Policymakers have to determine if tamping down or easing up on drug restrictions affects the use of other potentially dangerous substances.
At any rate, even without companies doing anything to tamp down and capitalize on the first-day pop, the phenomenon may curtail itself naturally if BlackRock CEO Larry Fink’s predictions are anything to go by.
THE IPO SLATE FOR 2021 GETS HEAVYLUCINDA SHENDECEMBER 14, 2020FORTUNE
We can argue about how this could have been prevented and how it can be tamped down moving forward, although there are obvious steps that can and should be taken.
Facebook and Twitter have been belatedly scrambling it seems to tamp down rumors about voting fraud.
Italy and Spain had managed to tamp down the initial outbreak with some of the world’s strictest lockdowns.
Amid the confusion, the one certainty is that Florida’s Republican governor and Legislature have tamped down the felon vote, according to an analysis of state records by the Tampa Bay Times, Miami Herald and ProPublica.
IN FLORIDA, THE GUTTING OF A LANDMARK LAW LEAVES FEW FELONS LIKELY TO VOTEBY LAWRENCE MOWER AND LANGSTON TAYLOR, MIAMI HERALD AND TAMPA BAY TIMESOCTOBER 7, 2020PROPUBLICA
Temporary factors have tamped down the activism so far this year.
THE ACTIVIST EMPLOYEE HASN’T GONE AWAYGEOFFREY COLVINSEPTEMBER 21, 2020FORTUNE

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