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They also argue the Commission needs to act now or it risks undermining its in-train reform of digital regulations — which is due to be lay out in draft form early next month.
Perdue and Loeffler are actively trying to undermine the election results by demanding the Republican secretary of state resign.
This is a different kind of antitrust case, because it focuses on the allegedly improper use of data to maintain market position and undermine competition.
The economic fallout from the novel coronavirus pandemic undermined plans this summer to sign at least two potential starters from overseas.
For instance, he laments that the historic role of the press as a fact-checker has been undermined by political leaders who lie with impunity, as well as pressure within mainstream media outlets to attract viewers and website clicks.
Reading list“Trump and his allies boost bogus conspiracy theories in a bid to undermine vote count,” by Isaac Stanley-Becker, Tony Romm, Elizabeth Dwoskin and Drew HarwellA deeper look at election-fraud messaging.
The Stoics think that the only truly good thing for us is our own character, and that therefore the only truly bad things are whatever may undermine our character.
First it will attempt to keep people away from the polls, and then it will undermine the integrity of the election results.
Another issue is that the growing number of nature-based projects is creating larger pools of low-cost carbon offsets, the availability of which can undermine the viability of more reliable carbon-capture methods.
These instances — “branded content-lite,” as one former employee described them — undermined Great Big Story’s business because advertisers were effectively able to get branded content deals at sponsorship rates.

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