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  2. Facebook - Wikipedia

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    Facebook customer Global Science Research sold information on over 87 million Facebook users to Cambridge Analytica, a political data analysis firm led by Alexander Nix. While approximately 270,000 people used the app, Facebook's API permitted data collection from their friends without their knowledge. [380]

  3. Criticism of Facebook - Wikipedia

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    Lack of customer support. Facebook lacks any form of live customer support beyond "community" support pages and FAQ's which offer only general troubleshooting advice, often making it impossible to resolve issues that require the services of an administrator or are not covered in the FAQs.

  4. Lexis (linguistics) - Wikipedia

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    Register: the text style in which a word is used ("President vows to support allies" is most likely found in news headlines, whereas "vows" in speech most likely refer to "marriages"; in writing, the verb "vow" is most likely used as "promise"). Once data has been collected, it can be sorted to determine the probability of co-occurrences.

  5. Reach (advertising) - Wikipedia

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  6. Engagement marketing - Wikipedia

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    Create the digital customer experience framework to address all areas of interaction between customers and the business. Use proven tools, the "7Cs", to support the framework. The key tools are: content, customization, customer care, communication, community, connectivity, and convenience. Integrate the online and offline customer experience.

  7. The Daily Stormer - Wikipedia

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    The company's CEO Richard Kirkendall stated that "the quality and context of the material, paired with the support for violent groups and causes passes from protected free speech into incitement", specifically quoting one published statement from The Daily Stormer: "It doesn't take a Ph.D. in mathematics to understand that White men + pride ...

  8. Tesco - Wikipedia

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    Tesco PLC (/ ˈ t ɛ s. k oʊ /) is a British multinational groceries and general merchandise retailer headquartered in Welwyn Garden City, England. In 2011 it was the third-largest retailer in the world measured by gross revenues and the ninth-largest in the world measured by revenues.

  9. Internet censorship in China - Wikipedia

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    The service providers have assumed an editorial role concerning customer content, thus becoming publishers and legally responsible for libel and other torts committed by customers. Some hotels in China advise Internet users to obey local Chinese Internet access rules by leaving a list of Internet rules and guidelines near the computers.