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CEO of Massive Alliance
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More people sharing their expertise and news also means more fake news. How do we fix this?
Journalism as we know it will be disrupted -- will this be the better way?
Three ways to avoid getting canceled.
If you've been defamed to the detriment of your reputation, company or revenue, it could be very worth it to sue. But first, you must determine if you meet the criteria.
In the age of the internet and social media, it's easier than ever for people to steal intellectual property -- intentionally or unintentionally. The trick is knowing how to combat it when it happens to you.
If you're a victim of defamatory online content, you have options to get it removed -- and educating yourself on what exactly you can do is the first step.
Social Media has become inescapable in this day and age -- knowing how to correctly use it to control your online reputation is absolutely critical.
These tips and best practices will help you take back control -- and maintain it.
If this time has taught us anything, it's the importance of taking your business online.
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