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Berita Terkini 2019-12-20
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Katadata.co.id - Instagram issued several new policies to make pplatformnya is safe for the user.

First, Instagram features to fight bullying (abuse).

Features that will oversee the caption for the photo or video is considered the attacking (offensive) was launched 16 December 2019.

This feature is equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) that is able to recognize various forms of abuse verbal in Instagram.

The user will also know when the user account at risk of violating the rules of Instagram, including the spread of false news.

The feature will be launched globally in the coming months, including in Indonesia.

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Danny Knackstedt 2021-03-23
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Mobile games are everywhere, yet not all of them may be suitable for kids. In this list, we pick some of the best free kids games for Android and iOS.
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Trisha Lewis 2019-05-22
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More than 125 public health groups have called on social media giants to end the promotion of tobacco products on their platforms, including through the use of influencers.

In an open letter to the bosses of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat, the organisations called for an end to the “aggressive” advertising of all tobacco products and e-cigarettes on social media.

Read more: Influencer use of ad more than doubles in a year

The letter cited a recent Reuters report, which revealed cigarette giant Philip Morris had carried out a marketing campaign for its new “heated tobacco” device using online influencers.

While social media companies have advertising policies preventing the promotion of tobacco products, these rules do not extend to influencer posts, although it is understood Facebook and Instagram is set to update its policy to restrict all tobacco-related marketing.

The groups said the loophole was allowing the “rampant” marketing of cigarette products, and called on social media firms to take immediate action to ban the practice.

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David Cox 2019-10-17
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In its latest effort to appease regulators, electronic-cigarette maker Juul said Thursday it would stop selling its creme-, fruit-, berry-, and mango-flavored pods in the US until the products have been reviewed by the US Food and Drug Administration.

The company will, however, continue to sell its popular menthol-based flavors, including mint.

Juul has faced a number of public setbacks in recent months.

The company is being investigated by the FDA, as well as the Federal Trade Commission, federal prosecutors in California, and several state attorneys general for advertising that allegedly misled users and made unverified claims about its products’ safety.

Adding to Juul’s woes, the e-cigarette industry has been under intense scrutiny since a mysterious vaping-related illness, now known as EVALI, spread across the US, sickening nearly 1,500 people and killing 33.

But the outbreak spurred several congressional hearings on the safety of the products and increased pressure on e-cigarette makers to demonstrate their products are safe and do not target children.

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Dion Esparza 2019-08-21
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Many PSAs about the opioid crisis focus on the sufferers themselves—and their plights as they try to get better—like this Truth campaign from the Ad Council that used a video display in New York to let passersby watch an opioid addict named Rebekkah endure her first three days of detox.

But a new campaign from the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids explores the dire impact that opioid addiction has on families and loved ones.

The goal of the effort is to raise awareness of the many resources the nonprofit has available for families, like its helpline and peer-to-peer parent coaching program.

Created by Terri & Sandy pro bono, a 30-second spot shows a married couple embroiled in disagreements and arguments over how they should handle their son’s addiction.

At the end, a Google-esque search appears that reads: “How can I save my child and my marriage?”

The spot, which also includes 15-second versions, is running nationally across TV, digital and social channels.

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Monte Martin 2019-03-29
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Tobacco companies are enlisting the help of social media influencers to promote traditional cigarettes and their brands to young people.

Big Tobacco is increasingly using social media to find new ways to hook young people on smoking, circumventing decades of laws restricting the marketing of traditional cigarettes to minors.

In major cities around the world such as Rio de Janeiro, Cairo, Jakarta and Milan, tobacco companies have been holding extravagant events with names like "K_Player" and "RedMoveNow" that were designed to connect with young people.

Those party-goers are carefully targeted young influencers, who are encouraged to share photos of their glamorous tobacco-sponsored adventures with friends and followers on social media using appealing hashtags like iamonthemove, decideyourflow and mydaynow.

This exploitation of social media's organic reach is one of the findings from a global research project I've been working on since 2016 with more than a dozen different scholars.

The anti-smoking advocacy group Tobacco-Free Kids noticed a lot of photos of young people with cigarettes turning up in their online scans of global social media and asked me to look into it.

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Edward Hudson 2018-09-05
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New research out of the University of Waterloo has found a way to improve the voice query understanding capabilities of home entertainment platforms.

The research, in collaboration with the University of Maryland and Comcast Applied AI Research Lab, uses artificial intelligence (AI) technology to achieve the most natural speech-based interactions with TVs to date.

"Today, we have become accustomed to talking to intelligent agents that do our bidding - from Siri on a mobile phone to Alexa at home.

Why shouldn't we be able to do the same with TVs?"

asked Jimmy Lin, a professor at the University of Waterloo and David R. Cheriton Chair in the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science.

"Comcast's Xfinity X1 aims to do exactly that - the platform comes with a 'voice remote' that accepts spoken queries.

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Hsu Forrest 2020-05-24

A business is only as strong as its customers, and if you do not invest a lot of time and effort into reaching new customers, your sales will suffer.

Generating new leads for your business is important if you want to succeed.

Use Helpful Hints For Lead Generation Novices And Pros following advice to find and reach new customers.Buying Want To Improve Your Leadership Skills?

can be valuable in lead generation.

This often translates into more sales and sign-ups!Career fairs are a great place to generate leads if your business has a downline.

Even if it's not a long call, pitch it and get a meeting to continue the conversation.Find out if any local publications available for free fit within your niche.

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jolia mark 2021-05-18
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You have to generate new leads, but how?

What does it take to bring in people who really want what you're selling?

To start your education, check out the many helpful tips and tricks below as soon as possible, the most important things for small businesses or business owners is lead generation and get quality leads or sales lead for them business.Make sure your landing page is ready for visitors before you generate a lot of promising leads.

Otherwise, simply live and learn and move on.Reward your current loyal customers for providing you leads.

Visit businesses and ask them about who they're currently using for whatever it is you're selling, then let them know why you're the better option.

That may mean advertising or it may mean becoming a thought leader in the community.Don't forget about having a follow-up plan.

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Matt Ouellette 2018-04-28

Returning unwanted or leftover prescription drugs should be easy, but it isn’t in most of the country.

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) declared Saturday, April 28, 2018, National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

And Google rose to the occasion to help.

Google added a Drug Take Back Day function to Google Maps that finds official DEA Prescription Drug Take Back Day locations by either clicking on a map location and entering an address or zip code.

“Using Google Maps API, our team worked with the DEA to create a locator tool for the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day this Saturday, April 28.

The locator tool can help anyone find a place near them to safely dispose of leftover prescription medications.”

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Gibson Klitgaard 2020-06-03

Trying to get new leads for your business without the proper education and tools is like trying to find something in the dark.

The following advice is designed to help you understand how to generate leads within your business.Ask your current customers to pass on word about your company to those they know.

If so, be Tony Jia to show up at the event yourself so you can shake hands and get face time with potential leads.Use customized quality content to generate more leads for you.

If a person stays on a page to read what you've written, you're already one step ahead of the game.

This often translates into more sales and sign-ups!Talk to business owners in related industries.

For example, if you own a shop where you sell balloons, talking to a florist about a joint venture is a great way to get leads from another business.Search engine optimization, while organic, is all about lead generation as well.

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Paul Mize 2018-11-29
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This is a bit of a stunt being run by Frankie & Benny's to get us talking about issues, but it also seems to be a genuine way of getting a child fed for free so... why not?

The idea is that between November 29 and December 7, there's to be a Box of Shame on offer within participating branches.

Should a parent place their phone in the box and commit to at least 45 minutes of interacting with their child over a dinner, the child's meal is free.

That seems like a good deal, even if it does mean missing out on reading what some people you half know think about politics for short while.

The ISSUE Frankie & Benny's is using to make this sound like a clever bit of thinking and not just an attempt to get dad to book in for a cheap dinner, is that children are aware that mum and dad find their phones more interesting to look at than their button-nosed little faces.

A survey of 1,500 parents and children found that around 20 per cent of kids admitted to believing their parents liked looking at and interacting with the precious little Huawei P10 Lites much more than them, while nearly ten per cent of kids owned up to hiding a parent's smartphone in a desperate attempt to get some attention.

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Paper Pinecone 2019-07-29

There are approximately 99,000 schools and institutions that feed 30 million children each year as part of the USDA’s school meal programs and due to changes in the USDA’s Regulatory Reform Agenda, there are some new changes to the 2010 nutritional standards set by the Obama Administration’s Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.

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Donald Broussard 2017-11-27

An anonymous reader quotes NBC News: Smoking kills 1,200 people a day.

The tobacco companies worked to make them as addictive as possible.

There is no such thing as a safer cigarette.

Ads with these statements hit the major television networks and newspapers this weekend, but they are not being placed by the American Cancer Society or other health groups.

They're being placed by major tobacco companies, under the orders of the federal courts.

"The ads will finally run after 11 years of appeals by the tobacco companies aimed at delaying and weakening them," the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights, National African American Tobacco Prevention Network and the Tobacco-Free Kids Action Fund said in a joint statement.

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Charles Pete 2016-08-03
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YouTube Red is a great service if you want to get rid of those pesky ads, but there s one group of people that hasn t been able to enjoy YouTube ad-free: kids.

Well, that s finally changing.

YouTube Kids — a video service from YouTube aimed at allowing parents to let their kids watch videos without stumbling across anything inappropriate for their age — is finally integrating with YouTube Red.

Basically, kids can now watch videos without ads, as long as their parents pay for it.

Of course, YouTube Red isn t just great for watching videos without ads — it also lets you download videos for offline use.

In other words, if you re heading on a long car drive, you can now download a few videos for the kids to watch on the way.

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Rosalie Bishop 2018-11-14
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On Tuesday, e-cigarette maker Juul announced an aggressive-sounding plan to prevent kids from using its nicotine products, including stopping the sale of most flavored pods in more than 90,000 US retail stores and shutting some of its social media accounts.

“We’re deeply concerned about the epidemic of youth use of e-cigs.

Voluntary action is no substitute for regulatory steps FDA will soon take,” Gottlieb tweeted after Juul publicized its plan.

For instance, Juul said it had stopped accepting retail orders on flavors like mango, fruit, creme, and cucumber, which represent an estimated 55 percent of its sales.

As part of the plan, Juul is shutting its US-based Facebook and Instagram accounts.

“Even if Juul pulls back, young customers will keep doing the marketing for them through their own posts on Instagram, YouTube, and other social media,” says Vince Willmore, a spokesperson for the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.

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Berita Terkini 2019-12-20
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Katadata.co.id - Instagram issued several new policies to make pplatformnya is safe for the user.

First, Instagram features to fight bullying (abuse).

Features that will oversee the caption for the photo or video is considered the attacking (offensive) was launched 16 December 2019.

This feature is equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) that is able to recognize various forms of abuse verbal in Instagram.

The user will also know when the user account at risk of violating the rules of Instagram, including the spread of false news.

The feature will be launched globally in the coming months, including in Indonesia.

Trisha Lewis 2019-05-22
img

More than 125 public health groups have called on social media giants to end the promotion of tobacco products on their platforms, including through the use of influencers.

In an open letter to the bosses of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat, the organisations called for an end to the “aggressive” advertising of all tobacco products and e-cigarettes on social media.

Read more: Influencer use of ad more than doubles in a year

The letter cited a recent Reuters report, which revealed cigarette giant Philip Morris had carried out a marketing campaign for its new “heated tobacco” device using online influencers.

While social media companies have advertising policies preventing the promotion of tobacco products, these rules do not extend to influencer posts, although it is understood Facebook and Instagram is set to update its policy to restrict all tobacco-related marketing.

The groups said the loophole was allowing the “rampant” marketing of cigarette products, and called on social media firms to take immediate action to ban the practice.

Dion Esparza 2019-08-21
img

Many PSAs about the opioid crisis focus on the sufferers themselves—and their plights as they try to get better—like this Truth campaign from the Ad Council that used a video display in New York to let passersby watch an opioid addict named Rebekkah endure her first three days of detox.

But a new campaign from the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids explores the dire impact that opioid addiction has on families and loved ones.

The goal of the effort is to raise awareness of the many resources the nonprofit has available for families, like its helpline and peer-to-peer parent coaching program.

Created by Terri & Sandy pro bono, a 30-second spot shows a married couple embroiled in disagreements and arguments over how they should handle their son’s addiction.

At the end, a Google-esque search appears that reads: “How can I save my child and my marriage?”

The spot, which also includes 15-second versions, is running nationally across TV, digital and social channels.

Edward Hudson 2018-09-05
img

New research out of the University of Waterloo has found a way to improve the voice query understanding capabilities of home entertainment platforms.

The research, in collaboration with the University of Maryland and Comcast Applied AI Research Lab, uses artificial intelligence (AI) technology to achieve the most natural speech-based interactions with TVs to date.

"Today, we have become accustomed to talking to intelligent agents that do our bidding - from Siri on a mobile phone to Alexa at home.

Why shouldn't we be able to do the same with TVs?"

asked Jimmy Lin, a professor at the University of Waterloo and David R. Cheriton Chair in the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science.

"Comcast's Xfinity X1 aims to do exactly that - the platform comes with a 'voice remote' that accepts spoken queries.

jolia mark 2021-05-18
img

You have to generate new leads, but how?

What does it take to bring in people who really want what you're selling?

To start your education, check out the many helpful tips and tricks below as soon as possible, the most important things for small businesses or business owners is lead generation and get quality leads or sales lead for them business.Make sure your landing page is ready for visitors before you generate a lot of promising leads.

Otherwise, simply live and learn and move on.Reward your current loyal customers for providing you leads.

Visit businesses and ask them about who they're currently using for whatever it is you're selling, then let them know why you're the better option.

That may mean advertising or it may mean becoming a thought leader in the community.Don't forget about having a follow-up plan.

Gibson Klitgaard 2020-06-03

Trying to get new leads for your business without the proper education and tools is like trying to find something in the dark.

The following advice is designed to help you understand how to generate leads within your business.Ask your current customers to pass on word about your company to those they know.

If so, be Tony Jia to show up at the event yourself so you can shake hands and get face time with potential leads.Use customized quality content to generate more leads for you.

If a person stays on a page to read what you've written, you're already one step ahead of the game.

This often translates into more sales and sign-ups!Talk to business owners in related industries.

For example, if you own a shop where you sell balloons, talking to a florist about a joint venture is a great way to get leads from another business.Search engine optimization, while organic, is all about lead generation as well.

Paper Pinecone 2019-07-29

There are approximately 99,000 schools and institutions that feed 30 million children each year as part of the USDA’s school meal programs and due to changes in the USDA’s Regulatory Reform Agenda, there are some new changes to the 2010 nutritional standards set by the Obama Administration’s Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.

Charles Pete 2016-08-03
img

YouTube Red is a great service if you want to get rid of those pesky ads, but there s one group of people that hasn t been able to enjoy YouTube ad-free: kids.

Well, that s finally changing.

YouTube Kids — a video service from YouTube aimed at allowing parents to let their kids watch videos without stumbling across anything inappropriate for their age — is finally integrating with YouTube Red.

Basically, kids can now watch videos without ads, as long as their parents pay for it.

Of course, YouTube Red isn t just great for watching videos without ads — it also lets you download videos for offline use.

In other words, if you re heading on a long car drive, you can now download a few videos for the kids to watch on the way.

Danny Knackstedt 2021-03-23
img
Mobile games are everywhere, yet not all of them may be suitable for kids. In this list, we pick some of the best free kids games for Android and iOS.
David Cox 2019-10-17
img

In its latest effort to appease regulators, electronic-cigarette maker Juul said Thursday it would stop selling its creme-, fruit-, berry-, and mango-flavored pods in the US until the products have been reviewed by the US Food and Drug Administration.

The company will, however, continue to sell its popular menthol-based flavors, including mint.

Juul has faced a number of public setbacks in recent months.

The company is being investigated by the FDA, as well as the Federal Trade Commission, federal prosecutors in California, and several state attorneys general for advertising that allegedly misled users and made unverified claims about its products’ safety.

Adding to Juul’s woes, the e-cigarette industry has been under intense scrutiny since a mysterious vaping-related illness, now known as EVALI, spread across the US, sickening nearly 1,500 people and killing 33.

But the outbreak spurred several congressional hearings on the safety of the products and increased pressure on e-cigarette makers to demonstrate their products are safe and do not target children.

Monte Martin 2019-03-29
img

Tobacco companies are enlisting the help of social media influencers to promote traditional cigarettes and their brands to young people.

Big Tobacco is increasingly using social media to find new ways to hook young people on smoking, circumventing decades of laws restricting the marketing of traditional cigarettes to minors.

In major cities around the world such as Rio de Janeiro, Cairo, Jakarta and Milan, tobacco companies have been holding extravagant events with names like "K_Player" and "RedMoveNow" that were designed to connect with young people.

Those party-goers are carefully targeted young influencers, who are encouraged to share photos of their glamorous tobacco-sponsored adventures with friends and followers on social media using appealing hashtags like iamonthemove, decideyourflow and mydaynow.

This exploitation of social media's organic reach is one of the findings from a global research project I've been working on since 2016 with more than a dozen different scholars.

The anti-smoking advocacy group Tobacco-Free Kids noticed a lot of photos of young people with cigarettes turning up in their online scans of global social media and asked me to look into it.

Hsu Forrest 2020-05-24

A business is only as strong as its customers, and if you do not invest a lot of time and effort into reaching new customers, your sales will suffer.

Generating new leads for your business is important if you want to succeed.

Use Helpful Hints For Lead Generation Novices And Pros following advice to find and reach new customers.Buying Want To Improve Your Leadership Skills?

can be valuable in lead generation.

This often translates into more sales and sign-ups!Career fairs are a great place to generate leads if your business has a downline.

Even if it's not a long call, pitch it and get a meeting to continue the conversation.Find out if any local publications available for free fit within your niche.

Matt Ouellette 2018-04-28

Returning unwanted or leftover prescription drugs should be easy, but it isn’t in most of the country.

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) declared Saturday, April 28, 2018, National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

And Google rose to the occasion to help.

Google added a Drug Take Back Day function to Google Maps that finds official DEA Prescription Drug Take Back Day locations by either clicking on a map location and entering an address or zip code.

“Using Google Maps API, our team worked with the DEA to create a locator tool for the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day this Saturday, April 28.

The locator tool can help anyone find a place near them to safely dispose of leftover prescription medications.”

Paul Mize 2018-11-29
img

This is a bit of a stunt being run by Frankie & Benny's to get us talking about issues, but it also seems to be a genuine way of getting a child fed for free so... why not?

The idea is that between November 29 and December 7, there's to be a Box of Shame on offer within participating branches.

Should a parent place their phone in the box and commit to at least 45 minutes of interacting with their child over a dinner, the child's meal is free.

That seems like a good deal, even if it does mean missing out on reading what some people you half know think about politics for short while.

The ISSUE Frankie & Benny's is using to make this sound like a clever bit of thinking and not just an attempt to get dad to book in for a cheap dinner, is that children are aware that mum and dad find their phones more interesting to look at than their button-nosed little faces.

A survey of 1,500 parents and children found that around 20 per cent of kids admitted to believing their parents liked looking at and interacting with the precious little Huawei P10 Lites much more than them, while nearly ten per cent of kids owned up to hiding a parent's smartphone in a desperate attempt to get some attention.

Donald Broussard 2017-11-27

An anonymous reader quotes NBC News: Smoking kills 1,200 people a day.

The tobacco companies worked to make them as addictive as possible.

There is no such thing as a safer cigarette.

Ads with these statements hit the major television networks and newspapers this weekend, but they are not being placed by the American Cancer Society or other health groups.

They're being placed by major tobacco companies, under the orders of the federal courts.

"The ads will finally run after 11 years of appeals by the tobacco companies aimed at delaying and weakening them," the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights, National African American Tobacco Prevention Network and the Tobacco-Free Kids Action Fund said in a joint statement.

Rosalie Bishop 2018-11-14
img

On Tuesday, e-cigarette maker Juul announced an aggressive-sounding plan to prevent kids from using its nicotine products, including stopping the sale of most flavored pods in more than 90,000 US retail stores and shutting some of its social media accounts.

“We’re deeply concerned about the epidemic of youth use of e-cigs.

Voluntary action is no substitute for regulatory steps FDA will soon take,” Gottlieb tweeted after Juul publicized its plan.

For instance, Juul said it had stopped accepting retail orders on flavors like mango, fruit, creme, and cucumber, which represent an estimated 55 percent of its sales.

As part of the plan, Juul is shutting its US-based Facebook and Instagram accounts.

“Even if Juul pulls back, young customers will keep doing the marketing for them through their own posts on Instagram, YouTube, and other social media,” says Vince Willmore, a spokesperson for the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.