When Donald Trump pulled off a stunning victory to win the U.S. presidency, the entire world began to speculate about what a Trump administration will look like. As the chief executive of a native advertising network, I — and many others that work in digital media — am keeping a particularly close eye on how…
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According to China has set-up a fund that will eventually reach 100 billion yuan (US $14.55 billion) to support investment in the internet sector.
For now, the agency states that “30 billion yuan from state-owned banks and enterprises, including the ICBC, which invested 10 billion yuan.”
<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” data-lang=”en”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”>China launches 14.6 bln USD Internet investment fund, with Internet users rising to 731 million <a href=”https://t.co/17pAvIaOfh”>https://t.co/17pAvIaOfh</a> <a href=”https://t.co/UaDeKH1xiT”>pic.twitter.com/UaDeKH1xiT</a></p>— China Xinhua News (@XHNews) <a href=”https://twitter.com/XHNews/status/823189174056603649″>January 22, 2017</a></blockquote>
Earlier today Trump tweeted the following.
In other words, we are lead to conclude that the network AONN (One American News Network) has conducted its own independent research and that this investigation found that Trump dossier is false.
Trump does not provide a link to any story on AONN, not even the link to the channel itself, just the twitter account.
Indeed, if you search for “complete fraud” nothing that relates to the Trump dossier exists.
So the tactic is as follows, deflect attention to another source and hope that most people will not bother to search further.
One American News Network is owned by Herring Network Inc. According to Bloomberg, it has no key executives recorded. In other words we don’t know who is behind it.
Where is the fraud report?
Competition that results in better care for people suffering from visual impairments is the right kind of competition. Following a path similar to that of Google’s DeepMind, Microsoft India announced this morning that it’s launching a new research group, the Microsoft Intelligent Network for Eyecare, to bring data-driven eyecare services to India. Whereas DeepMind’s… Read More
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