OK, folks, this is potentially very serious: Trump may be about to impose tariffs on European cars in the name of national security. This would be a disaster on multiple levels 1/ https://t.co/m3bNAwYlHn
Klobuchar seems willing to say one word that often goes unspoken by presidential candidates: No. From Medicare for all to the Green New Deal to free college, she's resisted the urge to pander as she tests the balance between pragmatism and purity. #KlobucharTownHall
So Democrats will run on proposals to expand healthcare and child care, while the GOP screams about socialism and scary brown people. And news analyses will say that both sides are descending into the gutter. https://t.co/xLNxFATGtk
None of the articles I'm coming across are showing a -confirmation- that any of the US major banks are using XRP and we must keep in mind that neither the SEC or the CFTC has openly stated that XRP is not an ICO or security.
In any event the project of labeling "harmful" misinformation (which both YT + FB are doing now) seems doomed, since it's based on circular reasoning. A conspiracy theory is harmful once it causes harm; until then, it's just internet weirdos talking about directed energy weapons.
Dawson (who seems mostly harmless) aside, the point is that YouTube's misinformation problem is tangled up in its prestige creator network, in ways that are meaningfully different from other platforms.
Diverse perspectives are incredibly valuable in investment management. Seema Hingorani explains how CFA charterholders can provide thinking that reflect the views of a global society. https://t.co/EBVKFHcBLw