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Nils Papendorf
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Impressum: http://www.npapendorf.com/impressum/ Onliner who is very interested in social media, mobile and search engines. Proud father of two fantastic kids - likes scuba diving, sailing and is "relativly" active on Twitter: @NPapendorf - give me a hint if you have further questions.
Impressum: http://www.npapendorf.com/impressum/ Onliner who is very interested in social media, mobile and search engines. Proud father of two fantastic kids - likes scuba diving, sailing and is "relativly" active on Twitter: @NPapendorf - give me a hint if you have further questions.

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Ist das Ende von Social in Social Media nah?

Oder bedeuten die Entwicklungen der letzten Monate das Social Media nicht mehr es selbst ist?

https://www.der-bank-blog.de/das-ende-social/social-media/24582/ 

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Wie sollten Unternehmen auf Hasskommentare in Social Media reagieren?
https://www.der-bank-blog.de/hasskommentare-in-sozialen-medien/social-media/23035 "Thema, dem wir uns (leider) stellen müssen!"

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Apple Pay startet in Frankreich: Mit Großbritannien und der Schweiz ist es das ... http://ow.ly/2rZD302pS8O

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US-Grenzschutz will Social-Media-Daten im Einreiseverfahren abfragen http://ow.ly/s81h301Eobu

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Dos and Don'ts in Email Marketing http://goo.gl/O4b5hU

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Social Commentary: Do Animals Have The Right To Work For A Living?
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Critics of animal rights argue that animals are unable to enter into a social contract, and thus cannot be possessors of rights, a view summed up by the philosopher Roger Scruton, who writes that only humans have duties, and therefore only humans have rights. A parallel argument, known as the utilitarian position, is that animals may be used as resources so long as there is no unnecessary suffering; they may have some moral standing, but they are inferior in status to human beings, and insofar as they have interests, those interests may be overridden, though what counts as necessary suffering or a legitimate sacrifice of interests varies considerably. Certain forms of animal rights activism, such as the destruction of fur farms and animal laboratories by the Animal Liberation Front, have also attracted criticism, including from within the animal rights movement itself, as well as prompted reaction from the U.S. Congress with the enactment of the "Animal Enterprise Protection Act" (amended in 2006 by the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animal_rights

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