Real Estate "Love Letters" Fall Out of Favor
"Love letters" belong in the hands of a significant other, not a home seller, a growing number of realtors say.
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"Love letters" belong in the hands of a significant other, not a home seller, a growing number of realtors say.
Sensical Takes An Algorithm-Free Approach To Kids' Streaming | AdExchanger
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A new tool that crowdsources CCPA violation allegations creates gray areas for businesses
"I think it's an interesting tactic because it kind of puts the consumer in the attorney general's office and helps them in the policing function," said Jessica B. Lee, partner, chair, privacy, security and data innovations at law firm Loeb and Loeb. 1
"Similar to tools automating letters for political advocacy causes, it spits out a draft letter after questions are answered. 1
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