Online advertising – Inigo Tech http://inigo-tech.com/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 22:26:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://inigo-tech.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/favicon-18-150x150.png Online advertising – Inigo Tech http://inigo-tech.com/ 32 32 Felon suspected of advertising fentanyl online arrested after ‘clients’ turn out to be cops https://inigo-tech.com/felon-suspected-of-advertising-fentanyl-online-arrested-after-clients-turn-out-to-be-cops/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 20:06:09 +0000 https://inigo-tech.com/felon-suspected-of-advertising-fentanyl-online-arrested-after-clients-turn-out-to-be-cops/ A man arrested on suspicion of selling narcotics to Costa Mesa police detectives, who responded to an online ad offering fentanyl for sale, pleaded not guilty last week to multiple counts. drug and firearm possession charges, according to court records. The police department shared news of the arrest Wednesday in a Facebook post, describing how […]]]>

A man arrested on suspicion of selling narcotics to Costa Mesa police detectives, who responded to an online ad offering fentanyl for sale, pleaded not guilty last week to multiple counts. drug and firearm possession charges, according to court records.

The police department shared news of the arrest Wednesday in a Facebook post, describing how the suspect advertised the sale of fentanyl to Costa Mesa on an unnamed online marketplace. He further told the officers that he had access to firearms.

Detectives agreed to meet the salesman at a Fullerton-area motel, where they purchased 2 ounces of fentanyl, police said. Shortly after the purchase, officers arrested the suspect – identified as Christopher John Ricci, 34, of Berkeley – for possession of narcotics with intent to sell.

Ricci was also found in possession of a large sum of cash and a key to a motel room, according to the publication. Officers conducting a records check determined that Ricci was on post-release community supervision, a form of probation that helps offenders rehabilitate and reintegrate into society, and had two outstanding warrants.

Detectives determined that the key to the room in Ricci’s possession was from the motel where they met him and searched the room, where they allegedly found 3 pounds of fentanyl, 20 morphine pills, a digital scale, more money, numerous firearms, a ballistic vest and over 100 rounds of ammunition.

A subsequent investigation into firearms recovered from the motel room revealed they had been taken from a storage unit in a nearby town and belonged to someone who was unaware they had been stolen, police said.

Ricci appeared in a Westminster courtroom on January 6, where he pleaded not guilty to five counts of possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell and to have been found with ammunition during his probation, court records indicate.

His next court appearance is scheduled for January 20.

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Dippidi launches 2022 with new marketing services for real estate agents https://inigo-tech.com/dippidi-launches-2022-with-new-marketing-services-for-real-estate-agents/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 20:43:24 +0000 https://inigo-tech.com/dippidi-launches-2022-with-new-marketing-services-for-real-estate-agents/ Marketing technology company Dippidi will roll out new services for its real estate agent clients in 2022. Launched in 2019, Dippidi supports brokers and agents in the creation and execution of online advertising campaigns, particularly on Facebook and Google’s PPC platform. He serves as a strategic administrator, helping agents determine how to reach new and […]]]>

Marketing technology company Dippidi will roll out new services for its real estate agent clients in 2022.

Launched in 2019, Dippidi supports brokers and agents in the creation and execution of online advertising campaigns, particularly on Facebook and Google’s PPC platform.

He serves as a strategic administrator, helping agents determine how to reach new and existing contacts by overlapping databases with current revenue goals. Campaigns can be created to collect new leads or market a new list, among other reasons. The company offers regular meetings to measure and analyze, and it helps apply marketing budgets to audience building.

One of the most unique but critical customer requirements of Dippidi is that ad spend starts at $ 500. The number is probably difficult to manage for a number of new agents, but it helps prove that advertising requires a financial and operational commitment.

“Typically we spend around 60% of that budget on remarketing, whether it’s for their database, website visitors, Google PPC, or video viewers,” Dippidi co-founder Tyler Auerbacher said in a 2020 Inman report.

This month, Dippidi will offer a new limitless level of Facebook ad planning, creation and placement. The cost will be around $ 700, Auerbacher said during a phone call with Inman. The new account service will start on January 31. Auerbacher envisions some clients running six to eight individual ads per month.

Dippidi will also launch video ads and content on YouTube as part of the rollout of new features.

Auerbacher told Inman the company hired a creative designer to lead organic content creation as part of its “content market.” Agents will be able to purchase a la carte graphics and content for inclusion in their campaigns or any self-directed web marketing effort.

The Dippidi Content Library will launch in February and prices will vary based on usage and complexity. Users can purchase packs of blog posts, for example, or industry-related infographics and images.

Since launching, Dippidi has partnered with a number of notable real estate CRM and digital commerce companies to quickly connect mutual users. It works with Chime, AgentFire, and Sierra Interactive.

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Greater transparency online is key to defending democracy https://inigo-tech.com/greater-transparency-online-is-key-to-defending-democracy/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 14:40:34 +0000 https://inigo-tech.com/greater-transparency-online-is-key-to-defending-democracy/ The writer is director of international policy at the Cyber ​​Policy Center at Stanford University. American democracy is under threat, that’s clear. This fundamental realization has been slow to take hold in the United States, but since the assault on Capitol Hill a year ago, it has finally gained traction. The fact that there is […]]]>

The writer is director of international policy at the Cyber ​​Policy Center at Stanford University.

American democracy is under threat, that’s clear. This fundamental realization has been slow to take hold in the United States, but since the assault on Capitol Hill a year ago, it has finally gained traction.

The fact that there is no consensus on the origin of the threat to the foundations of the republic testifies to the depth of the crisis. However, some developments are clear: plans to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power from Donald Trump to Joe Biden have been concocted on Facebook; conspiracies have spread on YouTube; and the “Big Lie” that Trump did not lose the 2020 presidential election has been amplified on numerous podcasts.

Over the past year, remarkably little has changed to ensure that hate speech does not lead to violence again. Legal and regulatory constraints on major tech platforms remain unchanged – and as long as they do, basic democratic principles will continue to fade.

Here are three initiatives that should help tip the scales backwards and revitalize democracy, starting with the online domain.

First, transparency in how social media platforms work is essential, but rare. It took more than a year for a team from ProPublica and the Washington Post to gain access to documents and posts from Facebook groups that offered ample evidence of the fomenting of hatred and violence. About 10,000 such messages were published each week between the November elections and the capture of Capitol Hill.

More often than not, academics who study our information environment quickly run into obstacles when trying to access data. For example, Facebook interrupted researchers at New York University last summer and still refuses to provide documents that the House special committee on the January 6 attack would like to investigate.

The Platform Transparency and Accountability Act currently before the Senate would create clear parameters for academic research. Similar access to information provisions are needed for lawmakers, journalists and watchdogs.

Second, we need to look beyond online discourse to understand the sources of harm as well as the solutions to them. Data harvesting and brokering gives advertisers the ability to create incredibly detailed targeting profiles. This practice whereby sensitive categories are collected and used invisibly to target advertisements, including political ones, is arguably at odds with anti-discrimination principles.

The United States needs federal data protection law and, at the very least, should ban advertising based on discriminatory categories. Facebook has pledged to no longer use race, sexual orientation, and religion to target ads, starting this month. But respect for the fundamental principle of non-discrimination should not depend on the goodwill of individual companies. It must be guaranteed by law.

Third, we must move from an ancillary responsibility to a structural responsibility. After the assault on Capitol Hill, open source investigations identified the perpetrators with the images they had proudly posted online themselves.

Numerous trials of those accused of participating in the violence have not yet started. Likewise, a national commission of inquiry into everything that happened on January 6 has yet to receive congressional approval.

The question is whether the online amplification of calls for violence and the possibility of an attempted insurgency will have real legal consequences. Regulatory efforts have so far focused on resolving market failures, not democratic or public policy failures. But defending democracy is worth tackling head on.

This would include clearer rules for online advertising and social media platforms, the accountability of tech companies that prove to be reckless, and extracting proactive commitments not to use shady tactics. Candidates for elections must make a commitment from the outset that their teams and consultants will not disseminate unproven claims about election results and voting requirements, nor disseminate and legitimize calls for violence.

Over the past year, we have learned that the greatest threat to American democracy is not foreign disinformation, but domestic terrorism. In light of this, we need to focus on what the United States can do at home to make their political system more resilient.

We can start to strengthen democracy through more transparency and accountability in the digital realm, and an honest look at how our rights are translated online and how we can protect them there.

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