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Natasha
Oath: Words words words. Journalist, geek, poet*, feminist** ~Owns cats, asks awkward questions~ *part-time **full-time | Tips to: natasha[at]techcrunch[dot]com
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Natasha 6h
No easy answers now madmen have clocked the power of ubiquitous social media
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Natasha 9h
Replying to @cccalum
That wouldn't be much of a PR strategy ;) They just ignore questions & requests for information and/or send their latest statement
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Ryan Gallagher 10h
One lesson from Rabbani judgment: if stopped under Sch 7 & you handle confidential info for work - make it immediately clear to officers.
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Natasha 10h
Replying to @cccalum
You'll find another clue to their formidable PR machine here ;) >
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Natasha 10h
Replying to @cccalum
A key part of PR is controlling the narrative so they offer selective access to spokespeople plus 'open letters' & self-serving statements
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Natasha 10h
Replying to @kimmaicutler @jack
Perhaps because is letting Trump send threats of nuclear annihilation in tweet form??
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Natasha 10h
Replying to @cccalum
Lol at the idea of Uber offering spokespeople for calls w/ journos on demand 😄They said they don't pass reports during R4 Today
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hal 15h
Dear . Why did you update your policy on Sept 21 to add? This language didn't appear in your policy prior to Sept 21
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Natasha 11h
Replying to @cccalum
They caveat rebuttal to TfL Greyball concern. Admit "mistake" in 1 Met police case & told R4 don't currently pass reports to police
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Natasha 12h
Replying to @cccalum @dds180 and 2 others
v odd analysis given Met Police's letter. Wonder if you read it. They accuse Uber of systematically misreporting serious criminal incidents
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Natasha 15h
Online petitions set up & marketed by multinationals to spin regulatory decisions they don't like rly should join the list of digital fakes
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Natasha 15h
Replying to @dds180 @cccalum and 2 others
Indeed. Initial response suggests its bad biz as usual for them
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Natasha 15h
Replying to @dds180 @cccalum and 2 others
Resolvable if Uber can indeed reform its business ops. Let's see!
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Natasha 15h
Replying to @cccalum @dds180 and 2 others
Maybe this long rambling rant will be more to your tastes? ;)
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Natasha 16h
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Natasha Sep 24
👇🏿👇🏿👇🏿👇🏿👇🏿
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Wolfgang Blau Sep 24
The bigger story tonight: Merkel lets more than one million refugees into Germany and then still manages to become Chancellor again.
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Adam Khan Sep 24
Replying to @Khanoisseur
AfD made heavy use of Facebook, Twitter, and enlisted a Texas-based company tied to Trump in final weeks of campaign to hone its messaging
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Natasha Sep 24
Replying to @hammerstyle
Ah yes 😄
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