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www.sneezz.info   is an interactive website on global activities, observing the Lake Geneva Region and the creative Wide World, where major challenges facing mankind are addressed.

What will daily life be like tomorrow? Geneva is one of the main hubs of global negotiations searching for an answer to this question. Citizens, civil society, journalists, students, researchers, international servants, NGOs, artists, writers, photographers, films makers, experts, decision makers, enterprises, farmers and everyone worldwide all need to know what is at stake in their field of activity. 

www.sneezz.info is an accessible, concise and independent digest of "the best of Geneva’s planetary agora" based on a aggregation of international press and independant articles. This platform will provide actors the context to play their role as global citizens. 

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Livre. Lecture essentielle pour l'histoire politique: Mythes et mythologies politiques

SYNTHESE Raoul Girardet (1917-2013)  est un historien, ancien membre de l'Action française et de l'OAS, il a été un militant très impliqué à l'extrême droite mais reste tout de même intéressant et lucide dans ses analyses historiques.

The Future of Marketing Is Bespoke Everything

MARKET. Personalized hair masks, facial serums, and vitamin cocktails are no longer reserved for the wealthy, thanks to technology—and data collection.

Facebook Says It Already Deleted More Than 2 Billion Fake Accounts This Year

MONSIEUR SUCRE. Facebook announced Thursday that the company killed more than 2 billion fake accounts in the first quarter, a huge total even by Facebook’s standards.

The Silicon Valley giant trumpeted the numbers in its Community Standards Enforcement report, which claims the platform is policing itself more proactively. The company also claimed that automated tools are catching more harmful content before users see it.

Sanders, Warren, and Wyden slam Assange indictment, a renegade use of the espionage act criminalize journalism

THE JUSTICE department filed 17 charges against WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange on Thursday, deploying the controversial Espionage Act as a cudgel against First Amendment protections and press freedom. It’s the first time the U.S. government has used the Espionage Act to prosecute a publisher, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists. 

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