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Dear Elisangela, I am writing this open letter to you today regarding the written content you have used for your online company named Elgos.co.uk. I was informed that my written content had been plagiarised and your domain name was given to me so I could take further action. After months of in-depth research, skilled writing and continuous efforts to set up and maintain an online business, I am repulsed to see my content and website layout plagiarised by you, Elisangela Gomes. If your ambition is to become an established copywriter, I strongly advise that you learn how to carry out relevant research and produce fresh content from scratch in order to reflect your style and not mine. I am flattered of course but I am more disgusted by the dishonesty of your company image...
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Today I would like to write on behalf of every PR professional. My Dear Journalist friends I would like to humbly submit that we very grateful to all of you as we can do nothing without you guys, seriously there is no pun in this statement. But let's analyze how the world would be without PR professionals: No phone calls from PR: Your days would be so peaceful with no calls from PR professional. How beautiful it would be that you would have all time of the day to just concentrate on your story. But wait, who will feed you with the information? Do you really have to decide on a story every day? What about access to the right spokesperson? You might have to call the reception of an office 10 times to get to the right person, but then even if you get to the right person what's...
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Dear President Sarkozy, The Civil Society Internet Governance Caucus (IGC) is an open forum of individual and organisational civil society actors who came together in the context of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) to promote global public interest objectives in Internet governance policy making (see http://www.igcaucus.org). We understand that the French Presidency of the G8 proposes to hold a G8 Internet meeting - the "eG8 Forum" - immediately prior to the G8 Summit in Deauville, with a view to prepare or influence the agenda for the G8 Summit regarding key global Internet issues. We also understand that many heads of states of G8 countries are expected to attend this meeting. The meeting is especially important since in the past G8 has set up the global agenda...
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Dear Ambassador Froman, The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) of South Africa is extremely concerned with recent attempts by the US government to discourage and curb the globe’s supply of affordable generic medicines available from India. Specifically, we object to the placement of India on the US ‘Special 301 Watch List’ over objections to the country’s intellectual property system, as well as subsequent condemnation from Members of Congress stemming from US pharmaceutical industry pressure, and attempts by a group of US commercial businesses (under the banner of ‘Alliance for Fair Trade with India’) to influence Vice President Biden’s current meetings in India. Through the development of its effective generic manufacturing industry, India has become an essential source of affordable...
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Dear Airlines, So things got tough a few years ago—jet-fuel prices skyrocketed, low-cost carriers put the squeeze on, profits nose-dived. You had to make big changes. We understood, we gave you space. And in spite of what your many, many critics say, you actually got a few things right. Tickets now cost some 30 percent less than they did in 1980. We can go between just about any two cities on earth in less than 24 hours, an achievement arguably as momentous as the advent of the Internet. And for more than six years, U.S. carriers haven't logged one significant crash. But when it comes time to board, cheap tickets and global shrinkage just can't compensate for the pain you inflict. Cramped seats, trashed interiors, lost baggage, and long delays—flying these days is about as...
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Dear Sirs, I am appealing to the International Gaming Industry to review the way in which health and safety issues are currently dealt with, it is my believe that they are inadequate and not focussed on the target market. Particulary in the case of the Online Gaming sector where we are calling for the Industry to adopt a common standard across all platforms. The very serious risk of DVT and resultant Pulmonary Embolisom should not be taken lightly and steps made to bring "Pre Game Advice Videos" onto the actual games during the "Boot Up" together with reminder "Pop Up Advisories" to remind players to take a break during Gameplay is what Take Time Out is calling for. If the game is not " DVT Approved" with "Active Alerts" this must be shown on packaging. Parents buying games...
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Dear Sir, New Zealand sheep farmers have seen their share of the retail price of New Zealand lamb in Europe shrink from 80% 40 years ago 45% in 2001 to less than 20% currently. Compare sheepmeats to the poultry industry where chicken producers get nearer 50% of the retail price of their product. 75% of the world across border sheepmeats trade is New Zealand grown yet due to the highly fragmented structure of New Zealand’s industry we are failing to take advantage of this position. In fact it is the supermarkets, who have themselves consolidated into a few, powerful buyers, that are taking advantage. We now have a chance to finally cooperate as farmers and form a company owned by farmers that can make the most of our strong position. We beg our cooperatives and especially their...
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Dear Barter Professionals, Just when I thought things were getting better, you had to go out and prove me wrong. Video is already the chosen internet medium of now, not some future thing that will be beneficial ten years from now. The net has caught up to and passed your creative prowess a decade ago. It is unacceptable to produce terrible videos now. A year ago, heck even six months ago, I would post those videos on this site as an example of good business practice…from now on I will be posting only two kinds of video: the examples of fantastic work, and the examples of terrible video. I will be clearly marking each video as such. Allow me to suggest that if you don’t want your video ridiculed for the whole barter industry to see, make something good, make something classy, spend some...
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Dear Sirs, This evening, as the Second Reading of the Digital Economy Bill was heard in the House of Commons, you were watched by a great many people. Many of these people had never watched Parliament in session before. Almost universal was the horror and anger at the affront to the democratic process which was unfolding before our eyes. This letter is addressed to you because you stated your support for the bill, and helped ensure its passage to the compressed “wash-up” stage of proceedings, despite the wide-ranging, contentious and to many unknown provisions it includes. Some of you expressed your dismay at the contempt shown for the House, the lack of scrutiny which has been afforded, and your deep concerns with respect to certain provisions. Despite this, you pledged your...
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Dear Ministers, I understand that the new Scottish Planning Policy is due to be announced on Monday 23rd June 2014. I am writing to you to express my support for the Concerned Communities of Falkirk (CCoF) position with regard to planning controls for unconventional gas developments. Their assessment of this industry and proposals for its de facto self-regulation, as well as their concerns about the potential public health impacts of such developments (including impacts on mental health and well-being as well as physical health), are based on some sound evidence. The economic, social and energy arguments for the industry do not convince yet the hazards and risks posed by the industry are potentially considerable and will not currently be regulated effectively. Organisations such as...
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