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Fb faces an advertiser revolt – TechCrunch

Facebook takes (small) steps to enhance its content material insurance policies as advertisers be part of a broad boycott, founder Alexis Ohanian is leaving Initialized Capital and Waze will get a brand new look. Right here’s your Every day Crunch for June 29, 2020. 1. As advertisers revolt, Facebook commits...

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Apple’s first digital WWDC keynote set a brand new customary for distant shows – TechCrunch

In a preshow submit, I in contrast the upcoming digital WWDC to late-season “M*A*S*H.” In the event you watched the present throughout its authentic run or have since binged it on Netflix or Hulu, you’re seemingly conscious of the producers’ uncomfortable transition away from utilizing amusing observe. It was an...

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Fb will allow you to flip off political adverts – TechCrunch

Facebook provides a private off change for political adverts, T-Cell lays off lots of of Dash workers and a content material administration platform raises $80 million. Right here’s your Each day Crunch for June 17, 2020. 1. Facebook adds option for US users to turn off political ads, launches voting...

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mParticle raises $45M to assist entrepreneurs unify buyer knowledge – TechCrunch

mParticle, which helps firms like Spotify, Paypal and Starbucks umanage their buyer knowledge, is asserting that it has raised $45 million in Sequence D funding. Co-founder and CEO Michael Katz informed me that the corporate has benefited from broader shifts — like new privateness regulation and the shift away from...

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Brexit advert blitz information agency paid by Vote Depart broke privateness legal guidelines, watchdogs discover – TechCrunch

A joint investigation by watchdogs in Canada and British Columbia has discovered that Cambridge Analytica-linked information agency, Aggregate IQ, broke privateness legal guidelines in Fb ad-targeting work it undertook for the official Vote Depart Brexit marketing campaign within the UK’s 2016 EU referendum. A fast reminder: Vote Depart was the official...

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Amnesty Worldwide newest to slam surveillance giants Fb and Google as “incompatible” with human rights – TechCrunch

Human rights charity Amnesty International is the most recent to name for reform of surveillance capitalism — blasting the enterprise fashions of “surveillance giants” Fb and Google in a brand new report which warns the pair’s market dominating platforms are “enabling human rights hurt at a inhabitants scale”. “[D]regardless of...