Jenny Gephardt, Facebook, Dukakis discussed on Ric Edelman

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Sunny on Thursday High around 60. Right now. Partly sunny 64 degrees in Beverly 65 in Avon and 64 in Boston. Actress Olympia Dukakis has died at the age of 89. She passed away yesterday morning in New York. Dukakis won an Oscar as shares mother in a comedy Moonstruck. She also played the mom to Kirstie Alley. And Look who's talking. And received rave reviews as a widow in the movie, Steel Magnolias, Olympia Dukakis was born in Lowell graduated from Arlington High, got her master's degree in performing Arts and BU. She was also the cousin off former Governor Michael Dukakis. Enrollment in Boston public schools dropping just over 4% this year. With the decline concentrated among black and Hispanic students. The decrease was highest in the elementary grades in the last three years. Meanwhile, Boston schools have seen about an 8.3% decline in enrollment. Apple and Facebook now on a collision course after Apple made it harder for APS to track users online activity in its latest mobile operating system update. Here's more from CBS is Adrian Ideas, Apple users must now give permission for APS to track your online activity down. Before you could only opt out. It's about time. Jenny Gephardt is with the privacy nonprofit, The Electronic Frontier Foundation. Switching from Opt out to captain is here that is that's going to really Make a lot more users opt out of this tracking feature, but it wasn't built for user's. It was built for advertisers. But companies like Facebook and Google generate billions and online advertising harvesting your data. Facebook said. Apples move will harm their small business advertisers, and it's about profit, not privacy. Also, I want to mention that Facebook took out a full page ad in The New York Times to oppose.

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