18 Burst results for "Bergen Dorsey"

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

04:57 min | 2 weeks ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Data rados mushrooming dome and discuss it. When you discuss. It agree and disagree. He'll learning. we'll go quantum and comments kimball. Yes at the start of the show. Bert said something that went right along with the cliche of ignorance is bliss right and i got all these scary scenarios. He goes. well yes. it's a scary scenario. If you are informed. And i'm like it's not what i wanted to hear but if you are informed it's scary because you see what's coming down ice. I've spoken to so many people about what's happening. Oh everything's fine. Everything's good we're going to be fine. Don't worry about it. it's coming back to. Kobe is bliss sometimes. Because i'm scared to death. Because maybe i know more than i really wanna know. But that's what this was all about ignorance. You think so well to your point kim. It reminded me of when we spoke with row. Pal he said the same thing. Now that biden's in office everybody's in this utopia yes. He called it. The hope phase. You know the skies are clearing. But i think it's stagnant. Yeah yeah so. The thing here is rethought. Love the well into letter. There's a banner but he's got pictures. Cut collars which i like and this here is greed fear and greed index. You know so. It's extreme grade today and he talks about in here that you know the put and the call option ratios. Everybody is so bullish. They're only calling up and they're not hedging with a put option yet thought the same. Explain it the optimism is saw high and that's ignorance and i'm guessing as greed goes up. Intelligence goes down. yeah and so he. He's got his greed factor. Here is charged. A this is apple facebook and all those criminals out there drive on the stock price up. He's got tesla in here and it's got impetuous and collars. I'm not promoting burke. I don't get paid. I'm not saying you should buy anything he says but it's fair education and he puts it in a macro big picture comprehensive scenario. And you know one thing. We didn't talk about with bert. He's also deals in the psychology. A lot of the psychology of investing. Which is the piece. But so he watches behavior as well as the numbers in the chart which is probably as important if not more important when making those financial decisions. Yeah people are saying twenty twenty. One will be the worse. Some people say it'd be the best. Well that's up to you. It really is up to you and it could be. the best. could be the worst. Final words sarah. Well i of course. We love bert around here but he did say something to that. We've now heard three other times with other guests and that's about the central bank digital currency. And so. I think this should be a warning to our listeners. Like something if all of these experts are starting to save the same thing they need to start looking into it more because this will be the future right like. I goal sarah. Bitcoin a lot of bullets. Because the price of bullets has gone from ten cents to a buck. I've made more money on bullets. Anything else i've got troubles are going to sell them now. But they've really gone up in value price but anyway the thing that i'm about bitcoin and i came in i have substantial holdings and bitcoin is Jim rogers and burton's have other people have said if you mess with the franchise of the central bank which is printing money in the fed and the european central bank and the bank of japan. They control the money system and saw. Bitcoin is out there running around because screw. The central bank has jim. Rogers said on our show. Remember who has the guns and they will come and knock on your door Bergen dorsey can deep platform you the central bank and send the gestapo after you too. So we're messing with people's franchise. Here what i mean that. If you threaten mcdonald's they'd come after you you tutton kentucky fried chicken they come after you while when you mess with crypto you mess with the central bank and those guys and they got more guns in power you know in in. This is the wellington letter he talks about. Call me. He was the head of the fbi. You should read what he says about. Who komi me works for. It's shocking shocking. These guys are criminals but in that world their public service to your point. Trump tried to mess with the deep state. Same scenario power lot of corruption there. If dorsey nerd and zuckerberg another nerd and basil. Another nerd can take down the president united states. Who are you so don't mess but the fed so pay attention. We're still in bitcoin and all that we're watching but we gotta pay attention. That's the lesson. That's the message for the rich dad. Radio show make no recommendations. We just want you to be well-informed so again thank berkamen. Thank you all for listening to this show. Podcast is a part of the c. Suite radio network for more top business. Podcasts visit c desk. Sweet radio dot com..

Trump Bert apple dorsey nerd Jim rogers zuckerberg facebook ten cents One sarah today central bank Kobe european central bank bert burton burke gestapo one thing Bergen dorsey
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

07:27 min | Last month

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on The Talk Show

"She's former governor of south carolina. One of the few people involved in this whole administration who has a reputation intact. She tweeted Is certainly lower. But you know her opinion in the world of us politics you know. She tweeted after after twitter. gave him the boot the permanent boot Here's the tweet. Sentencing people not to mention the president of the. Us is what happens in china. Not our country hashtag unbelievable. And i've i've talked about this on my other show with the dithering with ben thompson. I this furious me. This one tweet capsule it's on. It's infuriating but i i salute her for so succinctly espousing this viewpoint of silence and Somebody named jameel. Jaffer tweeted a perfect response. Another way to look at. This is that forcing publishers to publish. The government. speech is what happens in china right and and that's good. That comes to the issue of agency that the jack dorsey should not feel obligated to host trump spouting. That's that's the opposite of. But this right it when i see these people say silencing if you replace it with shaming and disgracing it works. What they're saying is we don't want to be silenced. What they really mean is we don't want these viewpoints that we have to be shameful and disgraceful. We don't want this to be. We don't want this to be considered shameful discourse. We want this to be considered acceptable. Their argument is in about free speech. It's about consequences are saying they don't wanna have to bear the consequences of what they say. I'm so angry. Mike and you know we lose. We lose because we take the bait for years. We have been taking the bait trump says. Hey the venezuelans stole our election. Which is like what the fuck. Where did that come from. That's almost inspired. It's almost aspired that you could come up with something that in aid hugo shop but all of its pukekohe says who died ten years ago. Well i did. I don't know how can we be sure all of a sudden every newsroom in america is devoting like like thirty forty fifty news news reporting hours to to to see whether this is true or not i mean his his his evil evil evil genius is that he realized people will chase every inanity that comes out of his mouth and we're idiots because you know look at us we're still arguing about free speech and this issue has absolutely zero to do with free speech but yet that's that's that's what we're arguing about here so we already took the bait. We already terms of the power that they say this unchecked power the zaka bergen dorsey have over their platforms. And that it's too concentrated in the hands of a few that it is true that they have enormous power. I mean there's no question about it but whether it's it's unheralded or unprecedented. I would disagree. I would say that. The era when i grew up when you and i were kids when there were only three broadcast networks on television and every single adult almost every single adult in the nation is addicted to television to some degree. Yeah when there's only three networks that they had at least as much collective power on on the but but they wouldn't use it you a crackpot races. The john birch society did get on. Abc's sunday morning shows and and start spouting their lunacy. They kept it off. You know it was somebody like walter. Cronkite had a ton of right our but he also had a more code it. It definitely added tremendous amount of power. But and you know. I mean it was no joke. He was like the most. You know the gallup poll showed that. He was the most respected person in america after he retired. You know for years The i you know. It is dangerous and to have power in the hands of tremendous power in the hands of private citizens. But that's that's that's the way the system works. I mean and i don't know. Wh what regulation a government regulation of facebook and twitter and social networks should be. It's it's hard hard to say I mean i i. I would argue that the two white dudes on a podcast should not be the ones decided well. Luckily we won't be. Because i don't know what they are either but i know i know That we need something to me. The powerful thing that is happening at this moment as we speak this week. I is an tremendous shifting in public opinion. I mean trump has done so much. What are you doing popping pills over. There trump being name a running gag. John oliver zan oliver made we got him into a meme that he would do. Something or say something that was so scandalous and outrageous to right thinking people And and we would say we got him right. I mean most famously. The the access. Hollywood tape leaking before the election. Right seemed like how could this. How can you possibly still get elected when he's caught on tape saying ridiculous things. A truly profoundly just horrible offensive and you know we. We got him but this time we did this time we did get him because all of these times when in and he do all these things and his support remained almost unchanged i mean. We've we've had a year long pandemic that he told us a repeatedly on camera. I mean that's the thing. All these things on camera told us it was no worse than the flu. It was gonna wash away in april when the when the days get longer and gets a little bit little nicer weather in northern hemisphere. It'll just go away. I mean it just ridiculous. Things and support did not go down until until now his support has truly taken a tigon. Eleven or twelve point dive his support in change. And what would the other things that didn't change was. He remained white and he remained a racist. And that's what people were voting for. Let me take a break here. Thank our next sponsor. Oh man my happy to talk about. This tech memes. Ride home podcast..

John oliver Mike ben thompson Jaffer trump america april Eleven facebook china jameel south carolina this week ten years ago zan oliver three broadcast networks a year twelve point Cronkite three networks
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:34 min | Last month

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And I don't mean the oil treatment. Stone Temple pilots joining me now. A former backup bassist for the Stone Temple pilots and No now national correspondent, uh, for us, and Ah ah, lot of other stations in the country. Our good friend Michael Bauer. Good morning, sir. And good morning to you, my friend. How are you? How's that? Listen, Fingers limber, limber. They're feeling pretty Wait a minute, but I lost him. I hit a button and lost him. How do you like that? I lost Michael Bauer. Uh, you know, I've been meaning to explain. Did I mention it covert brain. I'm not making a joke. I mean, like serious covert brain. Like, uh, like, um there and I forget stuff or I do stuff. Run various got him. Got him right there. Michael, I'm so sorry, Michael. I am so sorry. I have covert break. Apparently, the SEC didn't like me talking about my limber fingers there. The reading into something. I think Jack Dorsey has something to do with that. I don't know. He kind of between Dr Bergen Dorsey. Yeah, I know. What do you have yet to like, we're done so, anyway, Speaking of done so the president got impeached yesterday for the second time. Um, Mitch McConnell While he's saying, you know, I don't know how I'm gonna vote. It said Well, we won't be voting before Election Day. Trying this? What are the president's plans? Uh, between the now and then? And and, you know, on the impeachment. Were there any surprises in the impeachment and see me? But you know what? I'm not Michael Bauer. Well, I mean, we I guess we knew that there was going to be some Republicans that we're gonna be siding with the Democrats in voting for the impeachment of President Trump. We were clear that that was going to happen. We didn't know we you know, we had heard as the as the votes were going in the debate was happening. You were starting to see more and more. So when you got a total of 10 Republicans that seem to be siding with the Democrats in regards to supporting the impeachment of President Trump, and by the way, More than a handful of other Republicans like a Texas representative who said Look, I don't I think that what the president said and did was wrong? I think it's impeachable. I just don't like the language of the way that this particular piece of legislation is written. I don't like the way this impeachment languages written like if they were to take it back. And change it up a little bit. Then he would support it as well. So whether or not that was the actual case, it's what he was saying yesterday when it came down to the debate. So you had some people that jumped on board to a total of 10. Republicans siding with the Democrats to cast their votes, and there's kind of a belief out there. First of all, that's certainly more than you had for the first round of impeachment for President Trump. But now you're looking at the possibility of what does that mean for the Senate? What would that mean? Going forward now? You know as far as the president is concerned. What he's going to do what? What he feels like we would have no idea. I mean, he has been removed from virtually all social media. We just got word that officially Snapchat will end. His account Come Inauguration day for Joe Biden, and that's after having suspended after the Capitol rides That happened last week, And that was one sort of a last little ditch effort that the Trump administration had for trying to get social media. Out there on some level Now, the other part of that is what are his plans? Will we get the same information that we've been getting for a matter of days? His public schedule for today is Trump will work from early in the morning till late in the evening. He will make many calls and have many meetings. Yeah, that's it. That's what we get, so I don't know what's gonna happen. We're group reports are. He was so angry with those Republicans yesterday that he wanted to go run over to the Capitol and defend himself. On some level. We're understanding that the messaging that's coming out of Mitch McConnell has got the president frustrated is Well, but it's unclear what his plans are, what's going to happen and where he can, you know, mobilize anything. At this point in time, it seems like Social media has removed a great deal of the voice of President Trump. It has retractable Michael Bauer, national correspondent So but meanwhile, there's talk about while the trial in the Senate and there's a lot of talk that This may never happen. And the reason is that Well. They want the 1st 100 days of the Biden administration to kind of be freed up in the Senate so they can get his people you know, Confirmed and the like. And then after 100 days What do you you know, Like after 100 days, you know, in our business in the news business in the attention span of most people that mind it'll be 10 years there. Some people might even be saying What impeachment At that point? Yeah. Yeah. And look, you're even seeing from former FBI director James Comey that he thinks that maybe the president should not only not be impeached. Especially, you know, post his his term, but maybe should even be pardoned from Joe Biden. If we're all ever expecting to get past any of this and get it, we'll get to a point where we might be able to heal on some level. So even he is coming out and suggesting that that be the case here because you know what you don't want to do is just continue to drag on the concerns of the hate. If you're Joe Biden, you're trying. You're trying to just get through Inauguration Day. And get on with whatever the plan is whatever game plan you guys have created for the 1st 100 days Plus, so there are calls for that. Certainly I think the other side of that is that you are seeing plenty of people We saw. The case is trying to be made for this yesterday that you can't There's got to be an answer for, um what they considered to be the insurrection of language or certainly. Knowing that you are making a call out to your base by claiming that this election was fraudulent when there was at least according to different court cases. No proof of that continuing that element seemed to be where a lot of the concerns in the social media companies are coming from and causing them to say that they don't want to be responsible for any of the violence. That's come back from this. I think, seeing the president last night with his video footage, I think there were a lot of AIDS that we're getting in his ear and legal team that we're getting in his ear saying, Look, you've got to make this 100% clear can be I don't want violence followed up by but the election was rigged..

president Michael Bauer President Trump Joe Biden Mitch McConnell Senate Stone Temple Trump Jack Dorsey Dr Bergen Dorsey SEC AIDS James Comey Texas representative FBI director
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:37 min | 3 months ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Your account gets taken down in the number of strikes varies depending on the amount the type of defense so people are posting terrorist content your child exploitation content than the first time. As they do it, then we will. We will take down their account for other things. It's multiple. I'd be happy to follow up afterwards. We try not Tonto. You close his account his account. Sorry. I didn't hear that. Will you commit to taking down that account? See, Ben is different. Sender. No, it's that That's not what our policies would suggest that we should do in this case for more on today's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, we're joined on the phone now by Washington Post technology reporter Cats, a crusty cat sick, risky How much of today's hearing was focused on President Trump's social media postings and how Twitter and Facebook has treated them. It was definitely a topic at the hearing that we heard a lot about specifically from Democrats who really were critical that the companies haven't gone far enough and moderating tweets from President Trump in the weeks since the election, and you know there's really that's kind of push and pull. It'll that we saw between what Republicans and what Democrats were saying on these issues because Democrats are making the case that It's not clear these labels are effective and that are, you know, really telling people that this is false information. But on the other hand, we heard from Republicans who were accusing the companies of going too far and said they were silencing conservative voices. But overall, we were expecting a heavy focus on that topic out security and it was something that came up frequently. But we also saw lawmakers jump from issued issue and it was the very unfocused and somewhat chaotic hearing that push and pull. You talk about Republicans saying that they went too far. Democrats saying they didn't do far enough was either side able to get Jack Dorsey or Mark Zucker Burg to agree on bake any policy changes in response to those concerns. What do you think we heard was the CEOs as they have in previous hearings stick really closely, just reiterating what their terms of services are, what their policies are and why and how they apply them. So I don't think that we heard them talking about many changes that they themselves they're going to make on their platforms that we hadn't heard about before today. But we did share them weigh in a little bit about how they think lawmakers could change the regulations in this area to perhaps created from changing the industry. You're one interesting moment that I think we heard today was Mark Zuckerberg, calling for industrywide transparency reports that would allow for apples to apples comparisons of how well these tech companies are doing with content moderation. Right now. Companies released these reports, but they vary widely from company to company. So for reporters like needy it's It's hard to compare how these companies are actually doing. So we did hear a greater openness. I think from the tech executives to talk about changing existing Internet laws, let exception to 30 of the Communications Decency Act. And others. Given the increasing political pressure took a little bit more about the section 2 30. How Congress could change. That is this sort of Ah, a stick that Congress could use to get Zuckerberg and Dorsey to address their concerns. It certainly is. There's been an intense scrutiny on section K 30, which is this decades old Internet wall that basically provides tech companies. Broad immunity from lawsuits for the content that people post on our services. And so this law is very important to the existence of these tech companies. Day we heard Dr Bergen Dorsey talk about how it would have been impossible for them to grow to the side that they are today. Without this law on the books and Adam lawmakers know how important it is to these tech companies, and they see that you know, part of the reason on the Democrat side. They think that companies have been hands off because they cannot face lawsuits for content harmful content that people are posting on their platforms from the same at the same time on the Republican side section, 2 30 also shield these companies from lawsuits over content, moderation decisions, and so Republicans are making the case that you know. Oh, if you're making these decisions that we repeatedly disagree with. Maybe you shouldn't have these legal protections in place. Maybe you shouldn't have these special protections, but Newspapers and other communications publishers don't have And so that's really a new area that lawmakers from both parties have zeroed in on the wall. They've signaled that it could be a bigger priority in the next Congress. But it's unclear where they go from here because there has been a lot of person in fighting over what what The reason is that these companies are being hauled in front of Congress. Today you talk about it possibly being a bigger priority in the next Congress. Is it a priority of a Biden administration? We've seen indications that it is as a candidate during the primary election of Joe Biden talked about the need to potentially revoke section 2 30. And so that was a pretty bold statement from the Biden camp on that issue. We haven't heard much, though. From the Biden administration on if they were to revoke section 2 30. What would a replacement Look like right? Because it would fundamental what? He'd be really problematic if you just got rid of this law altogether. And so I think you know, most people are talking more about reforming sections to 30. Then I'm feeling it out, right? And that remains to be seen. How abided by the administration would handle such an issue. You know, I think ever closely watching Who was involved in the transition who might be active on this and, you know, given the questions about the future of the Senate, and the fact that we've they have divided Congress again with Republicans. Control of the Senate. I think there's increasingly feeling that you know that this might have to be an issue where lawmakers are able to find a bipartisan consensus to really create major changes to the law. And I just finally listeners have gotten used tol anymore from the heads of these giant tech companies, especially during these remote hearings during coronavirus in the last 67 months or so, is that likely to continue in the 117th Congress are we're gonna be seeing Mark Circle Berg and Jack Dorsey more often on Capitol Hill. I think it will. One of the I think, most telling conclusions at the end, Senator of Richard Blumenthal said. You know, the only thing that's certain is that you'll be back, Mr Garcia, Mr Zuckerberg, and so I think we can expect to continue to see these hearings. We heard lawmakers from both sides of the idle talk about the importance not just a dress. Issues around content, moderation but also antitrust data privacy, many other tech policy issues and I think you know, it would really mean a lot of scrutiny just on social media and recent weeks given the election, But we also heard Blumenthal don't say Hey, like we really should have the CEO of Google and Amazon here testifying for us, too, so I think You know, all of these tech CEOs are certainly going to be back on Capitol Hill Enduring pandemic would soon that will continue to be via WebEx and and not in person, But really, it just kind of shows how the political tensions have shifted. You know Mark Zucker Burg made it 14 years of CEO Facebook without Testifying in front of Congress once and now, you know, he's been on the hill just 33 times just since July, so it really has shifted cats. Chris Key is a technology reporter with The Washington Post covered today's hearing. You can see her work at Washington post dot com. Appreciate your time. Thank you. Well a major announcement at the Pentagon today. Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller said today that the United States will reduce its military presence in Afghanistan to 2500 troops and 2500 troops in Iraq, both by January. The 15th of 2021 The United States has approximately 4500 troops currently in Afghanistan and more than 3000 in Iraq. Here's the acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller,.

Congress Jack Dorsey Joe Biden Mark Zuckerberg Mark Zucker Burg The Washington Post reporter CEO Senate Dr Bergen Dorsey President Trump Senate Judiciary Committee United States Washington Ben President Christopher Miller Richard Blumenthal
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:37 min | 3 months ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Will you commit to taking down that account? See planets account? Senator. No, it's that that's not what our policy is with suggests that we should do in this case for more on today's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, we're joined on the phone now by Washington Post technology reporter Cats, A crusty cats, Agresti. How much of today's hearing was focused on President Trump's social media postings and how Twitter and Facebook has treated them. It was definitely a topic at the hearing that we heard a lot about specifically from Democrats, who really Were critical that the companies haven't gone far enough in moderating tweets from President Trump in the weeks since the election, and you know there is really the kind of push and pull it'll that we saw between what Republicans and what Democrats were saying on these issues because Democrats are making the case that it's not clear these labels are effective. And are you really telling people that this is False information. But on the other hand, we heard from Republicans who were accusing the companies of going too far and said they were silencing conservative voices. But overall we were expecting a heavy focus on that topic out security and it was something that came up frequently. But we also saw lawmakers jump from issued issue and it was a very unfocused and I'm not chaotic hearing that push and pull you talk about Republicans saying that they went too far. Democrats saying they didn't do far enough was either side able to get Jack Dorsey or Mark Zucker Burg to agree on bake any policy changes in response to those concerns that I think we heard was the CEOs as they have in previous hearing stick really closely, just reiterating what their terms of services are what their policies are. And why and how they apply them. So I don't think that we heard them talking about many changes that they themselves they're going to make on their platforms that we hadn't heard about before today. But we did share them weigh in a little bit about how they think lawmakers could change the regulations in this area to perhaps created from changing the industry. You're one interesting moment that I think we heard today was Mark Zuckerberg calling for industrywide transparency reports that would allow for apples, apples, comparisons of how well these tech companies are doing with content moderation. Right now. Companies released these reports. But they very widely from company to company for reporters like maybe it's it's hard to compare how these companies are actually doing so. We did hear a greater openness, I think from the tech executives to talk about changing existing Internet laws, what exception to 30 of the Communications Decency Act. The others. Given the increasing political pressure talk a little bit more about the section 2 30. How Congress could change. That is this sort of Ah, a stick that Congress could use to get Zuckerberg and Dorsey to address their concerns. It certainly is. There's been an intense scrutiny on section 2 30, which is this decades old Internet wall that basically provides tech companies. Broad immunity from lawsuits for the content that people post on our services. And so this law is very important to be existence of these tech companies. Day We heard Dr Bergen Dorsey talk about how it would have been impossible for them to grow to the size that they are today. Without this law on the books and Um Lawmakers know how important it is to these tech companies, and they see that you know part of the reason on the Democrats that they think that companies have been hands off because they cannot face lawsuits for content harmful content that people are posting on their platforms from the same at the same time on the Republican side section, 2 30 also shield these companies from lawsuits over content, moderation decisions, and so Republicans are making the case that You know if you're making these decisions that we repeatedly disagree with. Maybe you shouldn't have these legal protections in place. Maybe you shouldn't have these special protections, but Newspapers and other communications publishers don't have And so that's really a new area that lawmakers from both parties have zeroed in on the wall. They've signaled that it could be a bigger priority in the next Congress. But it's unclear where they go from here because there has been a lot of person in fighting over what what The reason is that these companies are being hauled in front of Congress. Today you talk about it possibly being a bigger priority in the next Congress. Is it a priority of a Biden administration? We've seen indications that it is as a candidate during the primary election on Joe Biden talked about the need to potentially revoke section 2 30. And so that was a pretty bold statement from the Biden camp on that issue. We haven't heard much from the Biden administration on if they were to revoke section 2 30. What Would a replacement. Look like right? Because it would find a minute. Let me be really problematic if you just got rid of this law altogether, And so I think you know, most people are talking more about reforming sections to 30. Then they're feeling it out right? And that remains to be seen how a binding Biden administration would handle such an issue. I think ever closely watching. Who was involved in the transition who might be active on this and, you know, given the questions about the future of the Senate, and the fact that we've they have divided Congress again with Republicans. Control of the Senate. I think there's increasingly feeling that you know that this might have to be an issue where lawmakers are able to find a bipartisan consensus to really create major changes to the floor and I just finally listeners have gotten used tol more from the heads of these giant tech companies, especially during these remote hearings during coronavirus in the last 67 months or so, is that likely to continue in the 117th Congress are we're gonna be seeing Mark Circle Berg and Jack Dorsey more often on Capitol Hill. I think it will. One of the I think, most telling conclusions at the end of senator of Richard Blumenthal said. You know, the only thing that's certain is that you'll be back, Mr Garcia, Mr Zuckerberg, and so I think we can expect to continue to see these hearings. We heard lawmakers from both sides of the aisle talk about the important not just to address Issues around content, moderation but also antitrust data privacy, many other tech policy issues and I think you know, it would really mean a lot of me just on social media and recent weeks given the election, but we also heard Blumenthal don't say. Hey, like we really should have the CEO of Google and Amazon here testifying for us to go. I think you know all of these tech CEO are certainly going to be back on Capitol Hill and during a pandemic, I would assume that will continue to be via WebEx and and not in person. But really it just kind of shows how The political tensions have shifted. You know, Marshall Gerber made it 14 years of CEO Facebook without testifying in front of Congress Once and now, you know, he's been on the Hill just 33 times just in July, so it really has shifted cats. Chris Key is a technology reporter with The Washington Post covered today's hearing. You can see her work at Washington post dot com. Appreciate your time. Thank you. Well a major announcement at the Pentagon today. Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller said today that the United States will reduce its military presence in Afghanistan to 2500 troops and 2500 troops in Iraq, both by January. The 15th of 2021 United States has approximately 4500 troops currently in Afghanistan and more than 3000 in Iraq. Here is the acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller earlier today. Good afternoon. I'm Chris Miller, acting secretary defense. And I'm here today to update you on President Trump's plan to bring the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to a successful and responsible conclusion and to bring our brave service member's home from Kabul to can Bahar and from Mosul to.

Congress Joe Biden Jack Dorsey Mark Zuckerberg President Trump CEO Senator President The Washington Post reporter Senate Judiciary Committee Senate Dr Bergen Dorsey Afghanistan Iraq Secretary Twitter
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:17 min | 3 months ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Will you commit to taking down that account? Steve Bannon secure Sunder? No, it's that's not what our policies would suggest that we should do. In this case for more on today's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, We're joined on the phone now by Washington Post technology reporter Cats, A crusty cats, Agresti. How much of today's hearing was focused on President Trump's social media postings and how Twitter and Facebook has treated them. It was definitely a topic at the hearing that we heard a lot about specifically from Democrats who really were critical that the companies have it. On far enough and moderating tweets from President Trump in the weeks since the election, and you know there's really that's kind of pushing portal that we saw between what Republicans and what Democrats were saying on these issues because Democrats are making the case that it's not clear These labels are effective. And are you really telling people that this is False information. But on the other hand, we heard from Republicans who were accusing the companies of going too far and said they were silencing conservative voices. But overall we were expecting a heavy focus on that topic at the hearing, and it was something that came up frequently. But we also saw lawmakers jump from issued issue and it was a very unfocused and Somewhat chaotic hearing that push and pull you talk about Republicans saying that they went too far. Democrats saying they didn't do far enough was either side able to get Jack Dorsey or Mark Zucker Burg to agree on bake any policy changes in response to those concerns. What I think we heard was the CEOs, as they have in previous hearing stick really closely, just reiterating what their terms of services are what their policies are. And why and how they apply them. So I don't think that we heard them talking about many changes that they themselves they're going to make on their platforms that we hadn't heard about before today. But we did share them weigh in a little bit about how they think lawmakers could change the regulations in this area to perhaps created from changing the industry. You're one interesting moment that I think we heard today was Mark Zuckerberg, calling for industrywide transparency reports that would allow for apples to apples comparisons of how well these tech companies are doing with content moderation. Right now. Companies released these reports, but they vary widely from company to company. So for reporters like needy it's It's hard to compare how these companies are actually doing. So we did hear a greater openness. I think from the tech executives to talk about changing existing Internet laws, let exception to 30 of the Communications Decency Act. Others. Given the increasing political pressure talk a little bit more about the section 2 30. How Congress could change. That is this sort of Ah, a stick that Congress could use to get Zuckerberg and Dorsey to address their concerns. It certainly is. There's been an intense scrutiny on section 2 30, which is this decades old Internet wall that basically provides tech companies. Broad immunity from lawsuits for the content that people post on our services. And so this law is very important to the existence of these tech companies. Day we heard Dr Bergen Dorsey talk about how it would have been impossible for them to grow to the size that they are today. Without this law on the books and Autumn. Lawmakers know how important it is to these tech companies, and they see that you know, part of the reason on the Democrat side. They think that companies have been hands off because they cannot face lawsuits for content harmful content that people are posting on their platforms from the same at the same time on the Republican side section, 2 30 also shield these companies from lawsuits over content, moderation decisions, and so Republicans are making the case that You know if you're making these decisions that we repeatedly disagree with. Maybe you shouldn't have these legal protections in place. Maybe you shouldn't have the special protections, but Newspapers and other communications publishers don't have And so that's really a new area that lawmakers from both parties have zeroed in on the wall. They've signaled that it could be a bigger priority in the next Congress. But it's unclear where they go from here because there has been a lot of person in fighting over what what The reason is that these companies are being hauled in front of Congress. Today you talk about it possibly being a bigger priority in the next Congress. Is it a priority of a Biden administration? We've seen indications that it is as a candidate during the primary election on Joe Biden talked about the need to potentially revoke section 2 30. And so that was a pretty bold statement from providing camp on that issue. We haven't heard much from the Biden administration on if they were to revoke section 2 30. What would a replacement Look like right because it would fundamentally be really problematic and you just got rid of this law altogether. And so I think you know, most people are talking more about reforming sections to 30 than repealing it outright. And that remains to be seen how a binding Biden administration would handle such an issue. I think ever closely watching. Who was involved in the transition who might be active on this and you know, given the questions about the future of the Senate, and the fact that we may have divided Congress again with Republicans Control of the Senate. I think there's increasingly feeling that you know that this might have to be an issue where lawmakers are able to find a bipartisan consensus to really create major changes to the floor. And I guess finally, listeners have gotten used tol more from the heads of these giant tech companies, especially during these remote hearings during coronavirus in the last 67 months or so, is that likely to continue in the 117th Congress are we're gonna be seeing Mark Circle Berg and Jack Dorsey more often on Capitol Hill. I think it will be one of the I think, most telling conclusions at the end of senator of Richard Blumenthal said. You know, the only thing that's certain is that you'll be back, Mr Garcia, Mr Zuckerberg, and so I think we can expect to continue to see these hearings. We heard lawmakers from both sides of the idle talk about the importance not just a dress. Issues around content, moderation but also antitrust data privacy on many other tech policy issues, and I think you know, it would really mean a lot of scrutiny just on social media and recent weeks given the election, But we also heard uh Blumenthal don't say Hey, like we really should have the CEO of Google and Amazon here testifying for us, too, so I think You know all of these sexy those are certainly going to be back on Capitol Hill and during a pandemic, I would assume that will continue to be via WebEx and and not in person..

Congress Joe Biden Jack Dorsey Mark Zuckerberg President Trump Senate Judiciary Committee Senate CEO Washington Post Dr Bergen Dorsey Steve Bannon Richard Blumenthal Twitter reporter Facebook President Mark Zucker Burg senator
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:33 min | 3 months ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on KCRW

"It's seven o'clock. Good morning. Americans may soon have access to to Corona virus vaccines, both of which have to be kept frozen. What does that mean for how and when the vaccines will be available? It's morning edition from NPR News. Just because vaccines are out. There does not mean people will take them. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. NPR's Nate Rott reports on hot spots in the American West, where people still don't think the virus is a real threat. Hurricane iota is pushing up through Central America will go live to Honduras this hour. What good is banning the deadly drug fentanyl of people can still make it themselves and the space X Dragon capsule delivers former astronauts to the International Space Station. It's Tuesday, November 17th actor Drag Queen RuPaul is 60. The news is next. Live from NPR news on Korver Coleman on Monday, 166,000 new cases of the Corona virus were reported in the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins University. More than 11.2 million cases have been diagnosed here and more than 247,000 people have died of covert 19. NPR's Nathan Rott reports, More states are enacting restrictions to slow the pandemics spread. There were more than a million new covert cases in the country just in the last week cases arising and practically every state in the country, putting stress on health care workers in the health care system. And states like New Mexico, Oregon Washington, Michigan, California. We're now seeing restrictions being put in place similar to the kind that a lot of states saw. Last spring. NPR's Nathan Rott reporting. Iowa's governor is the latest to issue a mask mandate. Governor Kim Reynolds had previously opposed one The CEOs of Facebook and Twitter are appearing before a Senate committee at this hour. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports, testimony from Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey comes amid growing bipartisan pressure on big tech companies. Sucker, Bergen Dorsey are expected to use today's hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee to once again defend their platforms practices. Congressional Republicans have long accused Facebook and Twitter of anti conservative bias, while Democrats have criticized their handling of hate speech and misinformation. The executives who last testified before the Senate last month, are likely to face questions this time around about how their platforms handled the election. Today's hearing comes as President Trump continues to use social media to make unsubstantiated claims about voter fraud and to falsely state that the election was stolen from him. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington Officials in Afghanistan have reacted with anger and resignation to news that the White House is trying to speed up the withdrawal of US troops from that country. NPR's DEA. Hadeed has more Foreign forces were already withdrawing from Afghanistan is part of the U. S Taliban deal. This appears to just accelerate that process. According to U S official who spoke to NPR. Only 2500 troops are expected to remain by January. A senior Afghan officials of Ed Faysal says their forces are already leading the fight against the Taliban. But he hopes the U. S. Will still provide air support. There's also anger over what is being perceived as a hasty withdrawal, and.

NPR NPR News Nathan Rott Senate Windsor Johnston Facebook Twitter Washington Steve Inskeep Governor Kim Reynolds Senate Judiciary Committee RuPaul Ed Faysal Rachel Martin fentanyl Johns Hopkins University American West Honduras Hurricane iota
Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey testify before the Senate Tuesday

Morning Edition

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey testify before the Senate Tuesday

"The CEOs of Facebook and Twitter are appearing before a Senate committee at this hour. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports, testimony from Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey comes amid growing bipartisan pressure on big tech companies. Sucker, Bergen Dorsey are expected to use today's hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee to once again defend their platforms practices. Congressional Republicans have long accused Facebook and Twitter of anti conservative bias, while Democrats have criticized their handling of hate speech and misinformation. The executives who last testified before the Senate last month, are likely to face questions this time around about how their platforms handled the election. Today's hearing comes as President Trump continues to use social media to make unsubstantiated claims about voter fraud and to falsely state that the election was stolen from him. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS

Windsor Johnston Bergen Dorsey Senate Judiciary Committee Jack Dorsey Senate Committee Mark Zuckerberg Facebook Twitter NPR President Trump Senate
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:25 min | 3 months ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Frozen. What does that mean for how and when the vaccines will be available? It's morning edition from NPR news, and it's here on KQED FM, San Francisco and kick you'II Iove Found North Highlands Sacramento. Just because vaccines are out. There does not mean people will take them. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. NPR's Nate Rott reports on hot spots in the American West, where people still don't think the virus is a real threat. Hurricane Iota is pushing up through Central America will go live to Honduras this hour. What good is banning the deadly drug fentanyl of people can still make it themselves. And the space X Dragon capsule delivers former astronauts to the International Space Station. It's Tuesday, November 17th actor Drag Queen RuPaul is 60 News is next. Live from NPR news on Korver Coleman on Monday, 166,000 new cases of the Corona virus were reported in the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins University. More than 11.2 million cases have been diagnosed here and more than 247,000 people have died of covert 19. NPR's Nathan Rott reports, More states are enacting restrictions to slow the pandemics spread. There were more than a million new covert cases in the country just in the last week cases arising and practically every state in the country, putting stress on health care workers in the health care system. And states like New Mexico, Oregon Washington, Michigan, California. We're now seeing restrictions being put in place, similar to the kind that a lot of states saw. Last spring, NPR's Nathan and Ron reporting. I was governor is the latest to issue a mask mandate. Governor Kim Reynolds had previously opposed one The CEOs of Facebook and Twitter are appearing before a Senate committee at this hour. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports, testimony from Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey comes amid growing bipartisan pressure on big tech companies. Sucker, Bergen Dorsey are expected to use today's hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee to once again defend their platforms practices. Congressional Republicans have long accused Facebook and Twitter of anti conservative bias, while Democrats have criticized their handling of hate speech and misinformation. The executives who last testified before the Senate last month, are likely to face questions this time around about how their platforms handled the election. Today's hearing comes as President Trump continues to use social media to make unsubstantiated claims about voter fraud and to falsely state that the election was stolen from him. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington Officials in Afghanistan have reacted with anger and resignation to news that the White House is trying to speed up the withdrawal of US troops from that country. NPR's D. Ahadi has more. Foreign forces were already withdrawing from Afghanistan is part of the U. S Taliban deal. This appears to just accelerate that process. According to U S official who spoke to NPR. Only 2500 troops are expected to remain by January. Senior Afghan officials of Ed Faysal says they force is already leading the fight against the Taliban, but he hopes the U. S will still provide air support. Is also and go over what is being perceived as a hasty withdrawal, and we don't expect.

NPR Nathan Rott Senate Windsor Johnston Facebook Taliban Twitter Afghanistan Steve Inskeep Washington Governor Kim Reynolds Senate Judiciary Committee RuPaul KQED FM San Francisco Sacramento fentanyl Rachel Martin Johns Hopkins University
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Ethiopia's prime minister says the final and crucial military operation will launch in the coming days against the government of the country's rebellious northern Tigre region. Prime Minister Abby Ahmed says the situation has gone beyond their look. He's actually calling the offensive a restoration off his rule. Yesterday he's deputy was in Uganda and Kenya. And he said that they have not asked this country's to mediate on. They say this operation is going to be short and they want to restore the rule in that region, and it's spilling over to the whole of Africa. Over the weekend, the forces in the Tigre region fired missiles into a smart in neighboring Eritrea. And up to 25,000 refugees are fleeing now into Sudan, the BBC's and soy says, says refugees or hungry, exhausted and terrified News and analysis. A town hold dot com Is that motorists have become or aggressive during the Corona virus pandemic, And the proof is in Baltimore County. The Baltimore Sun reports. Citations from speed ticket cameras in the county are on track to set a record officials say. The people drove faster this year is more people stayed home during the pandemic, The county has seen a 10% increase in speed camera violations so far in 2020. At the same time, Revenue from speed cameras rose by nearly 38% John Scott reporting they Senate Judiciary Committee will hear today. From Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey. They'll be questioned about their platforms handling of the election. With Republican zeroing in on a proceed anti conservative bias Democrats and want to talk about hate speech and the threat of misinformation online. Dr Bergen Dorsey will appear virtually before the committee, their second such appearance within a month. And on Wall Street down futures down 88 points.

Baltimore County Prime Minister Abby Ahmed Senate Judiciary Committee prime minister Dr Bergen Dorsey Ethiopia Jack Dorsey Baltimore Eritrea Sudan Africa Uganda Facebook BBC Kenya Mark Zuckerberg Twitter John Scott
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Trump isn't saying I want to get the New York Times removed from twitter. He's saying I WANNA get liberals and moved he's saying we need free. Speech for all, just like when he said not saying supremacists or Neo Nazis, who should who should be condemned totally, but they were fine people on both sides. Donald Trump believes that people who want to tear down confederate statues even though he disagrees with them that they can be fine people donald trump believes that people who disagree with them should be able to. Be On twitter he believes that even the fake news lying media, CNN new. York Times should be on there. He just wants the right to rebut to have a little bit of a volley back and forth as opposed to the Democrats. This is something that was chilling to me I don't know the name of this broad kind of looks like Elizabeth Warren but isn't She actually when talking with ducker Bergen Dorsey called on them to censor more and specifically the president. Here you go. I believe that the tech companies here today need to take more action not less Hammy to combat misinformation including misinformation on the election misinformation on the covid nineteen pandemic and misinformation and. Posts. Meant to incite violence and that should include misinformation spread by president trump on their platforms. So here's the thing. Take that's bad enough. That yeah. More context even worse because Jack Dorsey had just gotten done saying when he was talking about I think it was the leader of Hamas or the Iranian regime talking about a radical Jews saying, well, we actually allow that because we have policies that allow world leaders if it saber rattling, but they have they have Senator Donald Trump's posts. So think about this for a second that lady would rather the Iranian regime in Hamas and Isis have ability on social media because no one Democrats said come on take that down from the ayatollah there. But they're saying we want Donald for example when Donald Trump says he's immune to covert that needs to be removed how about wiping off the Jews like a cockroach from the face of the map about those statements can we start with those before we get to donald trump claiming he's immune, which is very likely in line with science if at least for four months think. Little exclamation point came up and said, you know check to see if this story is true whenever the committee said that the Holocaust didn't happen. Do you think that twitter was making sure that people read the full article so that they weren't led astray when he's posting something like that I don't think so and I don't think any Democrat is calling for anything like that because it's a useful tool for them and only. They're only motions they're only calls. If you watch was for more censorship, it was hey, please will give you more control it was it was people talking about a dog was this was an a dog whistle this was this was the Democrats saying go back and watch the entire hearing. WAS IT Their hearings they agreed to show up without having to be forced to the scene is because they were threatened with subpoenas and they just said fine we'll come and talk..

Senator Donald Trump twitter Democrats New York Times president Hamas Jack Dorsey Bergen Dorsey CNN Elizabeth Warren Isis
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:32 min | 4 months ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That block can only hold so much if crypto is to become mainstream for everyone to use it in every day payments, we need a new architecture one that's as secure as bitcoin while being far more scalable checkout enter coin dot org to find out more and maybe pick up some of those coins for yourself. There are basically two types of advertising direct response. Branding is great for direct response with its low cost listener ratio but audio can't be beat for branding, which is a longer term endeavor you want to be the first thing that someone thinks that when they think about your product or service if you have a local business that you want kept top of mind in your community, call the station. If you need national reach freetalklive got around two hundred radio stations, millions of monthly listening sessions, concert all budgets, and if we don't think we're right for you. We'll tell you email me market freetalklive dot com. What if you want to hear the latest episode of Free Talk Live, but all you have is your phone. You forgot to download our archive and you have no data connection. You can call our listen line at six, four, one, seven, nine, three, zero, one, ninety, one that's a long distance number. So you may incur charges if not listen as long as you want six, four, one, seven, nine, three, zero, one, ninety, one, the free, talk live listen line six, four, one, seven, nine, three, zero where the rubber always meets the road. Actually I'm not even sure what that means. Radio Network. Heart, news feeds DOT COM. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. Follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's. Visit a Fox News alert the big night. I'm Lisa Sarah President Trump and former vice president biden going head to head for the last time moments from now, and this debate is expected to go a little differently than the last one of the pandemic is one of six topics slated for discussion. The White House says the president plans to focus his remarks on the nation's economic recovery will not an official topic. The Supreme Court makeup could still come up given the president's pick. A Makoni Barrett sailed through the Senate Judiciary Committee. Ahead of the debate and to stop the candidates from interrupting each other's answer and response. Segments this time the commission has a Mute Button Fox's Lauren Blanchard a former business associate of entre Biden is claiming he has evidence that Joe Biden was involved in his son's foreign business dealings. Tony Bob Alinsky is a navy veteran. He held a news conference in Nashville earlier tonight heard Joe Biden say that he's never discussed business with hunter. That is false. First hand knowledge about this, because I directly dealt with the Biden family including Joe Biden, he says the evidence he has his on three cell phones that he's turned over to the FBI Bob Lipski. It's also president trump's guest at tonight's debate the Biden campaign has issued a statement reading apart Vice President Biden is actually released his tax returns unlike president trump. And there is no indication. He ever got any money from anybody in these business deals a unanimous vote this morning by Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee to advance the nomination of judge. Amy. CONYBEARE Barrett to the supreme court edge going to the floor Hope you look back on this time on the committee and say I was there when it mattered. And you were committee chair South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham. The vote in the full Senate is expected on Monday Wall Street the Dow gaining one hundred, fifty, two points the Nasdaq twenty-one America's listening Fox News. For over twenty years, millions of customers of trusted blinds dot com to update their homes because blinds dot com makes it easy to get custom blinds that will give your windows a high end look without the high end price whether you like to diy design how work for measure and install services they do it all with easy online, ordering and free shipping right to your door if you're unsure no that blinds. Dot. COM has over thirty thousand five-star customer reviews and they guarantee the perfect fit for your windows whether you do it yourself or have them measure and install everything for you. Right. Now, shop blinds dot COM SPA savings from with easy online, ordering and free shipping. Right to your door. See photos from real customers to get inspired and enjoy special savings on top quality blinds, shades, interior shutters, and more plus P over twenty four months zero percents APR on qualifying purchases with paypal credit easy payments ends January thirty, first twenty, twenty one as of September first twenty, twenty new credit accounts of a variable purchase CPR. Twenty three point nine nine percent of the market based on the prime rate minimum infrastructure two dollars subject to credit approval blinds dot com slash pay pal restrictions may apply. The CEO's of facebook and twitter being compelled to appear before a Senate panel over accusations of conservative biased some tech titans or getting called before the Senate Judiciary Committee Pena's. To Mark Zuckerberg inject Dorsey or Lindsey Graham. Ahead of the vote by Republicans who authorized subpoenas for the facebook and twitter CEO's Democrats had boycotted the session over a vote on Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett sucker. Bergen. Dorsey expected to testify about content moderation policies after critics complained about their companies handling of New York Post reporting the Biden campaign is called the unverified articles in allegations against former Vice President Biden. Son Hunter a smear Lilian Woo Fox News Ace Books Independent Oversight Board, which can overrule internal decisions on whether content should be removed started accepting cases for review though the company has said cases related to the election are likely to be excluded. It will look at cases from users who have exhausted the company's appeals process and from facebook itself. But the company says it will likely be weeks before it's available worldwide. No miracle on thirty Fourth Street. This year's Anna is in coming to town due to the corona virus pandemic and won't be greeting children this year at macy's new. York City flagship store pausing a holiday tradition started nearly one hundred sixty years ago more than a quarter of a million people come to see Senate macy's big apple location each year, and as a result of the outbreak, the retailer said it. would be hard to create a safe environment for visitors oxes Hillary Barsky but macy's says Santa will make an appearance during the televised Thanksgiving Day parade, New York Seattle, and Portland are suing the trump administration over its efforts to withhold federal funding the lawsuit filed in the US District Court in Seattle called President Trump's action as offensive to the Constitution and common sense I'm Lisa Lacerra, and this is Fox News. This holiday season blinds dot com is giving away a contact free home makeover, worth two thousand dollars plus amazing prices each week go to blinds dot com right now to enter for your chance to win no purchase necessary rules and restrictions may apply see blinds dot com for details, but he deemed suspicious or unusual. You must read the secret war it's free truth is I believe the government's new war against cash is really a war against us all, but the secret is now out. So please get and read the secret war, pick up your phone and call right now eight, hundred, nine, three to five, five, one, seven. Eight hundred nine three to five, five, one, seven once again that's eight, hundred, nine, three to fifty,.

Joe Biden Lisa Sarah President Trump vice president facebook Fox News Senate Judiciary Committee president Senate CONYBEARE Barrett Senator Lindsey Graham Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court twitter Dot Senate Judiciary Committee Pen macy Senate macy Carolina
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Gore's arch I want to tell you Cavanaugh you release window and you will chief justice John Roberts criticize that remark is dangerous and inappropriate and president trump told fox's Hannity it was a terrible thing he said Schumer's office in a statement saying afterwards he was suggesting Republican senators would pay a political price for High Court decisions Jack like still a cruise ship ported to remain off shore from California among the thousands on board the grand princess twenty one people are showing possible signs of the corona virus and an elderly man who sailed on that ship recently has died from the virus he had underlying health problems as well today the Senate is expected to follow the house's lead and vote to approve spending more than eight billion dollars on the corona fight Louisiana senator John Kennedy telling fox news at night what should they say and I can't find the money tree this is taxpayer money we're spending but this is no time to to be cheap China says the number of new corona infections there is dropping sharply but president xi is cancel the state visit to Japan next month winning Tuesday's primary in American Samoa not enough for Mike Bloomberg to stay in the presidential race telling supporters Wednesday he has no path to the nomination so he's out but I will not walk away from the most important political fight of my life and I hope you won't walk away either we'll Bergen Dorsey former vice president Joe Biden senator Elizabeth Warren reportedly in discussions to end her campaign after devastating results Tuesday for four America is listening to fox news you've got all kinds of hustle like get the job done hustle and get.

American Samoa Joe Biden vice president Bergen Dorsey senator Louisiana High Court president John Roberts America Elizabeth Warren Mike Bloomberg Gore Japan China John Kennedy Senate
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on WRVA

"Well, it depends how you define working. I mean I. I know a lot of people on our side, decided to build their businesses and operations on the Facebook platform. And then when Facebook turns on them, they feel I say, why would you let Stephanopolous into the freaking Oval Office? Why would you put a business of yours on Facebook knowing who they are right there? Just a lot of things. I don't understand. Of course. I've, I've, I've built my business in entirely different ways prior to the exist. I don't even need those outfits in order for the business model I have to, to succeed. I am able to be independent, because I'm big and famous a lot of people are not there yet. Of course, they need these big platforms to have any chance at at, at exposure. And that's the lure. It's tough to build from nothing. It's much easier to glommed onto something that's already there. And then try to get your share of it. I understand understand all that, but I just want to warn you that I know that there are all kinds of little entrepreneurial conservative oriented, not just social media websites and all kinds of things in their constantly springing up and they're great. And some of them are run by millennials. And some of great potential in its, but I just want to warn you that if they get. Pesky problematic. If they become too affective in sucker. Bergen Dorsey gonna come swooping in there and just eat them. They'll just mount to take over hostile, or otherwise or buy them out or what have you. And this is if the nature two beast. It is a free market. Now they're trying to know Rozier northern freebies. These companies have become monopolies and there's an argument that can be made for that because they don't have any competition they've bought it. All they have bought the competition they've incorporated. The competition is like WalMart, buying Cosco it hadn't happened yet. That is what's happening face Facebook. What's egghead had one and a half billion? It's a messenger one and a half billion users Facebook messenger. They want to compete with what's happened just by it. In the people that ran WhatsApp entertain it for six months, and then take it out of here. We don't want any more retirement package and what's up guys are gone. They're billionaires. But their, their creation is run by Zuckerberg and Berg could either make it big let it fade away, turn everything toward messenger, which is what he's doing. He's taking things about what's app that messenger doesn't have incorporating them into messenger in order to compete with Apple's. I message. That's the market at work. I gotta take a break, I go on this. But I've got to go..

Facebook Stephanopolous Bergen Dorsey Rozier Apple WalMart Zuckerberg Berg six months
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Lot of people on our side, decided to build their businesses and operations on the Facebook platform. And then when Facebook turns on them, they feel I say, why would you let Stephanopoulos into the freaking Oval Office? Why would you put a business of yours on Facebook knowing who they are right there? Just a lot of things. I don't understand. Of course. I've, I've, I've built my business at entirely different ways prior to the exist. I don't even need those outfits in order for the business model I have to, to succeed. I am able to be independent, because I'm big and famous a lot of people are not there yet. Of course, they need these big platforms to have any chance at at, at exposure. And that's the lure. It's tough to build from nothing. It's much easier to glommed onto something. It's already there and then try to get your share of it. I understand understand all that. But I just want to warn you that I know that there are all kinds of little entrepreneurial conservative oriented, not just social media websites and all kinds of things in their constantly springing up and they're great. And some of them are run by millennials and some great potential in its. But I just want to warn you that if they get. Pesky problematic. If they become too affective in sucker. Bergen Dorsey gonna come swooping in there and just eat them. They'll just mount attack over hostile, or otherwise or by the mouth, or what have you. And this is if the nature of east. It is a free market. Now. They're trying to snow. No Rosia northern freebies. These companies have become monopolies and there's an argument that can be made for that because they don't have any competition they've bought it. All they have bought the competition they've incorporated. The competition is like WalMart buying Cosco. It hasn't happened yet. But that is what's happening face Facebook, what's up had one and a half billion. It's a messenger one and a half billion users Facebook's got messenger. They don't want to compete with what's happened just by it. In the people at ran what's up, they entertain it for six months, and then take it out of here. We don't want any more retirement package and what's up guys are gone. They're billionaires. But their, their creation is run by sucker Berg and Zaka Berg could either make it big let it fade away turn everything toward messenger, which is what he's doing. He's taking things about what's app that messenger doesn't have incorporating them into messenger in order to compete with Apple's. I message. That's the market at work. I take a break, I go on this. But I've got to go into.

Facebook Stephanopoulos Zaka Berg Bergen Dorsey Apple WalMart Cosco six months
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You're not gonna have a YouTube or Facebook now. I mean, if one pops up just going to buy them. Well, that's true. But there are other sources out there that some of us do use that quit using Facebook and Twitter and all that now and I use other sources, but and they are smaller, but there are a lot of servers that are looking for other means of doing things. I know I know look, don't misunderstand. I'm just nature of the beast Facebook bought Instagram. It's fake Facebook bought what's happened in want to compete way, just by subsume of essentially either incorporated, or put him out of business. Yes. But limited Nate competition. Yes, I'm not for them regulating because it's a free market. Let the free market decide. And right now, the free market is working on small segments of the tech world. Well, it depends how you define working. I mean I. I know a lot of people in our side, decided to build their businesses and operations on the Facebook platform. And then when Facebook turns on them they feel. I say, why would you let Stephanopoulos ended up freaking Oval Office? Why would you put a business of yours on Facebook knowing who they are right there? Just a lot of things. I don't understand of course. I've, I've, I've built my business entirely different ways prior to the exist. I don't even need those outfits in order for the business model I have to, to succeed. I am able to be independent, because I'm big and famous a lot of people are not there yet. Of course, they need these big platforms to have any chance at at, at exposure. And that's the lure. It's tough to build from nothing. It's much easier to glommed onto something. It's already there and then try to get your share of it. I understand. I understand all that, but I just want to warn you that I know that there are all kinds of little entrepreneurial conservative oriented, not just social media websites and all kinds of things constantly springing up, and they're great. And some of them are run by millennials. And some have great potential in its, but I just want to warn you that if they get. Pesky problematic. If they become too affective in sucker. Bergen Dorsey gonna come swooping in there and just eat them. They'll just take over hostile, or otherwise or by the mouth, or what have you. And this is if the nature of the beast. It is a free market. Now. They're trying to know Rosia northern freebies companies have become monopolies and there's an argument that can be made for that because they don't have any competition they've bought it. All they have bought the competition. They've incorporated competition is like WalMart buying Cosco. It hasn't happened yet. But that is what's happening face Facebook. What's f had one and a half billion. It's a message one and a half billion users Facebook's got messenger. They want to compete with what's happened just by it. In the people that ran what's up? Entertain it for six months out of here. We don't want any more retirement package and what's up guys are gone. They're billionaires. But their, their creation is run by sucker bird and bird could either make it big let it fade away turn everything toward messenger, which is what he's doing. He's taking things about what's apt that messenger doesn't have incorporating them into messenger in order to compete with Apple's. I message. That's the market at work. I take a break, I go on this. But I've got to go..

Facebook YouTube Stephanopoulos Twitter Apple Bergen Dorsey Rosia WalMart Cosco six months
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on KTOK

"Anyway, you were talking about the tech show or the tech companies, and how the Democrats are now kind of turning on them. I don't believe that the Democrats do anything without a purpose. I think that the Democrats are turning on the tech companies like Facebook and Google and in all those because they want actually regulate them by regulating, those companies, they can regulate free speech and therefore, those companies will have laws that they can use to keep the conservative voices out. Well, that's true. There are some people want to turn them into the equivalent of utilities, which then right a permit what you say is the massive federal regulation that left loves. I would stop anything new from coming on. You'll never have another YouTube, you'll never have another Facebook. You're not gonna have another YouTube or Facebook now. I mean, if one pops up just going to buy them. Well, that's true. But there are other sources out there that some of us do use. I quit using Facebook and Twitter and all that now and use other sources. But and they are smaller, but there are a lot of servers that are looking for other means of doing things. I know I know I look, don't misunderstand. I'm just the nature of the beast Facebook bought Instagram. It's fate. Facebook bought what's happened in wanna compete one just by subsuming, essentially either incorporated, or put them out of business? Limiting you'll be competition. Yes, I'm not for them regulating because it's a free market. Let the free market decide. And right now, the free market is working on small segments of the tech world. Well, it depends how you define working. I mean I. I know a lot of people in our side, decided to build their businesses and operations on the Facebook platform. And then when Facebook turns on them, they feel I say, why would you let Stephanopoulos into the freaking all the law office? Why would you put a business of yours on Facebook knowing who they are right there? Just a lot of things. I don't understand. Of course. I've, I've, I've built my business in entirely different ways prior to the exist. I don't even need those outfits in order for the business model I have to, to succeed. I am able to be independent, because I'm big and famous a lot of people are not there yet. Of course, they need these big platforms to have any chance at at, at exposure. And that's the lure. It's tough to build from nothing. It's much easier to glommed onto something. It's already there and then try to get your share of it. I understand. I understand all that, but I just want to warn you that I know that there are all kinds of little entrepreneurial conservative oriented, not just social media websites and all kinds of things in their constantly springing up and they're great. And some of them are run by millennials. And some have great potential in its, but I just want to warn you that if they get. Pesky problematic. If they become too affective in soccer Bergen Dorsey gonna come swooping in there and just eat them. They'll just mount to take over hostile, or otherwise or buy them out or what have you. And this is if the nature two beast. It is a free market now. They're trying to snow. No Rozier northern free. These companies have become monopolies and there's an argument that can be made for that because they don't have any competition they've bought it. All they have bought the competition they've incorporated. The competition is like WalMart buying Cosco hadn't happened yet. But that is what's happening face Facebook, what's up had one and a half billion. It's a message again one and a half billion users Facebook's got messenger. They didn't want to compete with what's happened just by it. In the people that ran what's up your tainted for six months, and then take it out of here. We don't want any more a retirement package and what's up guys are gone. They're billionaires. But their, their creation is run by sucker bird and bird can either make it big let it fade away turn everything toward messenger, which is what he's doing. He's taking things about what's app that messenger doesn't have incorporating them into messenger in order to compete with Apple's. I message. That's the market at work. I take a break, I go on this. But I've got to.

Facebook YouTube Stephanopoulos Google Apple Bergen Dorsey Twitter WalMart Cosco six months
"bergen dorsey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"bergen dorsey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"You're not gonna have a YouTube or Facebook now. I mean, if one pops up just going to buy them. Well, that's true. But there are other sources out there that some of us do use that quit using Facebook and Twitter and all that now and I use other sources, but and they are smaller, but there are a lot of conservatives that are looking for other means of doing things. I know I know I look, don't misunderstand, the nature of the beast Facebook bought Instagram. It's fate Facebook brought bought what's app. Didn't want to compete one just by subsume of essentially either incorporated, or put on a business. Limiting you'll be competition. Yes, I'm not for them regulating because it's a free market. Let the free market decide. And right now, free market is working on small segments of the tech world. Well depends, how you define working. I mean I. I know a lot of people on our side, decided to build their businesses and operations on the Facebook platform. And then when Facebook turns on them, they feel I save it. Why would you let Stephanopoulos into the freaking Oval Office? Why would you put a business of yours on Facebook knowing who they are right there? Just a lot of things. I don't understand course. I've, I've, I've built my business at entirely different ways prior to the exist. I don't even need those outfits in order for the business model I have to, to succeed. I am able to be independent, because I'm big and famous a lot of people are not there yet. Of course, they need these big platforms to have any chance at at, at exposure. That's the lure. It's tough to build from nothing. It's much easier to glomming onto something. It's already there. And then try to get your share of it. I understand understand. All that. But I just want to warn you that I, I know that there are all kinds of little entrepreneurial conservative oriented, not just social media websites, all kinds of things in their constantly springing up and they're great. And some of them are run by millennials. And some have great potential in its, but I just want to warn you that if they get. Heskey problematic. If they become too affective in soccer Bergen Dorsey gonna come swooping in there and just eat them. They'll just mounted take over hostile, or otherwise or buy them out or what have you. And this is if the nature of the beast. It is a free market. Now. They're trying to know Rozier northern free news, these companies have become monopolies and there's an argument that can be made for that because they don't have any competition they've bought it. All they have bought the competition they've incorporated. The competition is like WalMart, buying Cosco it hadn't happened yet. But that is what's happening face Facebook, what's up had one and a half billion. It's a messenger one and a half billion users Facebook's got messenger. They didn't want to compete with what's happened just by it. In the people that ran what's up? They entertain it for six months, and then take it out of here. We don't want any more give a retirement package. And what's up guys are gone? They're billionaires. But their, their creation is run by soccer Berg and soccer Berg can either make it big let it fade away turn everything toward messenger, which is what he's doing. He's taking things about what's app that messenger doesn't have incorporating them into messenger in order to compete with Apple's. I message. That's the market at work. I gotta take a break, I go on this. But I've.

Facebook Stephanopoulos YouTube Twitter Apple Berg Bergen Dorsey Rozier WalMart Heskey six months