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"british parliament committee" Discussed on The World Next Week

The World Next Week

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"british parliament committee" Discussed on The World Next Week

"So i think it's coming to hong kong as well and we need to be monitoring that as well caroline of course there's also china's anti-secession law acted specifically with taiwan in mind. And we're going to have at least one session in the current season begun taiwan. But i think your point is well taken august. How another question are no questions in the queue at this time l. That's wonderful because we now have a chance to get dentist Final opportunity for his reflections. And of course This olympics question is very practical one. Because we haven't really dealt much with what can be done. Jared has come up with some good ideas of michael davis has view ideas and his a piece delivered yesterday. We talk about the sanctions imposed by the us involving hong kong. I'm not a great fan of that night. I don't think they're more than symbolic in most cases. But i do think we should. Mention at least immigration facilitate the entry into the united states of anybody in hong kong. Who wants to leave and we should make it possible financially as well as bureaucratically for them to come here much more can be done. The biden administration has done a little but more has to be olympics question What should we do dennis. Should we try to boycott the a olympics. Should we try to get our athletes to protest while they're participating What should we should. Business withdraw support from the winter olympics. Here's a chance to do something that would get a chinese response. So far as you've said We do a lot of these things in beijing. Adjust goes on relentlessly taking over hong kong Really repressing shouldn't john a dealing with tibetan. It's continuing repressive ways. Watch if anything about the olympics. Jerry thank thank you question. I think long lost hope that the businesses international businesses do anything voluntarily on their own volition to protect human rights or That to make sure they are not complicit in human rights abuses around the world they will not and They are just out there for the bottom line fought looking out for there. The prophet asked that the key concern. I'm so i think governments need to if they wanna take you in rights issue seriously. They need to force companies especially financial institution at professional investors to say. I'm not going to invest in this chinese company. Because this chinese company is complicit in a number of human rights abuses including modern slavery or that it sells technology which is then used to conduct mass surveillance against The chinese people. I think you know again i. I don't think this can be done voluntarily or a businesses especially Businesses that enjoy the rule of law and open societies. back home can then go to another country and Basically act in accomplice as an accomplice to the authority in that country to crack down on human rights democracy for example. A lot of people point to Species conduct in hong kong in freezing accounts of a funding or Democracy activists Lawmakers that they actually complicit to The regime in cracking down human rights and democracy and Speak up before british parliament committee. Just say oh. We're just complying laws on kong. What can we do. We're we're we have to comply with laws on call. So i think the western policy-makers need to think much harder on a commercial operations ought not to do when it comes to human rights abuses the same kind of attitude that we adult toward smaller than slavery reference. The uk mauldin slavery Twenty fifteen and the civil legislation that australia which prohibits or demands company to look at the supply chains to ensure their snow wound slavery Force labor the same attitude should be applied to human rights abuses around the world. No as the final described me as we talked about several Between what's happened in the happening on the mainland what's happening in hong kong We see in the mainland and attempt so far being to turn minority people into obedient on people to turn xinjiang. Muslims and tibetan buddhists into good han people who. Don't ask any questions do what they're told. And we see ideology political culture also at work in the resistance of hong kong people to the transformation being attempted by beijing. This is an ideological question. I just been working out of books. This just come out. Called red roulette my fellow of desmond shop and the difference between him and his ex wife who's been locked up incommunicado four years is. She was educated entirely in the mainland but he went to hong kong at age ten and headed education in hong kong public schools. And then the university of wisconsin for college he came up with a different political system and ultimately they split and people say why does he publish this book party trip. It's it to what he learned in hong kong and the importance of freedom. And it's really a mayor copa for all the years ago going public so this whole question of what's in people's heads and can you really convert them. That's much of what's at state. Well it's been a great program by one. The fact dentist. I want to thank sharon. And our next program will be I think october seventh and that will also be in hong kong. And i hope you'll tune et. We have many people who are experts of this subject. I'd like to hear from thank you very much. For more event audio subscribe on itunes or visit us at cf dot org..

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"british parliament committee" Discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

02:26 min | 9 months ago

"british parliament committee" Discussed on Inside Europe

"The voices. We know well but we don't normally hit him in. The british parliament committee has heard for music. Industry figures including sheiks now roaches. Anyone actually really tell me what stream is actually worth. Yeah you can't and there's no way you could even find it. An elbow frontman guy garvey. The system is threatening the future of music if musicians car to pay the rent we haven't got tomorrow's music in place. The inquiry was inspired by a campaign. Started this year by tom. Gray of the band gomez is a streaming services such as specify amazon music apple music and google play paying unfairly. You don't make any money unless you're over. Fifty million streams wright fifty million and of course the big end the the people who in the billions of streams ten percent of artists are gag ninety percent of the money as well. So you've got this horrifically inequitable system streaming services. A growing fast predicted to have one point two billion listeners by twenty thirty most paid by monthly subscription. But tom gray says that payments to are complicated. All of our money goes into one big pool. And then it's shared ow based pastry and what's happening at the moment is about twenty percent of streaming uses Like hyper uses. Who listened to crazy amounts music and the rest of os just ordinary human beings. I'm because it shared out on this stream model about twenty percent of users Sharing out about ninety percent of our subscriptions so most of your money that you pay for music doesn't go to the music that you listen to. The inquiry has also had some new artists including the singer. Songwriter nadine shah. He.

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"british parliament committee" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"british parliament committee" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"All 50 states in MLS number 30 30. Kosovo's Michael Savage says there's been a revolution. We may not even know it. How do you know this country could survive What We've been through three months of being locked up like little bald sheep by little ninnies and public health departments who looked the other way while the writers write it without masks. The same vermin and the public health department to tell you don't open your restaurant yet. You're not ready. But oh, the writers that well that that's another. They're just expressing their outrage, and that's a righteous situation. In the virus. It won't attack because they're good. They don't have to wear a mask. They don't need to social distance. But you you better do it in your own home or a public health. Many will send someone to get you. Oh, and you walked on the beach, and you had a ticket for $1000. But you broke a window and you stole $1000 worth of clothing. And they are should you out of the store into a waiting car. You're telling the America isn't broken. You're telling me we haven't had a revolution. He may not always have good news, but he won't pony punches. Michael Savage, noon to two on talk Radio 5 60 ksfo. Food's a 1,000,000 Woo on Capitol Hill, a two week window to find common ground on more pandemic stimulus funding. This is cities kick up the fight to contain the outbreak. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is conceding that they reopen this city. Too quickly, And now he's warning. Another stay at home order could be on the way shutting down L A Once again, I think we're on the brink of that. The mayor urging residents in Los Angeles County to remain vigilant where there are over 2230 Cove in 19 patients hospitalized the most since the pandemic started boxes Brian Unit and four years after the Brexit referendum. A report out from a British Parliament committee weighs in on allegations of Russian meddling. Ting be difficult, if not impossible to prove, also criticizing the British government for neglecting to investigate America's listening. Is the Fox News rundown now looking sports has the country's leading expert on infectious diseases ever thrown out the ceremonial first pitch before the first game of the MLB season in the nation's capital. Dr Anthony found. She self proclaimed Nationals fan will do the honor before the defending world. Serious champion Nationals host the Yankees Thursday night ever seen advertising printed on a major league baseball diamond before it will be there this year, Whether really or virtual, we will see sign it, John the field behind the pitcher's mound behind home plate in the on deck circles and foul territory. Some ads might be painted. Some might appear virtually on TV broadcasts as well as on tarps in the stands. It was only an exhibition game, but a major league barrier got broken Last night in the late innings of Obey airy exhibition between the San Francisco Giants in Oakland, A's Ah Listen Mac and took over as the Giants first base coach and became the first woman ever to be in a spot like this during a major league game. At the same historic game. Last night News was made when several players along with Giants manager Gabe Kapler, kneel during the national anthem early this morning, President Trump Tweeted looking forward to live sports, But any time I witnessed a player kneeling during the national anthem, a sign of great disrespect for our country and our flag, he writes. The game is over for me. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban got into a Twitter spat with conservative talk show host who would express Similar sentiment is President Trump did this morning, Ah, conversation that led to a contentious back and forth between Cuban and Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Cuban tweeted the national anthem. Police in this country are out of control. If you want to complain, complain to your boss and ask why they don't play the national anthem every day before you start work. 346 N. BA players tested for covert 19 346 players yielded negative test results, and that's your sports on the Fox News rundown Jared Max. We're.

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"british parliament committee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"british parliament committee" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Up the fight to contain the outbreak. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is conceding that they reopen this city too quickly, and now he's warning. Another stay at home order could be on the way. Shutting down L. A Once again. I think we're on the brink of that. The mayor urging residents in Los Angeles County to remain vigilant where there are over 2230 Cove in 19 patients hospitalized the most since the pandemic started Fox's Brian units and four years after the Brexit referendum, a report out from a British Parliament committee weighs in on allegations of Russian meddling. Sting be difficult, if not impossible to prove, also criticizing the British government for neglecting to investigate America's listening. State health officer. Doctors got Harris claims The recent spike in new Corona virus cases is directly linked to increased exposure during the fourth of July weekend. Harris says he usually takes around two weeks after being exposed for symptoms to start appearing. Concerns over the spread of Copan, 19 have now prompted leaders of the Southwestern Athletic Conference to postpone all fall sporting events, including football. In a unanimous vote, swag athletic directors decided to reschedule most of the competitions for the spring of 2021. The Magic City Classic will be rescheduled and Alabama is lagging far behind and filling out census forms. In order to get billions of dollars in federal aid and keep to congressional seats. We need to get to 72% participation. Were only at 50%. I'm Leah Brandon, and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J t. All right, Leah. Thanks very much. It is 7 33 Don't forget Big I heart radio announcement coming up close to eight o'clock tonight. This is going to be some good news, and I think everybody's gonna really enjoy the welcome return to this So once again that announcement coming up in less than 30 minutes. Did you see the case that's been happening. I guess it's been in New York. And this attorney that was wanted in this connection with the shooting of a judge's son has been found dead. The FBI identified him as Roy Don Eiroy den Hollander, who is a well known New York lawyer and This is crazy case he described himself as an anti feminist attorney. He was found dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound in his vehicle in upstate New York. Police think that this guy You know, Kill the U. S. District Judge Esther Solis as sun and wounded her husband, gunman arrived at the home dressed as a FedEx driver. And Judge Sallis was overseeing is still pending. 2015 case which Hollander Argue that the military's meant only draft was discriminatory. So, yeah, just an inside kind of weird scenario going on there, but the case I'm not sure the case is closed yet because They're not sure he's the one but they think he was the one that person of interest in this case of the shooting of this judge's son, so update their Yeah. They found this guy a self inflicted gunshot wound 7 35 Now, this is kind of interesting kind of funny, too. I love it. High school student prank her mom by wearing the same outfit for the past four years in her school pictures, and her mom just figured it out. Here's her mom coming to talk to her about it while she looks at the eight by tens. Putting your photo.

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"british parliament committee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"british parliament committee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He's doing great harm to the Brazilian motley fool revolt ignorance the ex president speaks to us from prison also on the news room British prime minister's decision to suspend parliament in the run up to bricks it prompts a furious backlash they leave voters unhappy and I will just be as normal and eats fresh food not freeze dried to be dry and myself of the sailing to New York great to tune buckles on presidents trump to listen to the science on climate change first the top stories hello I'm Neal noon as with the BBC news the British government's decision to suspend upon the men for nearly five crucial weeks on the run up to the country's withdrawal from the European Union has provoked an impassioned a backlash thousands of people took to the streets across numerous sectors in protest and an anti suspension petition garnered more than a million signatures within hours the opposition labor MP Hillary band who chairs the British parliament's committee on exiting the E. U. as the prime minister Boris Johnson is avoiding scrutiny he knows there is not a majority for them to break sit in the house of Commons the fact that after three months of to become prime minister he will have faced at less than two weeks scrutiny before the house of Commons is absolutely the point our job is to hold the government account and Boris Johnsons job is to be held to account and he's trying to avoid that the former Brazilian president Luiz announcer Lula da Silva has told the BBC the current leaders are your bowls in a row is damaging Brazil's standing in the world he was speaking from prison where he's serving a nine year sentence for corruption also not only and sat ideological Balsan our doesn't have the slightest idea of international geopolitics zero because of its size and its people has to be proactive internationally Israel has to be invited to participate in the major decisions taken in this planet also narrow is not taken seriously anyone who talks with him knows very well that he cannot be taken seriously he also criticized Mr bows and arrows attitude to the fires of the arms and saying he was using old fashioned arguments to justify deforestation Hakkas working for the U. S. government are reported to have destroyed computer systems used by Iran spot maybe to force to plan attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf The New York Times citing senior American official says the cyber attack happened in June on the day president from cold often and strike after Iran shot down a U. S. drone the sixteen year old Swedish environmental activist granted to him but has told an audience in New York that president trump refuses to listen to climate science she sailed into New York harbor to avoid the carbon emissions of flying she explained what she would be doing now that she's in New York I am going to just relax first relax and walk.

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"british parliament committee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"british parliament committee" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Society of the United States and the Ad Council. News some chill. Nato sixteen states teaming up to sue President Trump for declaring a national emergency on the southern border in an effort to get money to build a wall, California attorney general exurbia Sarah taking President Trump to court on Monday. Donald Trump is acting outside the law and declaring an emergency. The White House says they have the legal authority, but Democrats say they will introduce legislation to block the declaration. Fox's Lauren Blanchard. Fox News has learned embattled deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is leaving his job in March and a British parliament committees. Brandon Facebook as digital gangsters lawmakers like Damian Collins want tighter rules against Facebook, serious failings over his home for content. The feds uses privacy. The company says it is opened a meaningful regulation. This is Fox News. Things are happening. Korea investigation. Impeach this president twenty it's important to keep up. What's happening right now things are very big thing. Six hundred are and ninety two point one FM. Drink human driving can kill a friendship. There you. Jordan state. Race. Direct. This is our country. Protect so..

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"british parliament committee" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"british parliament committee" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And their ideal retirement, life, etc. In politics. They're beyond your control, but making a call to plan for those things is a choice. You can make today. Call premier wealth advisors at five two zero five hundred eleven twenty one choose to be prepared five two zero five hundred eleven twenty one securities offered through premier wealth advisors LLC in Arizona state registered investment advisor. Snooze. Joel NATO sixteen states teaming up to sue President Trump for declaring a national emergency on the southern border in an effort to get money to build a wall, California attorney general exurbia Sarah taking President Trump to court on Monday. Donald Trump is acting outside the law and declaring an emergency. The White House says they have the legal authority, but Democrats say they will introduce legislation to block the declaration. Fox's Lauren Blanchard. Fox News has learned embattled deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is leaving his job in March and British parliament committees branded Facebook as digital gangsters lawmakers like Damian Collins want tighter rules against Facebook serious failings over the fighting throughout his home for content. The feds pet uses privacy. The company says it is open to meaningful regulation. This is Fox News. Arizona congressman reacted to the McCabe interview. I'm donny. S T news Republican.

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"british parliament committee" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

10:50 min | 3 years ago

"british parliament committee" Discussed on No Agenda

"There you go, and you know, when apple be platforms, Alex Jones, everyone else followed. And so this is a follow me moment in Silicon Valley. And I think that he does speak for most executives and most executives do not want their app pulled from the app store. So they're all going to follow now in Apple's footsteps, and you can you can hear what it means. And that's just Tim Collins cooks, Tom things that's his own personal belief system. But I think it's going to hurt the company severely. I'm not gonna argue with you on this. It's it's it's very it's a lot of hubris. It takes a lot of nerves patronizing it makes all kinds of sumptious that has none of them are good as full yourself. I mean, you're you're you you make the phones you make iphones and you make computers and you make a few other doodads inconsequential in the history of mankind. And because you have a closed platform. What what are you doing? There you go with outrageously closed platform for everything you have to buy for any of the equipment. If you can even open them because his not allowed not allowed to repair the open an iphone to fix the screen on your own or something like that. Or somebody else? Does it it voids the warranty? This is not good. He's he's full of crap is an evil company. Yes. Without knowing it, and you know, he has an example to look to because things are going to go wrong. And you'll need a couple of mistakes. And the internet is information still wants to go where wants to go. The see all the stuff leaking out everywhere you recall. The Mark Zuckerberg refused to go and answer questions the in UK parliament, boy, they sure got back at him. They bought slammed the kids Facebook under public scrutiny again after new internal documents that were made public Wednesday showed the social media giant giving special access to user data to other companies like Airbnb lift in Netflix. Flakes. The documents had been under seal, but a British parliamentary committee investigating Facebook released them revealing the inner workings of Facebook from about twenty twelve to twenty fifteen. The committee says the documents show Facebook turned over data to select companies while restricting access for others. Reuters tech correspondent Paresh DEVE. These documents could add to the ongoing scrutiny on Facebook, especially about potentially anticompetitive behaviour. It's privacy practices, its growth hacking tactics and rose. Business model? Facebook has faced scrutiny around the world from lawmakers regulators and other government bodies, these documents could serve has new evidence for those inquiries and these two hundred fifty pages that were released are fantastic. I mean, what's not in this report? He's proof. We heard about it. It was dismissed but proof that on Android. They change their app. So that users phone logs SMS texts were logged in their app, and that they on the update did not receive a change in permissions, they hack their way around it. And they explain how they did it on Email. It's it's it's fantastic. It's you have to download this just read through it. It's it's emails back and forth. And just how they talk to each other. It makes you wanna puke. It. And I, you know, it's this is they've got real problems. I think just the opposite. Really really, you think just the opposite how so dear friend. Well, I think what they're shows that these guys are the kick ass kind of like do anything to get ahead company. That is the kind of thing you want to invest in. Well, you may want to see if the bottom is reached yet before you stick your stick. It cat hit the by. We have this game on Deitch employees tonight. Valerie think we hit the bottom bombs about one thirty. Yeah. Well, I don't know. I think it's more. I hear the better. It sounds. I'm maybe I'm just the opposite of Tim cook. Who would be a guess I'm going to swoon. I can't believe this is going on gambling going on here in the bar. No. I think this is I find it just. Yeah. I mean, I think it's funny. I know they're scrambling over there. The offices like because they're getting busted left and right for being dict that they are and the purely they are Dicks and his show. So. Memos. And even when Zeca goes up to doesn't do a very good job. He's not personable person. He's just kind of you know, robotic guy. But he knows what he's doing and Sandberg is just obviously a very cunning runt while cutting runs. Nice in Australia. They know exactly what that means. Will the point is is that she is ruthless. And I think maybe they've spirit of George Bush went right into her. But. Far as I can. I mean, so far as an investment is concerned. I'm liking Facebook, more and more. Oh, okay. I'll take your one thirty and I'll say one Elsa eighty seven dollars where there may be a bottle. All these strikes. Go down like that eighty seven be great. I think that's where it's headed. People are abandoning this platform, not all their platforms. But this one they are abandoning. And you know, this what happens is these governments. They start to figure out how it works. And there's also some massive media. Tomahawks out there and in after the break, all I have. I did this is where I see the weakness. The media Tomahawks the media, and I have one clip about this. But the media is finally gotten a clue instead of like us on Facebook. It's like lettuce get Facebook. Because they are the if the media doesn't stop them. They're gonna be the media is going to be even worse shape than they are already evidence news first broke that a political consulting firm. Cambridge Analytica was able to get data from eighty seven million Facebook users there have been more questions about whether Facebook sold or share more data with other companies than its lead on publicly that investigation has been continuing in Europe and today, Nick Schifrin tells us there are new documents that show the social media giant gave other companies select access to user's data Judy. The documents were released by British parliament committee and seemed to show Facebook using all of our data. As a bargaining chip to increase revenue, the committee accuses Facebook of cutting special deals with companies like Netflix Airbnb and lift to access users data because those companies were advertising on Facebook Facebook restricted access to user's data to companies at deemed competition. This is perfect. I was going to do this after our break, but you've led me into it with this. So I'm going to do these. It's a series of clips the only other series. I have been I can do it before the break, but we have to do it. Because it is this. Frontline PBS frontline interviewed Brad par scowl. And he is the guy who ran the digital. We played some clips from in the past. He's the guy. Iran is the digital media campaign for Trump mainly Facebook. And I think he's currently the only person working on Trump's twenty twenty reelection campaign which ensures online at this point and not only did he say that he had to have a full recording of their interview. But as a part of something new the PBS frontline transparency project, which as recommended by that spook, which one of the Woodward or Bernstein over Bernstein like, oh, we should chop up. The interviews and then put the whole thing online. So they did they put the whole interview online. It is fantastic to watch an hour and fifteen minutes, it the whole point of this interview is to discredit Facebook to show how the Trump campaign manipulated. Facebook's algorithms how? How how you know how the internet research agency in the Russians were able to change votes. They're comp- so micro focus, and this guy who's doing the interview. He can't he just can't make it happen. It's so bad at the end. And you know, it's really bad when your producer starts, interrupting and asking counter-questions behind you. There's a female voice who starts jumping in. I mean, you know, that it's things are not going well with your little piece here, you're hit job. So this is really a face bag hit job, gone terribly wrong. And. As a as a former marketer. And I think you'll find it interesting as well. John to listen, really, how they did it what the strategy was and the tactics which were elegantly simple and not. So foreign to us is just nice to hear because it kind of shows you, you know, is everything new or is the old stuff just faster. And so what was the primary in the primary season. What was the strategy Facebook and had it shipped go into twentieth. Shock and awe shock at all. How what's that mean? Which means is. Put Mr. Trump message. Let him speak directly to camera and give it to as many people as possible also say par scowl has the same illness as Tim cook. The must be tech thing. Again, the must be thirty edits just taking out the long pauses for your listening enjoyment. And when you say shock and awe, do you mean that they that you were bombarding people with cuddled Laurie or it's not about what we were showing. It's not shock as in the type of content. It's the shock of here is a a considerable amount of content to just continue to to show them directly from the President Donald Trump. And so I take shocking on more just in the military sense of. Let's just go and flood zone. I mean, but in terms of shock it off content. I mean, one of the things. Things. Go viral right on Facebook sort of playing to the Albery. This is what I like this guy thinks he knows how it works like, well, you know, things play into the algorithms, right? This never ending a belief in machine learning, and it's. Yeah. Oh, knocking off content. I mean, one of the things. Things. Go viral right on Facebook and plane to the algorithm, and you know of what's engaging context?

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"british parliament committee" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:13 min | 3 years ago

"british parliament committee" Discussed on No Agenda

"Privacy practices, its growth hacking tactics and business model Facebook has faced scrutiny around the world from lawmakers regulators and other government bodies, these documents could serve has new evidence for those inquiries and these two hundred fifty pages that were released are fantastic. I mean, what's not in this report? He's proof. We heard about it. It was dismissed but proof that on Android. They change their app to that user. Phone logs SMS texts were logged in their app, and that they on the update did not receive a change in permissions, they hack their way around it. And they explain how they did it on Email. It's it's it's fantastic. It's you have to download this just read through it. It's it's emails back and forth. And just how they talk to each other. It makes you wanna puke. And. It's this is they've got real problems. I think just the opposite. Really really, you think just the opposite. How so different. Well, I think what they're shows that these guys are the kick ass kind of like do anything to get ahead company. That is the kind of thing you want to invest in. Well, you may want to see if the bottom is reached yet before you stick. Stick it Katz. Hit the by we have this game on Deitch employ tonight. Valerie think we hit the bottom about one thirty. Yeah. Well, I don't know. I think it's more. I hear the better. It sounds. I'm maybe I'm just possitive Tim cook. Who would be a guess I'm going to swallow ni- can't believe this is going on gambling going on here in the bar? No. I think this is I find it just. Yeah. I mean, I think it's funny that I know they're scrambling over there at the offices lying because they're getting busted left or right for being the Dick's that they are and the purely they are Dicks and this show. So. And even wins goes up to you doesn't do a very good job. He's not a personable person. He's just kind of you know, robotic guy. But he knows what he's doing and Sandberg is just obviously, very cunning runt. Wow. Cunning runs. Nice in Australia. They know exactly what that means. Will the point is is that she is ruthless. I think maybe the spirit of George Bush went right into her. But. Far as I can. I mean, so far as an investment is concerned. I'm liking Facebook, more and more. Okay. I'll take your one thirty. And I'll say one else, I eighty seven dollars where there may be a bottle. Go down like that. I eighty seven be great. I think that's where it's headed. People are abandoning this platform, not all their platforms. But this one they are abandoning. And what happens is these governments. They start to figure out how it works. And there's also some massive media. Tomahawks out there and in after the break, all I have. This is where I see the weakness. The media Tomahawks the media, and I have one clip about this. But the media is finally got an ACLU instead of like us on Facebook. It's like lettuce get Facebook. 'cause they are the if the media doesn't stop them Jay are gonna be the media's gonna be even worse shape than they are already. News first broke that a political consulting firm. Cambridge Analytica was able to get data from eighty seven million Facebook users there have been more questions about whether Facebook sold or shared more data with other companies than its lead on publicly that investigation has been continuing in Europe today, Nick Schifrin tells us there are new documents that show the social media giant gave other companies select access to user's data Judy. The documents were released by British parliament committee and seemed to show Facebook using all of our data as a bargaining chip to increase revenue the committee accuses Facebook of cutting special deals with companies like Netflix Airbnb and lift to access users data because those companies were advertising on Facebook Facebook restricted access to users dated a companies deemed competition. You know, this is perfect. I was going to do this after our break, but you've led me into it with this. So I'm going to do these. It's a series of clips the only other series. I. Have been I can do it before the break, but we have to do it. Because it is this. Front-line PBS frontline interviewed Brad par scowl. And he is the guy who ran the digital played some clips from in the past. He's the guy Arandas the digital media campaign for Trump mainly Facebook. And I think he's currently the only person working on Trump's twenty twenty reelection campaign, which sure is online at this point. And not only did he say that he had to have a full recording of their interview. But as a part of something new the PBS frontline transparency project, which as recommended by that spook, which one of the Woodward or Bernstein over Bernstein like, oh, we should chop up. The interviews and then put the whole thing online. So they did they put the whole interview online is fantastic to watch an hour and fifteen minutes, it the whole point of this interview is to discredit Facebook to show how the Trump campaign manipulated. Facebook's algorithms how? How how you know how the internet research agency and the Russians were able to change votes there. So micro focused and this guy who's doing the interview. He can't he just can't make it happen. It's so bad at the end. And you know, it's really bad when your producer starts, interrupting and asking counter-questions behind you. There's a female voice starts jumping in. I mean, you know, that it's things are not going well with your little piece here, you're hit job. So this is really a face bag hit job, gone terribly wrong. And. As a as a former marketer. And I think you'll find it interesting as well. John. Listen, really, how they did what the strategy was and the tactics which were elegantly simple and not. So foreign to us is just nice to hear because it kind of shows you, you know, is everything new or is the old stuff just faster. And so what was the primary in the primary season. What was the strategy Facebook and ship go into twenty shock and awe shock at all. How what's that mean? Which means. Put Mr. Trump message. Let him speak directly to camera and give it to as many people as possible also say par scowl has the same illness as Tim cook. The must be tech thing. Again, the must be thirty edits just taking out the long pauses for your listening enjoyment. And when you say shock and awe, you mean that in that you were bombarding people with cuddled Laurie Laurie with it's not about what we were showing. It's not a shock as in the type of content. It's the shock of. Here's a. Of a considerable amount of content to just continued it to show them directly from the President Donald Trump. And so I take little more just the military sense of let's go and flood zone. But in terms of shock and awe of content. I mean, one of the things. Things. Go viral right on Facebook sort of plane to the Albery. This is what I like this guy thinks he knows how it works like, well, you know, things play into the algorithms, right? This never ending a belief in machine learning and. Yeah. Content. I mean, one of the things. Things. Go viral right on Facebook and plane to the algorithm, and you know of what's engaging content.

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"british parliament committee" Discussed on AP Radio News

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"british parliament committee" Discussed on AP Radio News

"The. A radio news. I'm Rita Foley. Thousands of mourners paid their respects to former president George H W Bush overnight in Houston where his body lay in repose the family church buried today on the grounds of his presidential library in Texas. The former president's casket arrived yesterday afternoon in Houston. Warners gathered at his family church. The return home came after his speed funeral here in Washington. Sud George W Bush was among those crazy is dad's wind and character. His was the brightest of a thousand points of light the elder Bush will be buried today at his presidential library saga megani? Washington to US military planes of crashed into each other overseas to crew members rescued, but are Charles Dila desma reports on risky operation is continuing in Japan. The five missing US marines of the two aircraft with seven crew in old collided and crashed into the sea. No word on why. This happened a semi heading the wrong way on an interstate slammed. Head on into a school bus carrying members of an Illinois high school girls basketball team to adults killed several students injured say state police all the students were transported to local hospitals. There are patients said Peoria as Francis and possible. And investigations underway. China's angry that a top executive at telecom giant hallway is under arrest in Canada. And may be sent to the US Mangwazu is suspected of trying to evade US limits on trade with Iran, but another subject China says this morning, you will onerous cease-fire with Washington in the trade war. Beijing says it's confident both nations can reach a trade agreement. This is AP radio news. A British parliament committee is accusing Facebook of cutting special deals with apt developers. The committee has released Facebook documents rounding internal discussions about the value of users personal information and the extent to which the tech giant sold user data to make money. Some of the documents come from an app developer that sold a search tool for photos of bikinis and sued Facebook for allegedly deceptive anti-competitive practices, the papers described Facebook as white listing certain companies like Airbnb an net flicks. Meaning they were allowed access to friends of Facebook users, even after Facebook announced it was ending that practice Facebook caused the documents misleading and says they tell only part of the story, I'm Jacky Quin. Authorities say a Florida couple quit their jobs stole a sailboat and sailed a Cuba where they were promptly arrested. They did six months in jail there. They return to Florida got arrested there and could now go to prison for years. Rita Foley, AP radio news. News Browns, point, on's or cashback or servicing. Reynaud don't do ORs. We do An's the renew Kajura with one point nine one percent VR and one thousand euro cashback and three years servicing. Saving you thousands Reynaud the brand with the ends. Visit your local Reynaud dealer. Made under her purchase agreement. Terms and conditions apply. Lending criteria. See Reynold by now is the time to visit Florida core to get that floor of your dreams. For a limited time were offering special financing for eighteen months on purchases of ninety nine or more. Choose from the largest in stock selection at guaranteed, everyday, low prices, top-quality floors rock bottom prices and credit offer to help you complete that project offer ends ten twenty one eighteenth. Visit Florida court today or Florida core dot com promotional financing available with Florida or credit card accounts offer by community capital Bank, which determines ball vacations for credit and promotional eligibility. Minimum monthly payments required. This phone drives me crazy, excuse me sprinter from sprint Sharma. New iphone ten are with an amazing liquid retina display, his amazing. If I have a few photos that color. I love this this. I I'm gonna need that back. Switch to sprint and get iphone ten are sixty four gigabytes zero dollars per month with an eligible trade in in a sprint flex lease. Visit sprint store. Sprint dot com slash iphone or call one eight hundred sprint one phone zero. Per month for eighteen months after three hundred twenty five in credit applied within two bills at the Angelilli running balanced dukes tax credit, thirty dollars conviction. Coverage overnight everywhere. Restrictions apply.

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Facebook let companies access users' friends data

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03:29 min | 3 years ago

Facebook let companies access users' friends data

"In Europe today, Nick Schifrin tells us there are new documents that show the social media giant gave other companies select access to user's data. Judy. The documents were released by a British parliament committee and seemed to show Facebook using all of our data as a bargaining chip to increase revenue the committee accuses Facebook of cutting special deals with companies like Netflix Airbnb and lift to access users data because those companies were advertising on Facebook Facebook restricted access to users dated a company's at deemed competition the data. We're talking about is users education and religious background. Also, preferences, what users like and don't like this matters because Facebook claimed to have restricted access to this data to all companies in two thousand fifteen and it matters because it raises questions about Facebook's interest in collecting your data and making money for the record the NewsHour works with Facebook on some video projects talk about all this. I'm joined by the Washington Post Silicon Valley correspondent Elizabeth Watkin from San Francisco. Thank you very much for being on the news hour, can we start with these internal discussions in two thousand twelve and we now have these emails Facebook figuring out how to make money. Mark Zuckerberg writes the following in October twenty twelve without limiting distribution or access to friends who use this app. I don't think we have any way to get developers to pay us at all does that shows Brooke thinking about users data as some kind of bargaining chip. I think it does. And you have to see the big picture here. Which is this is right after Facebook is on gone public. And the media story is that they can't pivot to mobile are they going to make money their stock price was dropping. And so they have at the time this whole developer community in or tens of thousands of apps that are literally writing off the social graph. Even the Obama came campaign did at Cambridge analytic did it and they're looking and saying we need to make money. And so they're looking at these relationships with thousands of developers, and you can see this intense bargaining. That's going on between Zuckerberg Facebook's top brass over who should get access and how while at the same time what they're publicly telling developers is. Is that all the access is free and neutral and this runs up until this debate runs through twenty fifteen when they finally decide twenty fourteen two thousand fifteen to finally decide to cut off access, but what we're learning is that actually there were whole categories of exceptions at the time. So let's fast forward to twenty eighteen Mark Zuckerberg is in front of congress. This is April. And he is speaking in two in response to a question from dean Heller Republican of Nevada. Well, Senator once again, we don't sell any data to anyone. We don't sell it to advertisers. And we don't sell it to developers. What we do allow is for people to sign into apps and bring their data and it used to be the date of some of their friends. But now it isn't with them. And that I think makes sense. I mean, that's basic data portability the ability that you own the data, you should be able to take it from one to another if you'd like the documents out today show that while Facebook didn't sell data they use the data to make. It's the documents strongly suggests that now the caveat is we are seeing bits and pieces in the documents. It's not like it's a full transcript of everything Facebook ever did. But from what we can tell what's interesting is that privacy didn't come up that much in the documents. It was all about competition

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