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Fresh update on "ceo mark zuckerberg" discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

00:39 sec | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ceo mark zuckerberg" discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"These are the daily tech headlines for Friday, September 30th, 2022, I'm Jen cut. Bloomberg news reports meta employees were warned of potential layoffs on Thursday, mentioning a future restructure and hiring freeze. During a weekly Q&A session, met a CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, I had hoped the economy would have more clearly stabilized by now, but from what we're seeing, it doesn't yet seem like it has, so we want to plan somewhat conservatively, a hiring freeze was previously announced at Google parent company Alphabet on July 20th, and Apple said it would slow hiring in 2023. On Thursday, Google announced their cloud gaming service stadia would be shutting down. Users will have access to their games library through January 18th, 2023 when the service will go dark. Google will refund all customers for hardware games and add ons purchase for the service and expects all refunds to be out around the

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Fresh "CEO Mark Zuckerberg" from Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:59 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh "CEO Mark Zuckerberg" from Bloomberg Surveillance

"The ad council. is a Bloomberg money minute, Tampa international airport plans to resume operations at 10 o'clock this morning after shutting down ahead of hurricane Ian's landfall, the airport urges passengers to arrive at least two hours before scheduled departure Orlando international will be restarting flight operations after noontime today. Facebook's parent plans to cut jobs for the first time as it reduces budgets across its business, Bloomberg has learned that meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees during a Q&A session that the company will freeze hiring and restructure some teams to cut expenses and realign priorities the further cost cuts and hiring freeze are met as starkest admission that ad revenue growth is slowing amid rising competition for users attention and ugly day for Apple wiped out 120 billion from the company's market value and spread to other big tech firms, Apple lost almost 5% after a rare stock downgrade at Bank of America. Gino survey Bloomberg radio. This is Emily Chang, inviting you to join me for Bloomberg technology, a daily podcast focusing exclusively on technology, innovation, and the future of business. We'll bring you the latest headlines from Silicon Valley's top companies and conversations with tech's biggest decision makers. The inflation is hitting all of us with respect to customers. I think we've done a lot of good. We see the spending environment quite robust. The Bloomberg technology podcast, subscribe today on Apple podcasts, Spotify, or at Bloomberg dot com.

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Fresh update on "ceo mark zuckerberg" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:33 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ceo mark zuckerberg" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Almost 6 38 on Wall Street. I should say it's time to take a look at stocks, some of the names moving in the pre market for that. We're joined by Bloomberg markets live editor, Heather Burke, and of course Heather one of the biggest laggards this morning is Nike after those very disappointing earnings. Yeah, definitely. I mean, inventory surged and it was forced to push through market busting discounts that hurt their profitability. So it was the higher freight cost markdowns and foreign exchange effects. So the gross margin of 44.3% was below Wall Street expectations. And Nike also downgraded its outlook for the full year. So the shares are down about 9% in pre market trading. And European rivals such as Adidas and puma have also been hurt. So yeah, it's definitely we're going to see some downgrades come through. I would be sure today. I will continue watching those and some of the competitors as well in the sports apparel space. How about this other big corporate story that we got yesterday about Facebook parent meta platforms cutting jobs for the first time? Yeah, so it dropped 3.7% yesterday. It looks like it might be trying to come back a bit pre market. And interestingly, ExxonMobil overtook it in market value for the first time since early 2017. But what made us doing Zuckerberg CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined plans to reorganize and reduce headcount for the first time ever? It would be the first major budget cut since Facebook founding in 2004. So he said that made us probably going to be smaller in 2023 than it was this year. And how are the shares doing this morning on that news? Yeah, it looks like they're trying to come back a little bit, but we'll see. You know how volatile big this week? Yeah, certainly has. And staying in the tech space, we got earnings as well from micron technologies, how are things looking in the chip sector? Yeah, so micron actually had a pretty dismal report. It's flashing production to cope with the steep plunge in demand. Quarterly, forecast quarterly sales that were nearly 2 billion below Wall Street. That being said it's up about 2.9% in pre market trading, analysts saying the ongoing inventory correction was just short term. And there's a sign that maybe semiconductor stocks have bottomed a sentiment is going to get better. All right, Bloomberg markets live editor Heather Burke keeping an eye on the early trade forest this morning Heather, thanks for this. And as we look at stocks as a whole as we get ready for the final open of the third quarter, futures are moving higher

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Karine Jean-Pierre on Biden's Misuse of the Heroes Act

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | Last month

Karine Jean-Pierre on Biden's Misuse of the Heroes Act

"Listen to Fox white Fox News White House correspondent correspondent Jackie Heinrich, corner Jean karine Jean Pierre yesterday, The White House press secretary, there's no answer to this. She can't defend the indefensible. I don't even think she tried. The heroes act hinges on student debt cancellation being tied to the pandemic and that being a national emergency. But the administration argued in court that the pandemic is over at the southern border. To live title 42, it's so over that the government's gonna stop buying vaccines in the fall and shift to the private sector, so how is this a national emergency? Has cobra national emergency when it comes to students. So it's a very good question and I'm glad you asked it. Look, we use the heroes act because there are going to be some people when we lift the pause that's still going to suffer. They're still going to have a little bit of a hard time. What? What? Break that down. We use the heroes act which gives the president the authority to. Wipe away student death in terms of national emergency like a crisis a war 9 11 a massive terror attack we used that as the pretense for this giveaway, this handout of student loans, the student loan forgiveness,

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Jesse Watters: Joe Biden Has His Own Deplorable Moment Today

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Jesse Watters: Joe Biden Has His Own Deplorable Moment Today

"Now, I don't know what a semi fascist is, I suppose, is that partially better than being a full fledged fascist? So you're not exactly Mussolini, you're Mussolini's baby brother. What are you if you're semi fascist? He doesn't know he is parroting something that Susan Rice told him to say. He was Jesse watters talking about Biden's own deplorables moment May every man and woman in America understand that the president of the United States is reduced to calling you a fascist because he doesn't like your politics. Here was Jesse on Fox News. Joe Biden had his own deplorable moment today when he came out and called the entire mega movement fascists saying this. What we're seeing now is the beginning or the death knell of an extreme maga philosophy. It's not just Trump. It's the entire philosophy that underpins the, I'm going to say something. It's like semi fascism. 74 million people voted for Trump. They're all fascists, according to Joe Biden. That's not going to help. In the midterms. Well, we'll see. I mean, will Americans reject their manipulation? Are Americans on to the scheme of pretending that we're in the midst still of a national emergency over COVID and that's the pretense? For trying to cancel student debt and saddling the American taxpayer with billions of billions of dollars,

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Zuckerberg Admits Facebook Suppressed Hunter Biden Laptop Story

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:42 sec | Last month

Zuckerberg Admits Facebook Suppressed Hunter Biden Laptop Story

"Mark Zuckerberg admitting that the FBI colluded with big tech to benefit Biden and hurt Trump should be, we should be lighting our hair on fire over this. It's a huge, huge revelation. What are we going to do with it? Well, probably not much more than keep our heads down and be confident that the American people are going to get this right. My producer Derek just points out, what a great way to unify Americans. Call half the country fascists.

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Alfredo Ortiz: Biden's Student Bailout Is a Way to Buy Votes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | Last month

Alfredo Ortiz: Biden's Student Bailout Is a Way to Buy Votes

"But Alfredo, the excuse that they're going to use the heroes act by claiming there's a COVID national emergency. Why is it that they dropped all the COVID restrictions at the border because they said the emergency doesn't exist, only to bring it back in time to give this giant Santa Claus bailout before the midterm elections. And that's in fact the right. And this is exactly that. It's a bailout, right? Let's call it what it is. It's a bailout. It's a way for him to buy votes and at the backs of hardworking Americans because look, how is this even fair, Mike? And let's take away the whole lot part of this. There's a lot of discussion. Because you and I aren't attorneys, right? Or at least I'm not. But and I don't want to be playing one here. But from a fairness standpoint, Mike, I mean, think about that hardworking guy out somewhere in the Midwest or anywhere in this country, right? That has been working super hard sending their kids maybe the electrician or a plumber or something right. What's super hard, send their kids to college, took out loans and paid them all off. How is that fair to that person? It's not literally did the right thing and paid it off, right? So how is that fair? And frankly, like, this doesn't even address the underlying question here in concern, which is why has why do colleges and universities? Why are we allowing that inflation to hit with the way it is for tuition? Double digits, I think, consistently since the Obama years.

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Alfredo Ortiz: Legal Challenges to Biden's Student Loan Bailout

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | Last month

Alfredo Ortiz: Legal Challenges to Biden's Student Loan Bailout

"Alfredo, I'm reading about this is pretty exciting. You guys are exploring legal challenges. Maybe some legal options to block this unconstitutional bailout from occurring. Good morning, Mike, and as always, thank you very much for having me. And yes, we are, Mike, because look, this kind of overreach is literally now the modus operandi, the standard operating procedure for this Biden administration. They can't get things necessarily through and unfortunately the things that they are getting through are going to kill America like this ridiculous $780 billion bill that was just passed, but this is clearly clearly unconstitutional. It's clear executive overreach. And it's very similar to what happened on the moratorium. And frankly, the key thing here is going to be the EPA versus West Virginia or West Virginia versus EPA, I should say. That's going to be a critical case that's going to play into here. The bottom line, bottom line here, Mike. Joe Biden doesn't have the legal authority to just single handedly wholesale cancellation of federal student loans and debt. By executive fee, there's a couple of acts that he's going to completely basically, he already ignored here. It's called the higher education act and the federal claims collection act. And it's clear that there are strict limits in terms of what it can and can't do what the president can and can't do here. And so at best Mike at best, what he could possibly do is to either delay the debt or the interest rate, but wholesale cancellation of the debt is clearly outside of outside of the scope.

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Nate Silver: Liberal Elites Delayed Vaccine Until After 2020 Election

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | Last month

Nate Silver: Liberal Elites Delayed Vaccine Until After 2020 Election

"Nate silver, one of the most influential pollsters in America. Acknowledged and conceded that elites in the government and in the medical community withheld the unveiling of the COVID vaccine until after the November 2020 election in order to hurt Donald Trump. There are plenty of Americans who would have been so grateful that operation warp speed resulted in a vaccine and as an effort in an effort to save lives and serious illness from COVID and according to Nate silver, no conservative, the elites, chat on it until after the November 2020 election in order to hurt Trump. Is that election? Interference? Senator McConnell is everything okay with our election process? Leader McConnell, are you kidding me?

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Karine Jean-Pierre Can't Explain to Don Lemon 'Semi-Fascism'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | Last month

Karine Jean-Pierre Can't Explain to Don Lemon 'Semi-Fascism'

"On them. Here's Don lemon. On CNN yesterday, he's one of the worst of the worst over there, and even Don lemon appears incredulous as he's interviewing career Jean Pierre about the president of the United States calling maga Republicans semi fascists. The president likened what he called extreme maga philosophy to semi fascism. What exactly is semi fascism green? So let me just first say this tonight what you heard from this president Don. And again, thank you for having me because this is really important. The American people have a choice in front of them. And the president laid that out very clearly very powerfully tonight. When you look at what Democrats are doing and what they are delivering and what they have done, Don, in less than in less than two years, which is lowering cost on prescription drugs, lowering the energy costs, making sure that we have this historic legislation for to really deal with climate crisis. All of these things are important standing up for women. And they are green. I want to get to all those things with all due respect. But we have a short time. I'm going to get to all those things, but if you'll answer my question, we can get to those. I am. What exactly is that? Don, I was just about to get to your question. I really was. But I want to, you brought me on the show for a reason. And I have to talk about it. I understand that. I just have limited time with you. I just want to make sure we get all these. By having this back and forth, we're actually taking away from the time. So here we go.

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Wait Until the Supreme Court Comes After Joe Biden

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | Last month

Wait Until the Supreme Court Comes After Joe Biden

"Biden bounce. He's at 44% approval rating. His approval ratings are soaring. Why? What's he done? Well, he's giving away free stuff, right? Until the Supreme Court rules that he can't give away free stuff because you can't pretend that COVID is an emergency and use the heroes act and forgive all this student loan debt. It's unconstitutional. It's illegal. They're only doing it as a tawdry craven attempt to buy votes from gullible, stupid people. And gullible, stupid people will say, oh, look at grandpa Joey gave me free. He did not $10,000 off my college tuition, and then of course the Supreme Court, I don't know in about a year after the midterm elections are over and done with will say wrong. Can't do it. It's illegal. He doesn't have the authority. There's no COVID emergency existing to allow us to forgive college debt with the president's wave of his pen. This is such garbage.

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Joe Biden Called Republicans 'Semi-Fascist'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | Last month

Joe Biden Called Republicans 'Semi-Fascist'

"All right, deplorables and fascists gather one gather all. Welcome in to the Friday deplorable fascist Mike Gallagher show. So Hillary calls half the country deplorables. Biden calls half the country fascists. I don't know which is worse. I really, what's worse. Would you rather be called a fascist? A semi fascist or a deplorable. To this day, there are people who insist that Hillary Clinton lost the election because of her basket of deplorables remark. The only reason Joe Biden might be able to survive this one when he called maga Republicans semi fascists is because it was off camera. Evidently there was not a camera or a microphone rolling. The reporters heard it, but he didn't, they didn't get it on tape. Because if they got it on tape, we'd play it a million times.

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on The 3:59

"And <Speech_Male> then so it kind of helped. <Speech_Male> But also <Speech_Male> when we talk <Speech_Male> about you start <Speech_Male> looking down <Speech_Male> stories we've written on CNET <Speech_Male> about CRISPR <Speech_Male> and all of these other <Speech_Male> technologies that are coming <Speech_Male> out of <Speech_Male> very similar <Speech_Male> ideas. <Speech_Male> It's potentially <Speech_Male> could change the way <Speech_Male> we think of <Speech_Male> biology and <Speech_Male> medicine. And <Speech_Male> that is amazing. <Speech_Male> So <Speech_Male> Walter isaacson thinks <Speech_Male> that biotechnology <Speech_Male> will be the next <Speech_Male> wow <Speech_Male> moment. <Speech_Male> And arguably there <Speech_Male> are a bunch of other places <Silence> as well, but that was <Speech_Male> his perspective. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> in the article, you also mentioned <Speech_Male> meta <Speech_Male> CEO Mark Zuckerberg. <Speech_Male> Obviously, <Speech_Male> he is really <Speech_Male> pushing for the virtual <Speech_Male> augmented reality, <Speech_Male> the metaverse. <Speech_Male> And he spoke <Speech_Male> with someone who <Speech_Male> works in that sector. <Speech_Male> And they <Speech_Male> think that this is going <Speech_Male> to be <Speech_Male> the gateway to <Speech_Male> the iPhone <SpeakerChange> moment. <Speech_Male> The next one? <Speech_Male> Yes, <Speech_Male> so one of the things <Speech_Male> I thought was <Speech_Male> interesting is that, <Speech_Male> you know, as we're <Speech_Male> talking about this <Speech_Male> kind of <Speech_Male> revelatory <Speech_Male> moment, <Speech_Male> one of the things going <Speech_Male> on in the tech industry <Speech_Male> is <Speech_Male> Mark Zuckerberg <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> really believes <Speech_Male> that AR <Speech_Male> and VR <SpeakerChange> are going to be <Speech_Male> it. And he is putting <Speech_Male> billions <Speech_Male> and billions <SpeakerChange> and <Speech_Male> billions and billions <Speech_Male> of dollars toward <Speech_Male> development of it. <Speech_Male> And he's been trying <Speech_Male> now. I mean, look, <Speech_Male> he bought Oculus <Speech_Male> VR, <Speech_Male> the startup. <Speech_Male> He bought it <Speech_Male> back in 2014. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> That is <Speech_Male> a long time ago <Speech_Male> now. <Speech_Male> The original Oculus <Speech_Male> VR headset <Speech_Male> came out in 2016, <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> consumer version. <Speech_Male> So we've had <Speech_Male> quite a while. And <Speech_Male> it still hasn't picked <Speech_Male> up the way he <Speech_Male> wanted it to. <Speech_Male> But a lot of the <Speech_Male> anecdotal stories <Speech_Male> inside of <Speech_Male> Facebook are that he <Speech_Male> believes <Speech_Male> this is going to be the <Speech_Male> next smartphone like moment. <Speech_Male> And he doesn't <SpeakerChange> want to miss <Speech_Male> it. So <Speech_Male> what's interesting is <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> even if we think about <Speech_Male> all of that and <Speech_Male> his kind of inability <Speech_Male> to force <Speech_Male> that aha <Speech_Male> moment, right? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> One of the things that <Speech_Male> a person who <Speech_Male> works in this industry <Speech_Male> told me was, <Speech_Male> look, you know, <Speech_Male> there's also a possibility <Speech_Male> that a lot <Speech_Male> of this technology <Speech_Male> we're developing <Speech_Male> is really <Speech_Male> on the way to <Speech_Male> whatever supplants <Speech_Male> the iPhone, right? Maybe <Speech_Male> it won't be AR <Speech_Male> VR <Speech_Male> that ends up supplanting <Speech_Male> it and arguably if <Speech_Male> you're a Star Trek nerd, <Speech_Male> you may remember <Speech_Male> they have little phones <Speech_Male> in their hands all the <Speech_Male> time, right? They've got the <Speech_Male> tricorders and all that <Speech_Male> stuff. We're not that far <Speech_Male> from having it <Speech_Male> already. So <Speech_Male> arguably sci-fi <Speech_Male> says we may never get <Speech_Male> rid of the iPhone. But <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> he believes <Speech_Male> that whatever <Speech_Male> supplants the iPhone <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> probably uses a lot <Speech_Male> of the technology that AR <Speech_Male> and VR are <Speech_Male> developing. <Speech_Male> And so in a lot <Speech_Male> of ways, that's pretty <Speech_Male> cool too, right? You could <Speech_Male> argue we're halfway <Speech_Male> to the <Speech_Male> next wow <Speech_Male> moment. But <Speech_Male> honestly, nobody <Speech_Male> knows. And I think <Speech_Male> that's the most fascinating <Speech_Male> part <Speech_Male> about all of <Speech_Male> this is that <Speech_Male> we really <Speech_Male> aren't going to know <Speech_Male> until <Speech_Male> way afterward, <Speech_Male> whether we're in <Speech_Male> one of these <SpeakerChange> moments. And <Speech_Male> that's pretty cool. <Speech_Male> All right. <Speech_Male> Well, thank you, <Speech_Male> Ian for your time. You <Speech_Male> can check out his stories

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Javier Olivan, who's replacing Sheryl Sandberg at Meta, built his career on international expansion

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Javier Olivan, who's replacing Sheryl Sandberg at Meta, built his career on international expansion

"A longtime executive at Facebook owner meta is stepping down Cheryl Sandberg the number two executive at meta has announced in a Facebook post that she's resigning Sandberg has been chief operating officer for 14 years After joining the company in 2008 four years before Facebook went public She did not announce any future plans only saying that she's ready for the next chapter in her life CEO Mark Zuckerberg setting his own Facebook post that he doesn't plan to replace Sandberg in the company's existing structure

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Quoting the verge. Meta is testing an artificial intelligence system that lets people build parts of virtual worlds by describing them and CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed off a prototype at a live event today. Proof of the concept called builder bot could eventually draw more people into meta's horizon metaverse virtual reality experiences. It could also advance creative AI tech that powers machine generated art. In a pre recorded demo video, Zuckerberg walked viewers through the process of making a virtual space with builder bot, starting with commands like let's go to the beach, which prompts the bot to create a cartoonish 3D landscape of sand and water around him. Zuckerberg describes this as all AI generated. Later, commands range from broad demands like creating an island to extremely specific requests like adding auto cumulus clouds and in a joke poking fun at himself, a model of a hydrofoil. They also include playing sound effects like tropical music, which Zuckerberg suggests is coming from a boom box that builder bot created, although it could also have been generated background audio. The video doesn't specify whether build or draws on a limited library of human created models, or if the AI plays a role in generating the designs. Several AI projects have demonstrated image generation based on text descriptions, including OpenAI's, dal E, Nvidia's Gauguin two, and VQ gan plus clip, which I have no idea how to pronounce as well as more accessible applications like dream by wambo, but these well-known projects involve creating 2D images sometimes very surreal ones without interactive components, although some researchers are working on 3D object generation. As described by meta and shown in the demo, builder bot appears to be using voice input to add 3D objects that users can walk around at meta is aiming for more ambitious interactions..

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Right? Remember how meta is working to encrypt all of its stuff? Well, that's taking longer than they hoped, I guess, according to meta's head of safety, quote, we don't plan to finish the global rollout of end to end encryption by default across all our messaging services until sometime in 2023. Quote, quoting The Guardian. The head of safety at Facebook and Instagram's parent company meta announced that the encryption process would take place in 2023. The company had previously said the change would happen in 2022 at the earliest. We are taking our time to get this right and we don't plan to finish the global rollout of end to end encryption. By default across all our messaging services until sometime in 2023 and ticket Davis wrote in the Sunday telegraph. As a company that connects billions of people around the world and has built industry leading technology, we're determined to protect people's private communications and keep people safe online. Quote, meta already uses and encryption on its WhatsApp messaging service and had been planning to extend that to its messenger and Instagram apps in 2022. It has already encrypted voice and video calls on messenger, announcing the privacy drive in 2019, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, quote, people expect their private communications to be secure and to only be seen by the people they've sent them to, not hackers, criminals overreaching governments, or even the people operating the services they're using end quote. Davis said meta would be able to detect abuse under its encryption plans by using non encrypted data account information and reports from users. A similar approach has already enabled WhatsApp to make reports to child safety authorities, quote, our recent review of some historic cases showed that we would still have been able to provide critical information to the authorities, even if those services had been end to end encrypted,.

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Facebook changing company name to Meta

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Facebook changing company name to Meta

"I'm a Donahue reporting Facebook is changing its company name the new name is Matt Gordon meta comes from the Greek word meaning beyond CEO mark Zuckerberg says the beyond includes a virtual computer generated space the next platform in medium will be even more immersive and embodied internet we you're in the experience not just looking at it we call this the metaverse sucker Burke says metaverse isn't here yet some of the basic building blocks are here though skeptics say Zuckerberg appears to be trying to divert attention away from Facebook's problems the real Facebook oversight board a watchdog group says the name change is meaningless adding Facebook is destroying our democracy and is the world's leading peddler of dis information and

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America 'on fire': Facebook watched as Trump ignited hate

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

America 'on fire': Facebook watched as Trump ignited hate

"Internal documents that Facebook show the country was lit on fire after controversial comments from then president Donald Trump following the death in police custody of George Floyd in Minneapolis in may of last year Donald trump posted on Twitter and Facebook about the thugs in Minneapolis and said when the looting starts the shooting starts we can't allow this situation like happened in Indianapolis to descend further into lawless anarchy and chaos Facebook's own analysis shows immediately hate speech and violence report skyrocketed on the site Facebook took no action CEO mark Zuckerberg claim last year the post didn't break company rules but the platform's automated controls were almost ninety percent certain it violated company policies against inciting violence Twitter covered the trump tweet with a warning the former president has been suspended from both Twitter and Facebook I'm a Donahue

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Facebook profits rise amid revelations from leaked documents

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Facebook profits rise amid revelations from leaked documents

"Facebook's founder and C. E. O. has addressed the allegations the social network has balle you'd financial success over user safety illustrated through leaked reports called the Facebook papers CEO mark Zuckerberg opened an earnings conference call with the defensive posture saying Facebook works hard to make the right decisions about curtailing content versus free speech he says the divisive content isn't Facebook's creation it comes from a polarized society and he welcomes regulations to help provide clarity Zuckerberg calls the criticism unfair alluding to leaked documents which acknowledge women being sold as maids on the platform and Arabic language posts being suppressed meanwhile he noted the company's profits increased in the third quarter and says profits will take a hit in the fourth as Facebook devotes billions of dollars to new virtual and augmented reality products I'm Jackie Quinn

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Year's holiday shopping season for q three facebook's net income came to nine nine point nine hundred billion dollars with earnings of three point twenty two bill with earnings of three dollars and twenty two cents per share revenue came to twenty nine billion dollars thirty five percent year over year analysts were expecting earnings of three dollars in one thousand. Nine hundred thousand revenue of twenty nine point twenty nine twenty nine point eight billion dollars. Ceo mark zuckerberg said in a statement quote. We made good progress. Quarter and acuity canadians to grow are excited. That are real. Nab especially around craters commerce and helping to build metaverse advertising revenue for the quarter was was twenty eight twenty eight point twenty eight billion dollars up thirty three percent quote other which we have note which other is other revenue totaled seven hundred thirty four million dollars up one hundred ninety five percent facebook daily. Active users were one point nine. Three billion dollars on average timber twenty one. An increase of six percent europe year it's monthly abusers totaled two point nine one billion took two point nine one billion. Excuse me as a timber. An increase of six percent year every year the number of people the number of people daily at least one phase of products including facebook instagram messenger. And what's up was two point. Eighty one billion average temperature for an increase of an increase of eleven percent. Your ear monthly. Active people for facebook's quote family of products was three point. Five eight billion as timber increase talk percent year over year so basically with all this news coming out with all the facebook or include. Excuse me the facebook whistle blower all this news yet. They're they're still people on it and growing which is shocking other q. three or q. Three earnings tesla's market value hip and then surpassed the one nick trillion mark on one dollar marketing. A milestone reached by the company eleven became public traded company. It also puts tesla in select company with apple amazon facebook and google all which have mark caps above one dollars tesla met the one point mara cap around mid-day today when shares hit nine hundred eighty eight dollars and twenty two cents share prices harvard at just below one thousand and then shali passed it. Another approach for tesla shares close shares closed up twelve point six percent at one thousand twenty dollars and.

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's 5 30 on Wall Street Good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow we're just about four hours away from the open of U.S. trading You have to date in the news you need to know what this shower a company make over for Facebook may be in the worst the world's largest social media network is reportedly looking to change its name Let's get the latest on this developing story live with a Bloomberg's red nita young good morning ready Good morning Karen the verge reports that Facebook is planning a rebranding as it faces intense scrutiny over business practices CEO Mark Zuckerberg is expected to discuss the name change at Facebook's connect conference at the end of the month Now Zuckerberg reportedly thinks the key to Facebook's future lies with a metaverse concept the idea that users will live work and exercise inside a virtual universe The new company name will focus on that Live in New York I'm ready to young Bloomberg daybreak All right Renee thank you turning to earnings now We're seeing shares of Netflix down almost 2% That's despite the company posting its strongest subscriber growth of the year More on that from Bloomberg's Charlie palette The company added 4.38 million subscribers in the third quarter exceeding projections of 3.72 million September's busy program slate change the course of the year for Netflix about a 142 million member households started watching squid game making it the most viewed new show in Netflix history In New York Charlie pad Bloomberg daybreak Charlie thank you Well up next we get earnings from Tesla the electric carmaker is one of 40 major companies reporting today and here at the preview as Bloomberg's Larry kasky We already know that Tesla sold a record number of vehicles in the third quarter up 20% from the second Today we'll see what that means for the bottom line While China remains Tesla's main growth engine new factories in Texas and Germany are scheduled to come online next year doubling its manufacturing capacity Larry kasky Bloomberg daybreak All right thanks Larry Turning to markets now Bitcoin client but then $400 of its all time high overnight Right now hovering around 64,000 following the debut of the first Bitcoin linked ETF Guggenheim chairman Scott minor is a Bitcoin bull but also has concerns Bitcoin and.

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How Mark Zuckerberg Bought the 2020 Election

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 1 year ago

How Mark Zuckerberg Bought the 2020 Election

"A new story from the federalist says the 2020 election wasn't stolen, it was bought by Mark Zuckerberg. This is a true story of the account of how Mark Zuckerberg privatized the government's voter registration and vote counting for Democrats in 2020. The founding fathers always believed that if there was power there must be a check and a balance against that power. What is our check and balance against Mark Zuckerberg, spending $400 million during the 2020 election, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, spent hundreds of millions of dollars to turn out likely democratic voters. But this wasn't traditional political spending William Doyle from the federalist rights. He funded a targeted private takeover of government election, operations by nominally non partisan, but demonstrably ideological nonprofit organizations. This was done through the center for technology and civic life CTCL. We've talked about this in great detail on the show, but this new story from the federalist is shocking. We talk we are always under, we are always accused. You are a threat to democracy as we did on the show previously, just type in threat to democracy and then go to news the Pandora papers are a threat to democracy. Trump is a threat to democracy, Bloomberg, how to save democracy. New York Times had a Conor how to counter pro Trump extremism and threat to democracy. Now, we are a republic not a democracy. But if you read this story, who's the real threat that democracy? The guy playing golf at Mar-a-Lago? Or the $420 million spent by Mark Zuckerberg, who put money into local government official races, and it came with strings attached.

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Ex-Facebook employee says network hurts kids, fuels division

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Facebook employee says network hurts kids, fuels division

"A former Facebook employees says the social media giant knows its products hurt kids and stoking division in America Francis how being says company executives are aware of apparent harm to some teams from Instagram and that algorithms governing what shows up on Facebook feeds contribute to polarization they know how to make it all safer but won't because they have put their astronomical profits before people how then tells a Senate panel the responsibility lies with CEO mark Zuckerberg the Buck stops with mark there's no on her currently holding mark handled by himself Facebook and other tech giants like Google and Amazon face minimal regulation how can says lawmakers must step in to stop Facebook from hiding crucial information from the American people and stop the many harms is now causing soldered make ani Washington

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Facebook Has Struggled to Address COVID-19 Misinformation on It's Platform

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Facebook Has Struggled to Address COVID-19 Misinformation on It's Platform

"From the start of the pandemic facebook and it's ceo. Mark zuckerberg have talked publicly. About how seriously they take this crisis. Here's what zuckerberg told cnn back. In april twenty twenty. So i think one of the most important functions that facebook and our acts can do right now is help. Connect people with authoritative health information and experts at the same time to limit the spread of misinformation. But despite that goal facebook has struggled to address foles health information on its platforms. That's continued throughout the rollout of cova vaccines and they became so widespread that well. Here's how president biden described the misinformation back in july really look only pandemic you have is among unvaccinated other. Killing people policing unsubstantiated. Health claims has become a key problem for facebook one. The company has struggled to address even after warnings from employees reporters. Sam schechner is part of the investigative team. That's been working on this story. And he joins me now. Hi sam thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so sam. I think a lot of people who've been on facebook in the last year and a half have seen misinformation about the pandemic and about vaccines. Why is it so hard for facebook to take it all down. I think facebook would say this is a tough problem with a tough adversary. It's not like anti vaccine or new to facebook. They've mobilized on social media and in particular on facebook and in our reporting we've seen internal documents that show that this was an issue. This is something that they tackled in the years before the pandemic they were working on ways to identify who were in these antitax groups they develop policies that some you know certain types of content should be removed and when the pandemic hit these policies were in place so if public health authorities said that a certain type of claim wasn't just false but could cause imminent harm than they would remove that but that's a pretty narrow standard

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What Is the Metaverse? With Dan Gallagher

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:33 min | 1 year ago

What Is the Metaverse? With Dan Gallagher

"A new buzzword in silicon valley the metaverse on books latest earnings call ceo mark zuckerberg mentioned the word no less than sixteen times. What is the metaverse. The metaverse the metaverse metaphors in many ways. The metaverse is the ultimate expression of social technology in defining quality of the metaverse presence within the metaverse. You're gonna build a hang out. Play games with friends. Work and more and zuckerberg isn't the only one talking about the metaverse exacts a companies ranging from microsoft to match group have been spending time and money either building out or getting involved in the metaverse. But what is it. And what could it mean for you and me here to talk more about. It is our heard on the street columnist. Dan gallagher hey dan thanks for being here pleasure to be here okay. Dan help us out here at the simplest level. What is the metaverse. Almost it almost depends on who you ask. But i think the most common definitions run that the metaverse is like this virtual world that you know as things that are similar to a we have a real world like a functioning economy. You know places where you can have a sense of physical presence. Even if it's not like what we think of as physical early versions of this we see and things like you know big video games like fortnight. That are kind of like their own worlds or could be defined as that. But what. I think when you hear from these tech companies. They're really talking about something. That's a lot more immersive. Unusually has to be kind of accessed with technology like virtual reality and augmented reality and that kind of equipment

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on The 3:59

"Presented by climate power education fund does big oil care about our streets flooding or our home burning not according to an exxon mobil top lobbyists. Did we aggressively bite against some of the science. Yes you know. We were looking out for our shareholders. Take care about profits. Not people learn more at polluters dot exposed. We're all sick zoom but would you consider working in a virtual office alongside avatars of your colleagues. That's with facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg. I'm roger chan. This is your daily.

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Mark Zuckerberg and the Metaverse

Talking Tech

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Mark Zuckerberg and the Metaverse

"Recently reported quarterly earnings. And shocker. they made a ton of money Specifically as the associated press reports second quarter profits doubled thanks to a massive increase in advertising revenue. More interesting though than the tons of money face looks pulling in our comments made by facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg recently on the metaverse. Which many people believe will ultimately replace the internet in a conference call with analysts zuckerberg. Call the metaverse. The quote next generation of the internet and next chapter for us as a company end quote and he talked a little bit more about how he thinks. The metaverse will create entirely new experiences and new economic opportunities so new ways to make money for facebook But that's not all zuckerberg's talk quite a bit about the metaverse. In in recent weeks he conducted an interview with tech site. The verge where he explained his vision of what the metaverse looks like a quote you can think about the metaverse as embodied internet where instead of just viewing content. You are in it and you feel present with other people as if he were in other places having different experiences that you couldn't necessarily do on a two-day apper webpage like dancing for example or different types of fitness and quote We've already seen hints of what the metaverse might look like in various forms for example if you play the video game fortnight or if you know people play fortnight they have hosted multiple live concerts within the game featuring stars such as marshmallow and travis scott and what happens is players will log into the game as if they're gonna play and they'll go attend this virtual event a in fact on august sixth fortnight is going to host another type event like that called the riff tour which they say is gonna feature a record-breaking superstar so that'll be interesting to see who they get as their next star for this event

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on WJR 760

"We're going to schedule 20,000 vaccinations in the next four weeks. That's what the governor believes she can get to us. If more vaccines come, will ramp it up, But that's what we are projecting to get. Our city workers are going to start to get vaccinated beginning tomorrow at their work site, starting with the Detroit Police Department. Indeed, at Governor reported. 152,000 doses of the vaccine have already been administered. But a total of 520,000 vaccine doses have been distributed to the state Health Department as of Monday. Meaning most of those shots have not been administered to patients. Washington. Police confirm explosives were found of the U. S capitol and a pipe bomb discovered of the Democratic National Committee building and another at the Republican National Committee Building. D. C. Metro police also confirm Molotov cocktails were found in a vehicle on the Capitol grounds. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has banned President Trump from using its social platforms indefinitely. This includes Instagram, where the president has 24 million followers, and the president's Facebook page has 36 million followers. In a statement sucker, Berg wrote. He believes the risks of allowing the president to use their service during this transition period is too great. Crime ends up in Detroit, especially homicides and aggravated assaults. Chief James Craig says it's the lock down the number one factor and it's clear that the pandemic Was single, most factor and driving violence in our cities, including here in Detroit. Craig also said there's been an increase in fatal and nonfatal shootings. He blames it all on the Corona virus and the restrictions. New details are coming to light about a far reaching foreign hack on government government websites. Fox is Brett Larson has the latest. We're learning Maura about the massive cyber attack that hit many large companies and several federal agencies, including the Justice Department. A report from The Wall Street Journal says hackers were able to access department emails and about 3% of the accounts were affected. No classified systems were accessed. U. S. Intelligence agencies have pointed the finger at Russia for the hack. All of those hit were customers of I T software provided by a company called Solar winds, which reportedly contained an unknown backdoor for access. Russia denies involvement. Brett Larson, Fox News. The All new 2021 Jeep Grand Grand Cherokee, was unveiled today at Fiat Chrysler. Knew was Cherokee will come with.

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Confronted the CEOs of Twitter and Facebook and Google. At the section 2 30 Big Tech hearing. I don't think anything was. Do you think anything was accomplished to still You know? No, Not really. They're trying. Everybody involved was excessively prepared. Except for Jack Dorsey. I think you spent more time making sure that is his nose ring. Look good on nose grow up. Nose ring. But no I don't know. And his Fu Manchu beard, stop it. Just stop it. So that morning, he I mean, he found himself in the hot seat because that morning on the front page of the Wall Street Journal Page, a one was a story about how affectless Dorsey was essentially ambushed by his own company. When, with little expect explanation, the platform he leads just began blocking its millions of users from sharing links to a pair of New York Post stories about Joe Biden, son. Hunter Biden Within hours, lawmakers said they would subpoena Mr Dorsey to explain his decision. But it wasn't his decision. His company did it without him, even knowing Maybe. I mean, maybe he was getting his nose pierced that day. So he was fighting off embarrassment. Just a few days ago, he rightfully criticized his own company for their poor response to the Hunter Biden story, But he's trying it was trying to have it both ways. Now Democrats bemoan the fact that the hearing was being held less than a week before the election as if they were actually doing any campaigning or anything else. They kept up their usual gas lighting, accusing conservatives of being unstoppable conspiracy theorists. Really, really, You know, it's weird. Last night, we put something up on YouTube, and it outperformed on YouTube live as we're doing it. It outperformed all of our other videos that we've posted on YouTube and then suddenly Like all the views stopped. It's just like it's just all the people that wanted to watch it, watched it live there all set they were all did not know one tune and not another soul that people were sharing it And everybody said No. I don't want to watch that. It's a well targeted video right here. You got everybody. Everybody. Yeah, Yeah, it's it's weird. Mike Lee, who's joining us in about an hour was a bulldog Ted Cruz, I think was like Zorro jumping off his horse carving a Z just underneath the the Ah, the nose ring. Senator Marsha Blackburn, fresh off the Ame, Amy Cockney Barrett hearings even fresher than she was last week. But here's what it was really about. The Figurative public execution didn't happen because everybody was well to do too well prepared. It was less of a Senate hearing and mohr of a peek into like, I don't know. New York City. Everything was boarded up, you know, and ultimately you're walking around going. Oh, Okay. What happened here? Ah, where do we go next? You know, it used to be something. That liberals were concerned about. These giant corporations just taking over Now it seems like you're a conspiracy theory if you believe everything the left ever said Prior to like 1999. Now there's no problem. Do you remember the flags with the corporations? On the flag, and they're like it's the United Corporations of America. Remember that? Early three stars on that flag now. Google Twitter. Facebook. They control So much of America. The hearing faced focus mainly on Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Mark Zuckerberg always comes off the way he has come off to me in person is like I really want to help. I really don't. I just This is wrong, isn't it? Senator? Man, Can you just tell me what to do? I think Mark Zuckerberg is playing a longer game of Jack Dorsey being the jerk. Mark Zuckerberg is going to be the good guy that way he has a seat at the table. To try to design you know some common sense Regulations. That's what's really going on here. Going into the 2020 election. Social media CEOs have been worried about a hack and leaked data dump of hacked material that goes viral on their platforms like goose for 2.0 in 2016. Those were the Democratic National Committee numbers and emails, Facebook and Twitter, Nervous about an October surprise, a last minute dump of leaked to document that had the potential to sway the election. Well, we got that. Except they're not leaked documents. Ah. We have all kinds of document. In fact, we have all kinds of witnesses that have the same documents. We know their true nobody wants to report on him. And what does that say? That they hate Donald Trump so much that they will take somebody who quite honestly. You could make the case. Betrayed his country. Joe Biden. If this stuff is real, and I believe we have enough evidence to Maybe not convict. I think we do, but maybe not convict. But there's a leak. At least a grand jury would be convened. It was anybody else a grand jury would be convened and I believe they go to prison. He betrayed the nation and nobody seems to care. I keep waiting for somebody dropped the hammer on these guys, but they're not going to drop the hammer on them. They're all getting too much money. I don't think I don't think Mike Leigh and I don't think Ted Cruz heir getting money. But too many people in Congress on both sides of the aisle are getting money from, you know, Google and Facebook and Twitter and And what they what they did. What they're talking about now is an extortion racket. Even Harper's said that the left Big tech extortion racket. Remarkably, the author compared the fight against Big Tech to the Boston Tea Party, which I understand and I think you're probably right, but I want it. I want to focus on something that Jon Tester said yesterday. He's from Montana. Jon Tester called Big Tech,.

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on WTOP

"55. 59 in the nation's capital. Brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs. 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers 11 41. Now the US recorded nearly 79,000 new Corona virus cases yesterday and some parts of the country or being hit especially hard. Doctors in Iowa say they're worried they're hospitals could become overwhelmed. Idaho's governor has ordered a return to some restrictions. Wyoming now ranks among the worst states for the spread of the Corona virus. Cases are on the rise in Alaska again. Ah Hospital in Springfield, Missouri, is re opening an outdoor unit for patients. Alabama now has the most hospitalizations. Since August. Bismarck, North Dakota is now imposing a mask mandate and Denver will enforce tighter restrictions for businesses and offices, reducing their capacity to 25%. Thatis. CBS News correspondent CAMI McCormick For the first time, the nation's top infectious disease expert is calling for a nationwide mask mandate, Dr Anthony Fauci told the Journal of the American Medical Association. Well, if you don't want to shut down, at least do the fundamental basic things. Which are really the flagship of which is wearing a mask. And that's the reason why we've got to do what? We can't have this very inconsistent wearing that. You see when you see some states that absolutely refused to wear a mask how she expressed regret that masks have not been adopted more widely. Many election results may still be in doubt on election night and Facebook is taking steps to minimise confusion on Social media More from W. GOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the social media giant has a plan if a candidate tries to call a race prematurely. If someone says that they won the election when the result is an end, we will upend a piece of information to that, saying that official election results are not in yet Facebook was criticised for not doing more to lower the level of confusion and the Twins. 16 election, which included Russian meddling online. He's told lawmakers that Facebook has taken several steps to address that issue and users who Sinan will see the latest verified information about the U. S election. This is a very important issue to make sure that people can get accurate information about the results of the election on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P News Still to come on. W T O P. This lousy weather is impacting some Covad test sites in our area 11 44. Does this place look haunted? No, I don't think so. What about those two creepy girls come stain that is truly.

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The labor market continues to slowly recover from the slump in the spring. There were 870,000 people filing for unemployment benefits for the first time last week, the number of new claims have stagnated it more than 800,000 in recent weeks, four times the level before the Corona virus. Pandemic claims peaked at near seven million in March. The number of people continuing to receive benefits declined, but still was more And predicted at 12.5 million Jenny Cho Sola fox news, vice pandemic and concerns over the economy. Demand for new homes continues to surge. The Commerce Department says sales of new homes rose last month by 4.8%. The spread of cove in 19 is spring slowed sales but not demand. It says the pace pick back up over the summer, driving home prices to record highs in some places and record low mortgage rates also are driving sales. Facebook said to launch its oversight Betty next month. The 20 person panel, which consists of independent experts and human rights and freedom of expression, will act as a content referee ruling on users appeal cases such as whether a specific Instagram or Facebook post contains hate speech. Facebook says it's testing the newly deployed technical systems that will allow users to appeal and the board to review case is the company's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, announcing plans for the board in 2018, giving members the ability to overrule. Facebook's content removal decisions. Kristen Goodwin Fox News OSHA officials in Iowa have fine the Iowa premium beef plant in.

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on WDRC

"Trial. Suit filed against a social media company over the protests in Kenosha. Washington, Wisconsin. Four people claiming they were assaulted by right wing militia members during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, are suing Facebook, alleging the platform enabled violence by hosting a Kenosha guard page encouraging people to take up arms against protesters. The lawsuit also names three men allegedly involved with these militia groups as defendants, including Kyle Riton House the 17 year old facing murder charges for allegedly shooting three protesters and killing To Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg previously apologizing, saying the event wasn't removed because of an operational mistake. Kristen Goodwin Fox NEWS New York judges ruled President Trump's son Eric, must testifying an investigation in the family's businesses no later than October, 7 lawyers, Eric Trump had claimed his extreme friable scheduled on the campaign trail warranted to delay New York attorney general is investigating whether the Trump organization lied about the value of its assets to get loans or tax benefits are critical. Russia's president who may have been poisoned, is making progress in his recovery like sign. Navalny has been discharged from the hospital in Germany, one month after he collapsed and was placed in a coma. His doctors say he may enjoy a complete recovery, although they warn it's too soon to know for sure. No valley is a prominent critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Germany says he was poisoned with a nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union. Russia rejects that allegation and says it's seen no evidence of a crime in London. Simon now in Fox News, New York's Metropolitan Opera will skip this entire season for the first time. It is nearly 140 year history. A spokesperson says it intends to return from the pandemic layoff next September and will do so with their first presentation of a black composer. I'm Lisa.

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to criticism over the company's impotence in the face of militia organizing the contractors and the reviewers who the initial complaints were funneled to basically didn't pick this up and on. Second review, doing it more sensitively. The team that was that's responsible for dangerous organizations recognize that thiss filer of the policies and and we took it down. He blamed it on the contractors, which was interesting. The contractors being people that don't actually work for Facebook don't actually get any of the perks of working for Facebook, but are kind of tasked with dealing with The worst detritus of the Internet every day at low wages, often in other countries. Yeah. You recently spoke to Ellen Pao, the former CEO of Reddit, She said Basically that you subcontract things you don't care about. And you don't care about things. You subcontract Alan. How was the CEO of a reddit trying really hard to clean up that platform and deal with violence, Harassment and hate on the Internet. She said that she wishes that she had brought content moderation in house and I was just really struck by that. You know, nobody in Silicon Valley. None of these platforms ever talk about bringing content moderation in house. It's this huge workforce that is kept off the books there often in different cities and different countries, and they're not treated as being as important to company's mission. As the software engineers and the product managers and the ad sales people on being so remote. They Khun just follow the instructions. They can't make any judgments because a lot of times they just don't know the context. If Facebook insourced editorial I think that that would help. It's the largest publisher in the history of the world, and they have entirely outsourced editorial to people that don't work for the company. The content is generated by users, and the content is edited by subcontracted low wage workers, often in other countries. And then on the other side of it, there's just the sheer size and scale. Facebook is, in many ways simply too big to be effectively moderated. But it does seem that the employees had Facebook are starting to get angry. At the beginning of the summer, there was a digital walk out over Facebook's decision to say that Trump's quote when the looting starts, the shooting starts was okay. This was a company that was used to obedience. Among all the different Silicon Valley tech companies. Facebook has a reputation of the staff being kind of true believers that there are no problems that more Facebook won't fix. What we've seen this summer. Is that Facebook employees are increasingly coming out and saying the social effects of this company are bad and frightening and something needs to be done. And it's not surprising. I mean most of their employees live in the United States and are now getting firsthand experience. Of the kind of deal it tore IUs impacts that Facebook can have on a democracy that have been seen in the Philippines in Poland and India. How did you feel when you saw the Kevin Roose piece in The New York Times about how Extreme right wing influences are dominating the political conversation on Facebook, and we're talking about entirely alternate universes. It's long been the case that we can avoid inconvenient facts, But Facebook seems to have cemented these information pathways. To the point where they're like luge slides. You never get off the glide path. You are on way. I mean, I thought that that he's by Kevin was really important. I hope that more People, especially more journalists will take his advice and start spending more time trying to use Facebook the way that people that you don't know, use Facebook. There's a tendency in the journalists discourse to say that Twitter isn't real life. But since the pandemic we've all been living our lives online, the Facebook world that people exist in Israel to them. And if you don't really know what this right wing Facebook ecosystem feels like you need to kind of take the time and get to know it because it's a different world. So what would you advise a person who wants to engage with people outside of their luge to do What would you advise them to bring to those conversations? The parts of our psychology that Facebook taps into the structure of its algorithms is particularly effective for outrage for anger for things that are A motive and reactive. But when it comes to the much harder work facing this entire country trying to build social ties across political disagreements across Social difference. I honestly don't think that Facebook is capable of doing that. Probably you are going to be better off engaging in.

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To his tweets naturist is with the computer and communications industry association anyone who values free expression should be concerned that the US president's threatening to close down social media questioning false claims this is why the US diplomats regularly object to a broad one H. like China and Russia and Turkey restrict access the president can't regulate or close companies in any effort would require action by Congress when president trump threatened protesters that were looting in Minneapolis saying it would lead to shooting Twitter immediately took action but Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg said they weren't going to do that with more here's USA's John hunt Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg said he's not going to take down president Donald trump's post about shooting alleged looters in Minneapolis nor put a warning on them as did Twitter but he acknowledged he's been struggling all day with how to respond Zuckerberg said I disagree strongly with how the president spoke about this but I believe people should be able to see this for themselves because ultimately accountability for those in positions of power can only happen when their speech is scrutinized and out in the open Facebook said they'd been in touch with the White House to explain the company's policies for USA radio news I'm John hunt for you as a radio news on when the king really no room for Jake to briefly put a lien on my house took all the money out of my bank account took money out of my paychecks so it was a nightmare he needed help fast I figured that all these companies were the same until I called federal tax management you could just tell they knew what they were talking about right then and there I felt like I had some hope stop the liens levies and garnishment fast and qualify for one of several special IRS programs that can reduce or even eliminate your tax debt so how to go for Jake thank you what they said they.

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on KOMO

"Trends Facebook is teaming up with Carnegie Mellon University in an effort to track the spread of coronavirus Carnegie Mellon is using a Facebook survey to ask those who have the corona virus about their symptoms Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg says the goal is to provide a map of how the virus is spreading across the country provides a daily updated county by county map of this of the symptoms that people are experiencing across the country summer questioning how secure their answers will be given Facebook's recent struggles with privacy Zuckerberg stresses that his company just hosts the survey honey melon produces an aggregate report that doesn't include anyone's individual response it's a really important part of this program that Facebook is helping to distribute the survey but it's Carnegie Mellon survey he adds that Facebook users will be able to see hot spots and correlate that data with what hospitals are seeing on the ground with tech trends chucks Iverson ABC news small stores are closed right now but there are plenty of reasons to window shop thanks to about a dozen artists in Ballard who been transforming those boarded up storefronts into colorful landscapes and murals each designs different more than twenty bars restaurants and shops have been painted so far most of the paint and supplies are donated the Ballard alliance organized the project as a way to deter property damage and graffiti executive director Mike Stewart says other neighborhoods are doing this as well square has been doing an amazing job I know the sodo business improvement area is starting in in the end it been doing murals of different sorts for sometime now so it's neat to see the whole city kind of coming together with this do you know what this idea Ballard alliance has also hired private security to patrol the business core at night so that this artwork doesn't get vandalized this is the come on morning news so we'll get the latest from A. B. C. next come on his time may twenty eighth if you're a commission reserve or retired police officer security services northwest is hiring unarmed.

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"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on KGO 810

"Man off the tracks before he could be hit by an oncoming train cars down there were all your own the crowd say Hey kid out of the track way and what I looked I saw the headlights and I saw him and I was just lying here right so you know I I got lucky and and and and it just happened o'connor is a transportation supervisor who says he and his crew work all the big events like the raider games I'll be who will get to where they need to go safely and he says he hopes the many say bill pay the favor forward okay so I was down at that is at the Coliseum and that channel five I'll give you access to a TV crew there as the woman is trying to recreate the whole thing in this high ISOS guy because he was gonna jump down there no you go down people will be on TV so bad jump to sacrifice my land no plea watching her I was like maybe she's trying to what time the train as it comes to do her broadcast Mike maybe just get some B. roll yeah she might still be there trying to do it in other news today Facebook is mat massaging its image a bit with the new corporate logo is Kato attends marking it out you may soon notice a different looking Facebook logo on some of their non Facebook products the company said they are going with the new corporate logo basically a minimalist rendering of the Facebook name and it will be used on Instagram what's apt to libra in the new company website the timing is interesting as Facebook continues to get intense scrutiny from lawmakers for its privacy practices and presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has called for a forced break up of the social media giant which of course CEO mark Zuckerberg has.

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Fight misinformation or propaganda at least on Twitter over at Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg has been giving speeches defending his decision to keep political ads including those that contain lies president trump things tutors move is a bad idea pointing out that Twitter's leaving money on the table the Democrats are applauding the movie still Twitter will have political content choices to make this is a decision that puts Twitter in charge of deciding what constitutes a political or an issue ad that's my colleague Molly would host of market place tack candidate ads are obvious but issue ads from non profits or political action committees or even advocacy groups might walk the line and then it's a big gray line to deal with and since digital advertising is cheaper than say TV advertising small non profits or independent candidates are advocacy groups could be out spent and messaging by big incumbents and that kind of gets rid of the democratizing factor of social media other critics wanted Twitter or Facebook to ban targeted political advertising where these ads were pushed only to some users in the rest of the world would even see them or get the chance to react or challenge any misinformation or lies Twitter's stock is down two point one percent in premarket trading now Chrysler and Peugeot have now announced their intention to merge if the tales fall into place and if regulators in the US and France agree formally this would be fiat Chrysler FCA going in fifty fifty with France's PSA this would create the fourth biggest car company in terms of sales in the world here's the B. B. C.'s business correspondent feel like it PSA group in fat Chrysler of presenting this plan as a response to major changes that are taking place in the car industry they include the rapid development of technologies such as electric cars and automated driving a merger would allow them to combine their resources and pool their research it would also combine PSA group strength in the European market with fiat Chrysler scale in North America the business would be headquartered in the Netherlands however any deal would need approval from regulators and could face significant obstacles not least because PSA groups leading shareholders included Chinese state owned business and the French government the thank you the GM contract with the United auto workers following the strike was seen as paving the way for deals with other companies well as news of a tentative U. A. W. D. in now with Ford tomorrow we get the October jobs report where the effects of the now concluded GM strike will be apparent market place's Mitchell Hartman has more we've been adding about a hundred and fifty thousand jobs a month since July but for October says Joseph Bruce Willis at our S. and consulting we're gonna have a pretty bad number that's partly because about fifty thousand auto workers were temporarily off payrolls during the GM strike that ended last week job creation has been slowing down all year Bruce Willis predicts by early twenty twenty employers will be adding just about a hundred thousand jobs a month that's what we call the break even number the minimum necessary to meet new people entering the workforce and to keep the unemployment rate stable job creation has been weakest in mining manufacturing and other production industries John Lear at morning console says workers and managers are kind of bummed out we've seen a broad that fall of consumer sentiment within the manufacturing sector and it hasn't rebounded he says those companies are suffering the most from the ongoing trade wars and weakening demand for US exports I'm Mitchell Hartman for market place well this Halloween the numbers are.

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ceo mark zuckerberg" Discussed on 790 KABC

"CEO mark Zuckerberg says the company is better equipped and now the handle false information Jim Roop Los Angeles and southern California fire crews remain on high alert has high winds continue to hang around forecasters say the warm Santa Ana wind event will develop through midweek with gusts up to forty miles per hour in some spots officials say Thursday and Friday is looking good with humidity levels dropping almost nothing in temperatures rising southern California Edison is considering cutting the power to thousands of people and win prone areas firefighters are telling people to follow the ready set go plan and be ready to evacuate at a moment's notice Jeez in camp Donia K. A. B. C. news talk radio seven nine ABC sports first take on the Lakers tonight at staples center to begin that and be a regular season Astros host the nationals at five P. today game one of the World Series patriots beat the jets last night and the king skate Winnipeg this afternoon ducks are visiting Nashville today that sports on the new home of the U. S. C. Trojans your traffic market check weather and more Dr drew midday lively and tweed next ABC news time one thirty two federal reserve is lowered interest rates for the first time in eleven years in my friend to purpose funding of been saving people an average of seven hundred and fifty Bucks a month save big each month at no cost to you call eight six six four two nine nine six nine oh zero one eight six four one oh four Phyllis number two seven three two nine it's cutting into your exercise time it's stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind its pain and it's getting in between you and the life you want to live CBT medic target your pain at its source it's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the.