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Techmeme Ride Home
"daniel sullivan" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"But tell you about. Is it a good look when accounting firms writing reports to prove crypto companies are solvent says it will no longer work with crypto companies is Netflix's ad supported tier not signing up as many eyeballs as advertisers hoped. And of course, the weekend long read suggestions. Here's what you missed today in the world of tech. Every time I think I'm out, they pull me back in. I know I told you, I didn't want to cover any new Elon, Twitter controversies. Especially around who he would or wouldn't ban, but I guess I have to carve out exceptions for controversies that might affect this show directly. More on that in a second, but also it's probably unlikely I could have resisted telling you about all this anyway. First up, late yesterday, Twitter suspended mastodons official Twitter account and prevented links to Mastodon servers from being tweeted or added to profile bios. Twitter called them harmful and malware, which okay, capricious, but also not nonsensical, macedon is a Twitter competitor, Elon owns the platform, no one says he has to help a competitor on his platform. Then, Twitter started suspending the accounts of several journalists, including The New York Times Ryan Mack and CNN's Donnie O'sullivan, Elon Musk later said that the quote same doxxing rules apply to journalists end quote. Quoting NBC News. The accounts of Ryan Mack of The New York Times, Daniel Sullivan of CNN, drew harwell of The Washington Post. Matt binder of mashable Micah Lee of the intercept. Steve Herman of Voice of America and independent journalists, Aaron rupar, Keith olbermann, and Tony Webster had all been suspended as of Thursday evening. Musk said the suspension stemmed from the platform's new rules banning private jet trackers responding to a tweet from Mike Solana, a vice president of the venture capital firm founders fund, who noted that the suspended accounts had posted links to jet trackers on their websites. Well, okay, they weren't actually tweeting private jet things they were just linking to people tweeting about private jet things. Also, the thing that all of those journalists have in common is that they've covered Twitter and Elon news recently. It's part of their beat for a lot of them. And they had, in fact, been covering a lot of them the whole Elon jet account controversy. Quoting NBC News again. Criticizing me all day long is totally fine, but doxxing my real-time location and endangering my family is not Musk said in a tweet, Musk retweeted that the accounts banned Thursday posted quote, my exact real-time location basically assassination coordinates in obvious direct violation of Twitter terms of service end quote, NBC News was unable to verify that allegation end quote. And then later last night, a lot of these banned journalists discovered that while their accounts were banned, they could still somehow get into Twitter spaces and so thousands of people piled into a space to discuss all of this. And Elon briefly joined the space, then abruptly left it, and then the space mysteriously went dark. And now the entire Twitter spaces product seems to have been taken down entirely. I'm going to let BuzzFeed give you the minute by minute on what happened last night. Quote, Musk showed up in the space titled save Ryan Mack, Mac pack after former BuzzFeed turned New York Times reporter Ryan Mack, one of the suspended reporters, more than two hours after it started, showing real-time information about somebody's location is inappropriate, and I think everyone on this call would not like that to be done for them. Musk said. Musk attempted to claim that reporting that linked to Elon jet was doxxing, which is when private and personal information such as addresses or phone numbers is published, because it could give live information about his and his family's location. He added that Twitter won't make a distinction between journalists and quote regular people going forward. You're just a Twitter citizen. So no special treatment Musk said, you dox you get suspended and of story end quote. Musk who has long spoken out about his distaste of the media and reporters on Twitter said that quote, band of Asian, or trying to be clever about it like, oh, I posted a link to the real-time information wasn't okay on the platform. Journalist Katie and a toplis who was hosting the space pushed back and said that the journalists had simply reported about the Elon jet account. Quote, you consider that like a tricky attempt at ban evasion, she asked, you post a link to the real-time information, ban evasion obviously Musk said. Washington Post tech reporter drew hartwell, one of the suspended reporters said that he hadn't posted Musk's address on Twitter. You posted a link to the address Musk shot back. Quote, in the course of reporting about Elon jet, we posted links to Elon jet, which are now not online. And now banned on Twitter, harwell said, quote, you docs you get suspended and of story must set again. And then left the space in the middle of natalis trying to ask him a question. Shortly after Musk's appearance, the space suddenly ended without warning. Sorry, it appears the space cut out, screen went suddenly blank on my end and everybody got booted, tweeted a topless and quote. And as of this morning, Twitter spaces remains disabled. Elon said that Twitter was fixing a quote legacy bug, which the bug might be the fact that band accounts can still get into spaces, but I don't know. So this is what I meant by this news actually affecting this show directly. Chris and I weren't planning on hosting another Twitter space until the new year. But will spaces even be around by then? I feel like the team behind Twitter spaces was one of the first teams to let go. I guess we'll have to dust off our Clubhouse accounts maybe. Also, what it looks like is that Twitter has banned the accounts of journalists who were talking about and reporting on the whole Elon jet account getting banned controversy. So there have been legit discussions in the tech meme editor slack overnight, like if we tweet about the journalists who have been banned for talking about Elon jet getting banned, would we get banned through some sort of transitive property? All right, I just want to state two things for the record. Number one, I am not a journalist. Never claim to be journalism as a profession, and a craft that requires years of training, which I do not have. And number two, I respect Elon Musk. I believe he's a business visionary, if not a business genius. I find him warm, generous. I actually find his unique brand of dad humor, quite funny. I'd go so far as to say, he's an attractive man. I have no personal experience with this, but I'd imagine he's a gentle attentive, but also probably quite a vigorous lover. Am I doing this free speech thing right? His hair is full and lustrous. He has a lot on his mind, but he's always thoughtful and deeply. This is convenient. Remember I told you about how that auditing firm mazars was producing proof of reserves reports for binance, crypto dot com and other crypto platforms. Well, no longer, they're not working with any crypto clients going forward, quoting Bloomberg.
The Ben Shapiro Show
"daniel sullivan" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"The worst financial market in years, hiring freeze everywhere, Q four is looking great. So first of all, I do love the reaction from people on the left Robert Reich did the same thing. Another billionaire is going to, okay, I would like for you to name a giant tech company that is not owned by a multi multi millionaire. Really, name a big tech company that is not owned by somebody who's with hundreds of millions of dollars. They do not exist. There's no Twitter app that is owned by the homeless guy at the end of the street on grand in Los Angeles. That's not how any of this works. Twitter employees heard news of the latest development in Musk's potential purchase while they were in a meeting, discussing the company's goals in 2023, according to Bloomberg. Roman Chad hurry, the Twitter director of machine learning ethics transparency and accountability tweeted quote living the plot of Succession is effing exhausting. Well, I think this person will not have a job for a particularly long. This is just my quick prediction. Again, director of machine learning ethics transparency and accountability means presumably the director of censorship over at Twitter. And of course, CNN's Daniel Sullivan then tweeted this Twitter employee sums up what I'm hearing from folks inside the company today. Yes, because as it turns out, Elon Musk has different ideas about censorship than you do. And this is why you are so upset. EJ Samson, who works in global business marketing to encourage every Twitter employee to go outside and take a walk. Twitter's head of global development on the Weinstein simply indicated what a roller coaster it has all been. Well, you know what? The good news is that Musk is actually creating a self cleansing mechanism here. It's what or by buying, presumably all these people either out themselves and be fired or quit. And it'll be great, because Twitter needs to be completely restaffed. There's a deep state over at Twitter. In the same way there was a deep state in the federal government, meaning an entrenched bureaucracy that has ideas of its own. And all of those people can simply go away. That would be wonderful. Kevin ruse, who's a longtime critic of open speech on the Internet. He's making some predictions over at The New York Times and what exactly is going to happen now that Elon Musk takes over. Presumably he's going to clean house starting with firing, Twitter's chief executive pira agarwal, according to roose juicy set of text messages between Musk and his friends and business associates emerged last week as part of the legal battle in them. Musk made clear he was unhappy current leadership in particular with Bragg agarwal, the chief executive who took over last year from Jack Dorsey, the text showed that AdWord had initially sought to work constructively with Musk, but the two men eventually clashed, admiral one point told must be a text message his habit of tweeting things like his Twitter dying was not helping me make a Twitter better. What did you get done this week? Musk shot back. This is a waste of time. Yeah, man. Well, good, good, because all these people need to go. Ruth says that the employees will revolt. Well, oh, oh no, so really, go
2DU Regional News
"daniel sullivan" Discussed on 2DU Regional News
"Good morning, I'm pro Mari, a person in Balkan has tested positive for COVID-19. The person was tested on Saturday returning the policy result yesterday. They considered to have potentially been infectious from last Thursday and has also known to have been in dabo and bathurst during their infectious period. Investigation ten contact tracing are underway. New South Wales health says to protect the people of New South Wales from the evolving COVID-19 outbreak, you stay at home orders have been put in place in several western New South Wales local government areas. You restrictions are now in place for the bogan, Burke, brewarrina, can ample Gilgamesh, narrow mind Bulgaria. The orders apply to all people who live in the areas or have been there on or after August 5. The rules will be the same for greater Sydney dabo and other places already in lockdown. There are fears there may be more COVID-19 cases in the dubo community since August 1st. The 7 day stay at home orders means you can only leave home for essential reasons. Member for the taboo like trip to God's orders told Richard perno or schools will be impacted from today. Old schools will be going to learning from home unless there is no other option. So students, if parents are essential workers and do need to be at work then students can still go to school and be provided with the care they need, if at all possible parents are being asked to follow that learning from home model that we had last year, education department staff have been in touch with old schools as of now. A full list of COVID-19 rules hand restrictions can be found online following the New South Wales government website. Meantime, a heavy police presence will be in and around the dai region to ensure the public are doing the right thing that you will run a Midwestern police district commander superintendent Daniel Sullivan told me the time for education had passed. In police would be taking an enforcement stance in relation to the public health orders. Offices will conduct time visibility proactive police patrols more so around shopping centers testing signs and vaccination clinics. COVID-19 virus fragments have been detected in samples taken from Dubois sewage on Monday and other food such detection. At this stage, it's believed that these pods have results to run related to the two COVID cases in dabo. And the New South Wales government says, how do they retailers who sell the central products can open after new restrictions put in place for the dabo and several other western New South Wales. Businesses, my nature change how they operate or temporarily cause..
"daniel sullivan" Discussed on Untrained Wisdom
"Good morning and rally rolled around. I let my fifteen minutes of fame is going to be over on with my life and then it's six thousand people in a facility, that'll let people. So when you made the video game at night and I remember watching it cuz I found a video on Twitter and somebody had posted it and it would completely simple. It was just you talking into the camera for. Yeah, I guess if you have less than that and instructing people. Well you know what, this is how things work. And so what I think you should do is due blah blah blah. Yeah. And then that was it, it was just like, a simple instruction that you were that video has been seeing over two point 1 million times when I did it. It wasn't even. And this is what a lot of people don't realize. It wasn't even about the politics of it. It was about the choice of Juneteenth in an auditorium. It was fifteen minutes from side of what used to be Black Wall Street in a summer. That was so full of tension regarding the safety of black lives in the station home. Like really poor choice to me. Yeah, you know, right away, they moved the date, the 20th, which cool. Also we moved it often teeth, but it's still really poor choice. The might have be home atmosphere in our nation so it wasn't even really about politics. I didn't know who I was holding for at that point. I'm had made a decision. I'd pocket from my earpiece, so obviously I was being very careful attention to what was going on with the Democrats, but I thought it was just the most bizarre thing on the planet, that it wasn't even about his politics. At that point in time. It was about the message again, sending two black friends I had made on the platform and the fact that they felt completely ignored in our third. That's really what it was about for me and then it morphed into this political activism thing. Okay, it's really kind of how it happened. Were you surprised by the reaction that you got from? That video. M, o blown-away. Absolutely. I wrote a guest post on a Blog and it was all about how careful what you type on social media because you never know. I'm the wrong demographic to go viral on top of a Gen-X or not, a gen Z or Millennial. I'm not a celebrity. Didn't get little dances, I had no clue. So, the whole next day, I am said frequently to my husband since that day in June, how did we land here? How did the Gen X or become a viral video maker and major influence or anything. It's just a large. Yeah, that was really wild because when I saw the video and I just happened to watch it once, I was like, that's so simple. It goes to show you that the message has to be really something that connects with a lot of people because when I do see, Tik Tok videos is a lot of times paired with music and special effects and text and bring the flashiness of Tik Tok which is fun to see, no doubt but then you start thinking oh is this what Tik Tok is only? You don't realize that. Oh it's just a 60-second video of youji. Talking and singing something like you would in front of your phone. Yeah, it's just a simple and you doing that really reinforces how important the message has to be as opposed to the bells and whistles of the platform. So, I think that's really powerful in terms of how you're using it. Once that came out, I assume that you're a follower numbers just shot through the roof. Oh yeah. They were jumping like crazy for a long time. And, and every so often one of my videos will catch fire again. I'll get a big build-up and followers, so it kind of Ebbs and flows now. But yeah, I jumped pretty fast too. Okay, okay, and it helps that right after the rally happens. I don't even watch the game order for parties, is that day. So I put the phone down and I went quickly more important anyway, right? Like birth. And everybody was messaging me had rally, oh my gosh, what did you do? I'm like, what are you talking about? What I do, I have a phone call from a reporter with the Washington Post wanting to talk to me. I have a phone call from CNN wanting to interview me for reliable sources. The next morning, I have a phone call from a woman who worked on Petes campaign and came to Iowa and how caucus who now works for something called provide. The digital Coalition was to talk to me about working off social media team. But the campaign itself, but it's a partner of the campaign that was like, my fifteen minutes of fame was supposed to end. What the heck. And so the next week I clocked it, I worked a full-time job just dealing with PR stuff. We're dealing with scheduling interviews all over the world and all different forms of interviews. And I literally just spent forty hours trying to keep track of group of supposed to talk to when at home emails and and and which, of course, now it's all over stories. And one of the people that connected with the strongest on Tik Tok, is the genetics or sexual older than me from Omaha. Well, she's dead. End of story before the rally happened jumped on Tik Tok started participating. Reserve your tickets. And then she, and I just kind of thing connected. And I'll stop in their lives every so often, every time I do, she's like this is the lady that brought me to Tik-Tok. I'm here. So we cross pollinate each other's followers. It's all the time now. But yeah, it was wild because there were people in my generation that saw that first story. Daniel Sullivan did before the rally, in West Palm o people. Our age Google Play on the class level. Okay, let me go check it out. So I've had a few people tell me that are my age and older, but they came to the platform because if I could do anything else, I feel like especially with the, the people who are closer to retirement age, there's this sense of trepidation when they tried to do something new with technology or they're nervous about it. But then you're this example out there, saying, I got in there, I did the saying don't be afraid of it, right, right. And that's encouraging. Can you talk a little bit about the people, especially older than you, how they've approached the platform and maybe how you've introduced him to the platform? Because there's a difference between I saw you on Tik Tok and then I decided to explore myself versus, can you help me navigate through this? So my phone doesn't explode. Some people have just kind of come and hung out there been a couple that they know that got on right around the time of the rally. And they just hung out for four or five months, and they do create content. They were just watching what other people were doing. And I would every so often get a question about. How did you get that money to do that? And it's funny because other people get the same questions and I know they do because every so often I'll come across the tutorial video. Don't know how to use this effect. Here's how you do it and they'll have screenshots of themselves going a process. Yeah. Especially like on a video. It's kind of cute because some people are like let me try and see what happens and others don't like I don't want to ruin my phone. How do I do this? Yeah, there's always somebody willing to throw a tutorial. Out there at you or so, you would deal with screenshots saying what you need to do, which on this, then click this, then click this. And you said before, when we were arranging this to somebody that, you know, his old that has gotten pretty significant in terms of their Tick, Tock usage and following, can you talk about that person? This is the one that I mentioned who's from Omaha or username on. The platform is North Omaha, cat lady. My name is Rosie off again. Showed up on a platform before the rally happened cuz she saw the original CNN story. I was like, well, I can maybe play around. She's also a para-educator. She works with special-needs kids. So she took advantage, and working in the education field and her videos know, just the first several that she did, it would be her to get a chair and excuse my language, but she starts all over videos with. I'm just sitting here getting my fat cock became, so that's Rosie. Now, that everybody knows North Omaha, cat lady because.
All Things Considered
UN Report: Myanmar Generals Must Face Justice
"UN human rights investigators say they think. Top generals in Myanmar should be tried for genocide the investigators are calling on the UN Security Council to move swiftly and get. The international criminal court involved there report goes into details about the atrocities carried out against, Rohingya Muslims in an ethnic cleansing campaign that began a year ago NPR's Michele Keleman reports the UN human rights experts poured over satellite imagery videos and photographs and interviewed, eight hundred seventy five people to. Come to their conclusion that the military had. Genocidal intent when it carried out attacks against Rohingya Muslims in March kind state they, call it a human. Rights, catastrophe with, widespread sexual violence and mass killings one of the authors Christopher Doty says six top. Generals should be prosecuted? For genocide war crimes and crimes again Humanity there is no doubt in our. Minds whatsoever the what we. Saw happen in, real time as a whole would not have happened, without firstly being within the knowledge of the senior military leadership. And Secondly under their effective control and it's because of the clarity of the China of command in may. And Ma that we have recommended the investigation and prosecution of these six investigators also say that the civilian government led by angst. Onto Chee has blocked investigations here's another panel member Rediker kumarisami we just feel that the, Nobel prize winner has such moral authority perhaps you should act the US has been waiting for that to according to Akshay Kumar of Human Rights Watch there's been an, effort in Washington to really tread. Softly and try to give her the space. To let do the right thing unfortunately she just hasn't human rights experts have been, raising concerns about the. Face Eight of Muslim Rohingya and other minorities in Myanmar for decades last year after rebels attacked police stations the military stepped up a brutal campaign against. The Roe hang up hundreds of. Thousands have since fled to neighboring Bangladesh the UN Security Council is. Expected to discuss this. Tuesday but Kumar who follows the UN for Human Rights Watch is not expecting much it. Doesn't look like they're going to take any action after this meeting it might just be one of those sections for people talk. A, good game but don't follow things up and that's what we're really seeking Groups I want the UN Security Council, to impose sanctions on top generals in. Myanmar and stop arms sales to the. Country Daniel Sullivan of another advocacy group refugees international also wants to see the Trump administration speak up what, really has been lacking. Is further measures of targeted sanctions referral to the international criminal court or really at, the ten day right at the base is a lack of leadership from the top I mean this is one of the worst crimes we've seen in. Our generation and we haven't heard anything, from from the president we don't feel that leadership in pressure from. The United States and that's been really disappointing so. Far the US has stopped short of Colleen Nisa genocide, and the State Department has not yet released its own report on the mass. Exodus of row Hindu Muslims from Myanmar the treasury department has imposed some. Targeted sanctions on four military and border guard commanders but not on all the, top generals that the UN. Human rights experts say should be Tried for