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Facebook let companies access users' friends data
"In Europe today, Nick Schifrin tells us there are new documents that show the social media giant gave other companies select access to user's data. Judy. The documents were released by a British parliament committee and seemed to show Facebook using all of our data as a bargaining chip to increase revenue the committee accuses Facebook of cutting special deals with companies like Netflix Airbnb and lift to access users data because those companies were advertising on Facebook Facebook restricted access to users dated a company's at deemed competition the data. We're talking about is users education and religious background. Also, preferences, what users like and don't like this matters because Facebook claimed to have restricted access to this data to all companies in two thousand fifteen and it matters because it raises questions about Facebook's interest in collecting your data and making money for the record the NewsHour works with Facebook on some video projects talk about all this. I'm joined by the Washington Post Silicon Valley correspondent Elizabeth Watkin from San Francisco. Thank you very much for being on the news hour, can we start with these internal discussions in two thousand twelve and we now have these emails Facebook figuring out how to make money. Mark Zuckerberg writes the following in October twenty twelve without limiting distribution or access to friends who use this app. I don't think we have any way to get developers to pay us at all does that shows Brooke thinking about users data as some kind of bargaining chip. I think it does. And you have to see the big picture here. Which is this is right after Facebook is on gone public. And the media story is that they can't pivot to mobile are they going to make money their stock price was dropping. And so they have at the time this whole developer community in or tens of thousands of apps that are literally writing off the social graph. Even the Obama came campaign did at Cambridge analytic did it and they're looking and saying we need to make money. And so they're looking at these relationships with thousands of developers, and you can see this intense bargaining. That's going on between Zuckerberg Facebook's top brass over who should get access and how while at the same time what they're publicly telling developers is. Is that all the access is free and neutral and this runs up until this debate runs through twenty fifteen when they finally decide twenty fourteen two thousand fifteen to finally decide to cut off access, but what we're learning is that actually there were whole categories of exceptions at the time. So let's fast forward to twenty eighteen Mark Zuckerberg is in front of congress. This is April. And he is speaking in two in response to a question from dean Heller Republican of Nevada. Well, Senator once again, we don't sell any data to anyone. We don't sell it to advertisers. And we don't sell it to developers. What we do allow is for people to sign into apps and bring their data and it used to be the date of some of their friends. But now it isn't with them. And that I think makes sense. I mean, that's basic data portability the ability that you own the data, you should be able to take it from one to another if you'd like the documents out today show that while Facebook didn't sell data they use the data to make. It's the documents strongly suggests that now the caveat is we are seeing bits and pieces in the documents. It's not like it's a full transcript of everything Facebook ever did. But from what we can tell what's interesting is that privacy didn't come up that much in the documents. It was all about competition
"dean heller republican" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Dreamed there would come day where I would prove either of those men were outright liars just by playing video of what they said about exactly the same thing in the past. The proof that Chuck Grassley is lying now about the FBI investigation is. Is what Chuck Grassley said in support of the FBI investigation of Nita hill. Same thing with Orrin Hatch, I showed you that video last night of both of them. Dr. Ford knows. She's going into a rig hearing with a majority of the senators who have already made up their minds about her testimony before, hearing a word of it, and she doesn't want those senators to be allowed to hire an outside counsel to save them from doing their own dirty work on television reports indicate. Republicans are looking for woman lawyer to hire to do that for there isn't a single woman member of the Senate Judiciary committee, not one. And now those men on the Republican side of the judiciary committee want to hire a woman as an outside counsel to sit there beside the chairman, Grassley and save all of those men from humiliating themselves as most of them surely will. If Dr Ford can come to an agreement with Chuck Grassley about one in how to conduct a hearing that is more fair than staffers, like Mike Davis and senators. Like Chuck Grassley. Orrin Hatch have proven themselves capable of delivering. Senate staffers former Senate staffers in the Senate Judiciary committee and others, Adam Johnson, Lisa grades, Ron claim will all join us next with what happens. Next. Donald Trump is in Nevada tonight at a campaign event for a dean Heller Republican running for Senate there who's in a very close race now, statistical tie with the democratic challenger. He just spoke to Sean Hannity talking about the possibility of Dr Ford testifying to the judiciary committee. Let's listen to some of that. I say, let her say what used to say. Let's see how it all comes out, but they've delayed it a week and they have to get on with him. And journey her discussion. Now, Adam Johnson, former deputy chief of staff to Senator Harry Reid. He's direct Republic fares for democracy for at least a graves code director of documented. She's the former chief counsel for nominations for the Democrats in the Senate Judiciary committee and was the deputy assistant attorney General Department. Justice in Ron clain is with us. He's a former chief of staff to vice presidents Joe Biden and Al Gore may former senior aide to President Obama. He was also chief counsel to the Senate Judiciary committee during the Clarence Thomas Anita hill hearings and rod, I just wanted to start with you with your reaction to what we just heard the president say he has repeatedly said that he, we should let her say what she has to say is the way he said it tonight. He doesn't sound as strict about a deadline as the Republican senators have tried to solve. Yeah, Lawrence, you know, it's ironic funny. Interesting that Donald Trump really has been on his best behavior of the past couple of days about Dr forge charges. And that's because he's looking at a political playing field. Brad Kavanagh is the most unpopular supreme court nominee in the history of polling on court nominees, the Republicans face a life or death. Election this fall and women are the deciding vote between college age, women, college educated women are the deciding vote, and they are watching this very carefully and Trump may lose his supreme court. Nominee. He does not want to lose the house in the Senate and atom. I want to go to you about Mike Davis because I discovered Mike Davis is tweet when you captured it and re tweeted about it. And I was stunned to see what he said that his job is. He's just determined to get this nominee confirmed. Obviously they pulled down the tweets as soon as it came up, but it was an amazing window into this Republicans staff investigation that Chuck Grassley and the Republicans were trying to tell us is a fair and honest investigation. Yeah. I mean, usually Grassley staff is very skilled at erecting. Being a facade of professionalism and sort of institutional as them in front of their relentless partisan hackery. But today the masks lift Mike said, the quiet part out loud and they gave the game away. I mean, they are trying to present themselves as so impartial that they can be trusted in place of the FBI to conduct an investigation into this..
"dean heller republican" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"She's very smart to be careful about how she how she goes about this and the I want to read you something that dean Heller Republican Senator from Nevada said today on a conference call that has now been reported a conference call to Nevada Republicans. And this is this is certainly inside look at how the men certainly of the Republican party in the Senate. See this. He said, we got a little hiccup here with the cabinet nomination. We'll get. Through this and we'll get off to the races. And so for him, it's a little hiccup, not exactly. I mean, look, she. She would be coming before a committee that includes Senator Lindsey, Graham who has called this drive by shooting. We certainly have heard from Senator hatch who thinks somehow she's just mixed up. So it's not that she's coming before a group of people who are impartial, who actually want to get to the truth is they wanted to get to the truth, they'd let the FBI investigate this this she's asked. But instead they are trying to jam this nomination through his we seen and many people have talked about, there is no rush to do this. It's the only rushes their political rush. When you look at Merrick, garland, who, of course was nominated and spent three hundred days trying to keep from actually entertaining his nomination. So I think that this is a committee that is already stacked against her politically and they are looking to jam her to bully her. And I think she is wise to be really smart and buffalo about how she. How she goes through this process. I mean to say, we have to have you here Monday at ten AM, right. Oh, by the way, make sure you have all of your your whole written statement for us. Friday at ten AM is to say, we don't want your best testimony. We don't want you prepared. We don't want you rested. We don't want you to get outside of trouble of madness that you've been captured in by the glare of this story since it became public and there is Susan Collins, encouraging. All of this Susan Collins is encouraging all of Chuck Grassley bullying here. It's been very discouraging to see what senators have sad and treating her with suspicion as opposed to someone who's actually try coming forward and doing her civic duty to talk about someone who is being nominated, not just for an average judgeship for a lifetime appointment of the supreme court. And I think the important thing to Lawrence and I know you're picking up on this because everyone is women are paying attention. And if anyone on that committee thinks that women aren't noticing this, they should just wait till November six because. Women are upset. They're sick of seeing women bullied. They're sick of seeing women not being treated with fairness and listening to our stories. So I hope I hope the Republicans on this committee are really, really thinking carefully about how they tweet this woman, sue Richards. Thank you very much. Really appreciate it. Thanks a lot. And when we come back more on the FBI investigation and why Brett Cavanaugh is afraid apparently of talking to FBI agents because lying to be I engines his AAC con..
"dean heller republican" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"dean heller republican" Discussed on Biden's Briefing
"Hey, listen to Biden's briefing every week. I'm him picking relevant stories and topics in the news share with and now under the briefing. GOP spending against ObamaCare plummets in two thousand eighteen election's Democrats are on the offense. While Republicans have largely given up on healthcare as a campaign issue by mandatory for Huffington Post. Since the Affordable Care ACT's passage in two thousand ten repealing ObamaCare has been the driving issue. The Republican party GOP lawmakers voted to defend change or repeal parts of the law at least sixty seven times while President Barack Obama was in office and they promised voters that if they won control of the White House, they'd make the dream of full repeal come true. Republicans received their chance in the two thousand sixteen elections, which handed the party control of both chambers of congress and the White House, but they failed to get the job done last year as voters, realized what they'd be losing and public opinion swung in favor of the law. The GOP has shown no signs of trying to take up repeal again this year. Now, Republicans are giving up on ObamaCare repeal as a campaign issue as well. Anti-obamacare ad spending in the two thousand eighteen election cycle has plummeted compared to the same period in the previous three cycles. According to the data compiled by Kantar media C MAG for huffpost. The reality of the situation is that Republicans really don't have much to say about healthcare. At this point, said Geoff Garin a democratic pollster who is president of heart research, what are they going to say on it? Admitted a Republican strategist who requested anonymity to speak openly and who previously worked at the national rep. Publican congressional committee will repeal ObamaCare. I mean, what are they going to say? That's believable. Democratic spending on healthcare ads is slightly up from where it was in the past three election cycles during the same period and democratic strategists and candidates say that for them, healthcare will be front and center. We see healthcare as the defining issue of the two thousand eighteen midterms said David Burstein spokesman for the democratic senatorial campaign committee. The Republican healthcare agenda is incredibly toxic with voters of every political persuasion. For the first time in an election cycle since Obamacare's passage, a majority of the public now approves of the healthcare law Democrats now have a sizable advantage over the GOP on the issue too. And in a recent huffpost yougov poll voters chose healthcare as one of their top issues. Even a poll commissioned by America. First policies? Ah, pro-trump group found that lower. During the cost of healthcare is the top issue for many voters of the respondents who said healthcare is a top concern. Only thirty four percent said they want ObamaCare repealed and replaced forty. Seven percent wanted problems with the law to be fixed while fifteen percent said they want it to stay exactly as it is. One of the ironies of the Republican attack on the Affordable Care Act is it's made it more popular in voters is especially as voters, have a chance to compare the Affordable Care Act to the Republican turnips. Garin said Republican, attempts to repeal ObamaCare met a wall of opposition last year as the details of GOP alternatives became clear, and Americans realized what it would mean for people who now benefit from the laws protections and financial assistance as part of a broader mobilization against the Trump administration and its policies. ObamaCare supporters showed up at town halls and protests around the country leading to high profile confrontations and please. To keep the healthcare law in place. Healthcare is one of the most personal issues far more so than tax cuts, which is what Republicans apparently want to run on this cycle and Democrats are using it in powerful campaign ads. Healthcare costs are still a significant concern for people and the GOP has largely dropped any efforts to make healthcare more affordable. Anna Greenberg democratic pollster at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner research cautioned that while there's no doubt that people are concerned about healthcare costs, she's not sure if that issue or any other particular issue will be what drives people to the polls in November in political discussions. People talk more about how much they hate the divisiveness in the country. She said, I think it's going to be interesting to see how Democrats can bring the healthcare issue in as an indictment of Republicans in their values, but also as an economic conversation at a time when a lot of this is being driven by this kind of larger move. Food in the country. She said Republican sense that healthcare is no longer an issue. They own representative. Mike Bishop Republican, Michigan is in what should be a reliably Republican district. But in an election year, that's already bringing unexpected winds to Democrats. Bishop's seat is considered a bellwether that could be up for grabs last year. His campaign site had a section about repealing ObamaCare. This year bishops issues page has no mention of healthcare, Stu Sandler, a campaign consultant for Bishop told the Washington Post that the new site reflects the congressman's accomplishments and that he hasn't changed his position on ObamaCare. I'm sure Republicans want to change the topic said Jesse, Ferguson a democratic consultant who works with groups on the healthcare issue. If you ask the captain of the Titanic, he'd want to change directions to. But after you've already hit the iceberg, it's too late. Tax cuts seemed to be where Republicans are focusing their energy and pinning their two thousand eighteen hopes. I think running for the benefits of tax reform is where I'm going to focus my attention on speaking about why we should be the party in Power in control and what that means for the American people senator Tim, Scott Republican, South Carolina, said Tuesday, when asked about healthcare in the midterms. But so far that measure which was supposed to be the highlight of the GOP legislative agenda isn't resonating as much as the party would have liked toward the end of the heated special election in Pennsylvania's eighteenth congressional district last month Republicans largely abandoned ads touting their signature piece of legislation on Tuesday house. GOP leadership told its members that they needed to get out there and start talking more about the tax cut law. Because right now it's not at the top of the public's minds. Republicans did run ads on ObamaCare in the Pennsylvania special election going after democrat, Connor lamb for supporting the healthcare law and Republican, Rick Sokoto supported repeal. But ultimately it didn't work lamb one in a district where the Republican incumbent who resigned over a sexual misconduct scandal had run unopposed in the previous two cycles Trump won there by twenty percentage points as well. Democratic poll found that the healthcare message was a winning issue in the race with a majority of voters opposed to what the Republicans wanted to do to the Affordable Care Act on the anti-obamacare side. The American action network is running the greatest number of ads and spending the most money. One million two hundred fifty, three thousand seven hundred dollars this cycle according to the data compiled by Kantar media, C MAG for huffpost on the pro Boma care side. The group save my care has the highest number of spots while J B Pritzker who just went illinois's democratic gubernatorial primary has spent the most money, two million one hundred seventy three thousand ten dollars yet the ongoing efforts to undermine the law and how that affects voter. Sentiments are an X factor in all of this last year's GOP tax Bill, eliminated the financial penalty for people who don't get insurance without that. In place. Healthy people are less likely to buy insurance causing premiums for those who keep insurance to rise. At the same time, Republicans at both the state and federal levels are doing what they can to change the rules on the kinds of insurance vailable. This is expected to result in cheap, but less generous plans for people in good health and more expensive premiums for people who want or need more comprehensive coverage, including those with pre existing conditions. The effects of some of these changes will become apparent this fall right before election day as consumers begin to learn what coverage for next year will cost Republicans will likely respond as they always have making. The argument senator dean Heller Republican, Nevada did in a closed door event this month. The problem they'll say, is still with the law itself. Give Republicans more seats in congress. And this time they'll actually repeal it eager bobick contributed reporting. That's it for today. If you liked today stories, share the region with the friend, let us know what you think on social media. Again, thanks for listening.
"dean heller republican" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"See bannon's fall from grace with the trump administration is sending shockwaves through the 2018 election republican candidates clamoring for his support are now actively distancing them themselves msnbc national political correspondent steve kornacki is at the big board for a breakdown of the fall so steve has deep and actually managed to unite the republican party we need it's fascinating remember just before this week what was supposed to be one of the big stories of the early part of 2018 can we primary races look this is the senate battleground map next year there are rid of the republicanheld sees the blue the democraticheld seats what we thought was going to be one of the big stories in 2018 was they were going to be a lot of primaries a couple these live stage here in nevada in arizona may in mississippi were bannon was going to back insurgents challenging republican incumbents challenging the republican establishment so what are we seeing a happen in some of these places as a result of this will here's a perfect people nevada dean heller republican incumbent us senator he's in trouble in the republican primaries get dini tarquini who's running against in their turquin was supposed to be the bane and candidate heller the establishment candidate will guess what the news about being in the book to quote it all comes out turkey unions asked about it is he say anything nice about bannon no he says this he says i supported the president before he was elected i support him now i will continue to support him after the primary and most importantly i will support him after i am elected the same cannot be said about mr ever if mr bannon chooses to be with me he came in but again tarquini near is basically saying this is about supporting trump this is an about being and he's making his choice in that's what we're seeing in all of these races look in arizona there's going to be an open seat this is were flake the republican is retiring mix sally though the congresswoman that's the establishment choice they want her to get the nomination kelly ward was shaping up to be the bannon pick is kelly ward out there saying positive things about steve bannon are very similar.
"dean heller republican" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"And i think in that context you you may see them for their own self preservation offering more critiques of the president now we would like to see them speak truth now to defend liberty and equality in america now regardless of sort of where the legislative agenda is because these things are important and as corker mccain and flake and others have pointed out recently our democracy is at stake i wanted to take a look at this twitter back and forth between danny tarquini and who bannon is pushing in nevada to challenge incumbent senator dean heller republican tarquini and tweeted quote i challenge dean heller to sign mcconnell's replacement pledge the senate leadership fun and that's the superpac aligned with mitch mcconnell they it back here's another played for dini's are carrying design backing bannon over his exwife's charges which has a daily knew this headline about allegations made against ban bannon that he said something antisemitic that is not a love fast to that is a nasty back and forth into and for mcconnell's leadership pack to basically go there and say bannon's antisemitic or is do you agree with that dini tarquini and that seems really really gloves off yeah it is close up it's remarkable i mean we have who was the president of the united states the republican presidents chief strategist waging war on the senate majority leader and it's it's mit republican majorities everywhere this is the moment to be unified and here we are nine months into the administration and they're going to battle at each other it's going to be an ugly 2018 i mean i agree with one thing that steve bannon did say which is that if the mcconnell wing or if the non bannon ring of republicans you represent a majority of actually the voters.
"dean heller republican" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"I would like some of those words from john mccain today comes with stewart i appreciate your time good to have you back ya all right thank you and next the top republican senator under massive pressure at home cast the deciding vote on health care the comments like this sway dean heller republican turncoat and gene should have an arch next tuesday and sanjay gupta on john mccain's returned to the senate floor just days after major surgery on a brain tumor when diesel tnt into the provokative ruled over you will you shakespeare cianci's new drums shoes we are not only weapons a woods told with revolutionary visual style the modern sumatra the sousse celebrates old love lost history and bruins of william shakespeare gnc's new series rule bears monday signign starting to lighten on tnt and all the tnt app senate republicans clearing their first major hurdle to repeal and replace obamacare squeaking out of fifty one fifty vote to begin debate on their latest plan vice president pence cast the tiebreaking vote one big reason for the victory was senator dean heller young law is out front broadcasting live outta las vegas sin city seven ninety talk now want to understand what kind of pressure nevada republican senator dean heller is under just turned on talk radio so let's talk about the consequences senator dean heller is facing heated born out of republican turncoat gene should have an arching next whose name us seething base that heard the threats from president trump loud and clear as a party must fulfill that solemn promise to the voters of this country to repeal and replace what they've been saying for the last seven years the president made that threat intimately before delivering it personally and publicly to senator heller look he wants to remain senator dozen a okay and i think the people of your state which i know very well i think they're going to appreciate.