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Maryland Approves Country’s First Tax on Big Tech’s Ad Revenue
"Maryland lawmakers Moving ahead with the first ever attacks in the United States on Internet advertising. Maryland lawmakers voted Friday to override a veto from Republican Governor Larry Hogan of a first in the nation tax on Internet ads for big tech companies like Google or Facebook. Friday's vote in the Maryland said it was 29 17 the minimum needed for 3/5 majority to override Hogan's veto. The House of delegates voted to override the veto earlier in the week. The tax rate would be 2.5% for businesses with gross annual revenue of $100 million and climb incrementally up to a 10% tax for companies with revenue of $15 billion or more. Supporters and opponents agree. A court challenge is
Twitter drops all political ads in shot at Zuckerberg
"Turner pulls the plug on political ad in a series of tweets the CEO of Twitter Jack Dorsey says internet advertising is incredibly powerful and in politics that power bring significant risks Dorsey also says social media companies give advertisers an unfair advantage in proliferating highly targeted misleading messages Virginia democratic senator mark Warner says this was a brave decision and another social media company should follow Twitter I think Facebook decision recently to allow political candidates to lie with impunity is a wall decision Facebook says it will not fact check ads by politicians or their campaigns CEO mark Zuckerberg said politicians have the right to free speech on Facebook ad Donahue Washington
"internet advertising" Discussed on Mixergy
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"internet advertising" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"That'd be great. If Jason Scott played a role in the about using the storm, the heritage of classic, arcade games, dude that would touch everybody's heart string, isn't that? Right of it. Right. Modern games versus the old games. And now, that's what the there is an interesting send up of internet advertising, though. Like the way that that's handled. I think is up there with Wally in terms of making youth think about like because they anthropomorphized advertisements and the pop up blockers and all of these various familiar with on the web. Now are you know, late look like cartoon characters and the way that they personify them is really smart. And so like, I handed to them. I just wonder if I look forward to having a more in depth discussion. I also saw the trailer at least that there was some reference to the dark web, and they manifest though this dark web. Now, did they go far enough because that's that's a place. I don't expect to appear. In any form writing film? It's what you think it is. It's a CD alley is bitcoin bitcoin for PlayStation money. Like, no because that's not fair to bitcoin like, bitcoins everywhere. It would be there. It would also be elsewhere. But you're right. I didn't see that. But one of my favorite parts where they go is the old internet and just for a moment like the Nias cities. Blinken? You miss it geo cities is referenced good, right? Yeah. Tumbler, maybe we'll header selves in terms of technologies. I want to check in with Patrick Patrick. How you doing? I'm full of mirth and good cheer, also contemplating. What reading ready player one is going to be like in another ten years now. Right. When does it take place again is it like the forty high school for me? Yeah. I wonder I mean, it could be it could be present in some ways. Like, if people do turn VR in order to escape the the wealth gap that is ever increasing four-night with two hundred million total players is the modern way sus right right with with the crafting and everything but Patrick side from dad talk Hausa house tech thing. House a house tech coverage tech things good. We're still answering viewer questions review products. And everything from strange eloping source utilities for finding duplicate files. Which if there's an issue in your life, I have one for you KTAR dot com. You know,.
"internet advertising" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"You basically the targeting on those ads is now much more personalized in the way that mark zuckerberg talked about the basically gave it to to'real on internet advertising this week and for a lot of senators even just the internet and so you get kind of the same kind of targeting now for television as a huge transition okay so given that that is a huge transition are you seeing that facebook and frankly google are losing some of the allure that they once had because these targeted ads are perhaps even more effective given the fact that they are more notable as the only advertisement and they're on a specific show and they're also not skip able bi completion rates raucous cast television or fourteen percent so they because most people dvr the ads the i completion rates for connected television on demand television a ninety eight percent because they completely on skip able and you're right the the earl we can now measure this as seal house we can now measure this and the tv is a powerful medium and it's showing up on connected tv also so we're seeing already some budgets that's where we're seeing some budgets move where the early adopters of connected to the advertisers who are early adopters or starting to move some budget from social media from other digital channels like mobile advertising display advertising to television and we're saying response rates for the consumer that are just kind of really really strong approaching paid search interns effectiveness if you're in the marketing or advertising world and you're listening to mark douglas what are some of that i'm going to use the term buzzwords but what are the key things that you wanna be spending your weekend learning about so that when you go into the office on monday you can have a constructive conversation about how your business is going to operate in the future the.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Rocket
"Yeah i mean i think that from a security standpoint you're right i think every os vendor of routes every technology center has kind of a a role to play but i i do think that that the government should be looking at it i just wonder if we might have better luck in europe gala it's hard to think of like what agency could do this well right bill rosalie a private attorney general dostam the scope of the state level in federal prosecutor samanth wants to do it but i mean as the the article points out like websites are the victims of this rate like they're having wrong ads served up so the the people out there making content in good faith you know their actual victims of this certainly seems anticompetitive at the least i did want to ask you simone like this was your topic this week like you saw this story this really hit your attention like what what do you think about it i think the thing that is most interesting to me about it is that they're still so much to question about who if the heck is behind this because i mean we talk about about agencies pushing out garbage ads i mean that's pretty much the internet as we've known it in recent times like ads are bad they make people install add lockers they make things more dangerous for every one of the fact that there is this incredibly intricate fake organization creating separate agencies i'm going to read from the paragaraph right now each agency operates with a completely different set of it tools including thiel as servers demeanor frustration an ad serving coat like that this is a it's a whole it is the whole operation a whole thing it's like a consistent or villain lulu internet advertising which is like the least sexy topic in the world but it's obviously a huge blind spot because we all your views the internet a most people that i know.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Tech News This Week
"Thanks have tricked face id or they used inexpensive mass to deceive it in fact apple admits iphone ten owners siblings twins or kids under the age of thirteen have a much higher chance of fooling face id so for apple engineers it may be back to the drawing board the chrome web browser will soon be blocking noncompliant ads on all websites especially those owned or served by google it begins on february fifteen 2018 if an advertiser receives one violation most likely that will result in a warning but if there are several violations did go unfixed for more than thirty days chrome will block all their ads on the website this all came about because google joined the coalition for better adds this year that's an organization that recommends standards for how the internet advertising industry can improve consumer ads adds that unexpectedly place sounds or begin flashing or those that take over the whole screen are banned and not long ago the coalition announced a veteran ads experience program it will issue reports and provide screen shots and videos of annoying at experiences that will hopefully help sites find and fix these issues hey this week on the commando on the man podcast it's part two of billionaire innovators success secrets from today's top creators ever had an idea and never acted on it for this podcast is for you how to take your idea from concept to completion and we introduce you to pioneers in entrepreneurs who didn't get their big break until their fifties and sixties that's this week on the commando on demand podcast it's on the commando app or on your favorite podcast player by searching komo a indio.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Recode Decode
"And that business entered a really become surviving the abc network business which we shut down and sold and became the core of the company we like a lot of digital companies you know sort of tracked the um you know the kind of equity market public equity market for digital company so we went public in '98 we had a fifteen billion dollar marqui cap i in the year two thousand and then we hit the wall along with everybody else unlike most other companies we were fortunate in the spring of two thousand two of raised about a billion dollars right so we had the capital to remain solvent went others went bankrupt from two thousand one as i was promoted in two thousand and want to be the number two person between two thousand and wanted to thousand and four we both survived the dotcom meltdown and also attempted uh diversify away from our core business which was advertising into things like know database technologies them uh data itself because everyone is looking for some everyone's looking for something right away out right what happened in two thousand and four is the equity market for internet stocks came back we however did not come back with it because by that point we a diversified away from being what everyone thought we were roach was an internet advertising company and the board ended up deciding to sell the company through an auction we ended up being acquired by hellman and friedman which is a san franciscobased private equity firm they asked me to to stay on as ceo and our strategy from that point on was basically a kind of back to the future approach where we reverse our way out of the diversification that we had followed for other data later the very import which is interesting well dealers are ian is always a them but they are different ways to be a data sharon assume tell him at the i wanted to the origins of at the rim there is don't have you is talking about when and talk about first adds bate the origins of advertising people don't really understand how started piecemeal at wise in moving forward given things out google now facebook now but they really why is it really question will period of time how it was their monetize correct well i remember we had.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow
"Is a commitment you've me to make a company 5050 women in leadership positions by 2020 that's that's a lofty goal warentest the company stand now in terms of women in leadership yes women and leadership on one thing that probably not widely known about the company is we put the largest investment into women's leadership stories into a brand called makers which you're from all at me uh you know years ago of a five or six years ago and that was our initial investment into the women's leadership space to really understand it both from an individual individual woman leaders but also how do you change the landscape for all the issues you hearing about today a globally with women's uh leadership and i'd say the 5050 goals came out of are not just a uh a gunshot approach to say let's let's go for this it came out of five or six years of understanding the space and and this is my personal take on it after spending time in the ones leadership space for five or six years is the amount of risk that we need to take as a business to get the 5050 is extreme and uh that risk has to be treated like a business model the same way that we would go after internet content or internet advertising and compete with you know the the big fan companies the changes that need to happen in terms of women's leadership diversity and changing the corporate dynamic around that require the same amount of risk taking uh overall so we inside the company have changed one of our values we had this kind of value call pay at ford which was like try to help people and move things forward and the buzz and four or five months ago i changed the value a call their head of communications marketing it said.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"And dunks uh yeah i'm done i can't do it anymore you know what i'm going to do they're going to be far fewer it gadget reviews of this show and actually that's something we should talk about because we were talking about the air before the show started our podcast host has decided to comply with what we call the internet advertising bureau's new guidelines for podcast advertising yes this has caused uni much consternation as well a yes on the one hand you know you know i we've talked a great length on this podcast over the years about how internet statistics are inherently bunk and don't mean wrap unfortunately we do base everything on them and while i welcome and and want and look forward to there being some sort of standards for podcasting in which we actually have a really good idea of what's going on and boy it'd be nice if we just really collected actual stats which biz not out of the realm of possibility we aren't there yet and they're fencing around with things and the latest generation is rather depressing for us so yes we have put on it it and you know i always say like people or people in podcasting you're scared to talk about their numbers but we're not so what was at eighteen thousand downloads per episode was what we're at not too long ago and they have lunch episode nibbled us to make a make a little bit of money and and have some feeling of self worth right because what people need to understand is you cannot get advertising until you hit ten thousand downloads for episode period in that if the basic i mean that is barely scraping by so at ten thousand downloads for episode you can get a 20dollar cpm and cpm which is also a stupid internet advertising turned because m is the roman numeral four thousand.
"internet advertising" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Treat people fairly because we retreated people by the golden rule but were also in terms of what you typically think of when you think of marketing is we're very brave diversified we have a radio campaign were very focused on internet marketing when we stay up on the trends with that we retain all our website with a light we have a average life cycle of or websites we like to keep it fresh shan i dive into the website and added ourselves a bit in terms of the content and we also pay a couple of consultants to help us out with various forms of internet advertising we do pratt and we're just were very very diversified will do much much larger than that three million dollar company that where we started that and so it's all plan and all appropriate we have a a 10year plan were wanna be so it's all predicated on that you said roughly three thousand jobs a year yeah this eight or nine a day going on is that right you're finishing eatern a day it's funny i mentioned that i was talking to a friend yesterday and he asked the same question after the kid soccer practice and i said i say i told my comment him i told them just that at the di pinch myself i take a step back from it it's almost unbelievable the projects it hit a lot to watch it's not a responsibility and trying to organize all of that too yes difficult yes so you have some really good people in place to to help you something like that that's everything yeah because it's in at the end of the day it's a it's a people business i tell our people that all the time it's a where people working with people and we're working on what could be their most valuable asset their home we have to treated with the utmost care yeah so i wanna ask dan about this because i do wanna get more into your 10year plan in some of the things that you were you want to take the business from here at chesterfield fence deck but dan being from cma some of the things you've heard here so far you still have some family members involved you still have an ownership in a sense where thomas.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Talking Politics
"It's cui bono all over again who's who can benefit from this because at at the moment is one of the terrible things about this this general collection of data there are a number of proposals in in your book which looked like very good ideas in principle but looking at the history of of this stuff a cynical interpretation would be this is wishful thinking by meaning liberal yes i taint the so the more fantastic idea in this is the idea of micro payments right getting industry to give you small fractions of as of a penny each time the user data to benefit i think it'll be impossible to reconfigure the internet advertising structure to reward each user for the data that they give up that's one of the rival plans i don't think it's practical the reason may not be so fantastic is at every once in a while the european union does something that's also bolt not everybody likes it and you know there's always a long process before they make a decision but once in a while they make a policy innovation that set some standards communicate some expectations about public behavior and gives microsoft to slap go lap until the european union might actually be the political actor and that could force some of this good stuff to happen in a way you you could save the general data protection regulations gdp which they have justissued them which is now which will next year become low across the european union is an example of that so for example like i think it seems to embed a right of the citizen to have an explanation for unauthorised meekly may decision that that's quite radical what that means however in the context of this society at the moment with brexit loomed over it is that essentially if any of this technology is good to be controlled the only show in town is the european commission is that right it doesn't look that way the european union is the most creative the most as a government agent organization it seems to spend the most resources they came up a stop they of course to tend to overregulate in some ways and in some of the fine structures are pretty onerous but there's another internet of things emerging in china it's almost like.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"A google so i was a google user so uh a person from starwave actually had told someone a google about me and they called me corresponding called us the chairman of twitter now i met him in new york and he asked me what i thought about advertising in one on the internet and about a search and i think i told them that story i said look here's might here's why i'm having a meeting with us because i use google and i think that the you know the experience i saw internet advertising for search teams be one of the things that's really clear really faustin has a really potential high r y and ghul had been testing kind of advertising uh a little bit at that point and so long story short iin of going out to meet with the founders widow meden and similary ozer hey yet looked as being a revenue guy sales guy at gugel lake both early on throughout the career accompanied dominated by engineers ya um i think you see like clearly nalic larry answer here really are not engaged with with advertising as a business or not terribly interested in seems like i mean they understand the value of it um and it seems like that sort of ethos is up and down the company you know my experience there was was probably different because they're so early and um you know when i was there we basically everyone sat together so we would all kind of be in the same area and the engineers blaring sergei but we larrainzar were highly engaged in building advertising when it started.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Techdirt
"Like really interesting content in snapchat stories as well and you can follow those the brand snapchat accountant and see their story which i thought was both those there's been some issues with pat over time like some brands have been potentially moving away there are really yeah i mean this this may be going far off off topic but like originally like there was a big focus with a lot of brands would have jumped on on snapchat story isen and put they've sort of pulled back a lot of them have pulled back now obviously not all but a lot of them pull back and just found that they weren't ready weren't performing or they are the emmett gate i mean they want snapchat i thought you know snapshots position was was really interesting may have really sure to target because if you look at the the sort of a breakdown of advertising dollars yum internet advertising is still relatively small there's there's still you know it's been growing obviously rut tv advertising is still the monster right i mean there's so much money because in tv advertising and snapchat i think very wisely thought like if we could attack tv advertising head on the tv money to come here then that's a real opportunity and so you know they saw snapchat as a way to to do and so they were should have i was i thought it was doing pretty well yeah originally the reports were that it was doing really well and i thought so too but more recently the reports are less and less enthusiastic ran a number of advertisers promptly have sort of moved away or backed off of will the only slept i really see abandon seagrams and snapchat is really just the metrics i'm there's like there's a few people that i follow who are constantly commenting on instagram versus snapchat user aides.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Up First
"I'm not going to try to read his mind that he did not spell it out for the governor's what i will say that i spoke to plenty of people who think a lot about these issues and what they say is listen it's really important for politicians for policymakers to pay attention at this point in the game to data specifically big data who stockpiling it and what are you doing with it all right they're just a handful of companies that have tons of data on us and that gives them a huge competitive advantage to shut out competitors we see this already playing out the worlds of internet advertising rate and in that world facebook and google basically have an all out duopoly of the european union just hit google with a huge fine for exploiting its data advantage to block competitors so you know something that politically to can do now is pay more attention to who's got the big data because in the future you know consumers can lose out with that kind of monopolistic behaviour the humans in charge of artificial intelligence could do in a number of things arthey thanks very much my pleasure that's on the sean and that's up first for this tuesday july hey teeth i'm steve inskeep and i'm david greene we hope you'll start your day with us again right here tomorrow and you can subscribe to us wherever you listen to podcasts you can also rate us and review as on apple podcast and whatever the rating may be thanks for listening to npr your npr station mix up i possible each morning please support them and support us by going to donate at npr dot org.
"internet advertising" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day
"India were far away from something like the terminator right advocates shearer for the head of artificial intelligence at facebook he actually he got a little spicy about it he told me the desire to dominate the desire to dominate socially is not correlated with a taligent it's correlated with testosterone which i systems will not have the his words not mine occur reassuring may be so some disagreement here i mean does that mean the political leaders regulators don't need to worry about artificial intelligence taking over the world no no it doesn't mean that i mean the thing they have to pay attention to at this moment is data big data okay who is stockpiling it what are we doing with it whether they're doing a or something else you'll there are only a handful of companies really that collects tons of data on us in that gives them a huge competitive advantage of chanaged that you can use to shut out others were already seeing this very clearly in the world of internet advertising right where facebook and google and google basically have a duopoly the european union's just issued a huge finding gets google for exploiting its data advantage in europe to block competitors a and you know one big data defines more and more industries be at cars real estate healthcare you could get that same kind of comes consolidation and then we as consumers lose out what about the other question about labour light gum as an computers and automation killing off manufacturing jobs other jumps ray a i mean automation is definitely scary and dramatic but again that's going to take a while so what the public sector probably has to think a.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"Is basically a black box that scares away a lot of advertisers that really record licet of our custom to a higher degree of measurement metrics they announce at a more specific city intuited your ads being served or people actually hearing does that of copied it a writing on the internet right you can see with with great specificities specially through platforms like facebook but also just sort of traditional internet advertising now allows you to really zero in and say this kind of person raviv in this specific person looked at this thing we know this person when zap owes and you can now chased them across the web at showing a met saint parachutes news the load on an yoga and selling but that is distant state of digital advertising so rates pacifist everyone who deserted web publishing has access michael called beat with shows you second dissect how many people are are looking at your article how long the reading it for joseph super depressing number were those people are coming from how they got to your sights of the really really precise stuff rent impact casting it just base of your shrug yeahit's a somebody it's very vigilant of like i send out a magazine today reggie don't actually no firm people looked at peach for which it may not even get it may just be in their mailbox immediate matter of fact riots i'll be sitting on the coffee to read or like into the back then somewhere um and that is an issue for a podcasting if it wants to be classed as a digital products and so to be sort of except that with an larger pool of buys um and so for a long time the only advertisers that that had another way of figuring out whether dipak as at spends were working were durix months appetizers because they're driven in part by with can convert of promo code lauraluna'smattweldingcom hooded in the roma code recodethat's right mac while the knows that you've got there because you listen to meet tissue get a bit more money for for this officials spot you know ii will say what super cool is the is that when the column who have we referenced earlier of at the end of the year when their office in the show me a pie chart.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Our pow aware our brands of this do they care about it because you're talking about okay google even the ipo was saying click fraud is really important um resigning click for it's like impression fraud it's it's the fact egos yeah needed love la on on the um i woulda cold it programmatic uh what does it um and a good third party exchanges and things like that that gets very very hard to police um but especially ozhulun were were you know some set up a bought to pretend to buy something from an online retailer uh then you accept the cookie and then start sending traffic to uh their friends publisher pages in the hopes of that relate retailer tries to come in and pay a lot for impressions so these are really really difficult i think uh i think wh advertisers are not as stupid as uh as we think uh the do have a look at how much their spending on internet advertising and as that efficiency goes up or down they changed their spending uh i used to travel around lot talking to some of our customers as well kind of as a ugh duggan pony shows the best way to put it but yeah is i was also really interested to see what the what our customers thought and some of the bigger players you know they were aware of at fraud but they're saying it internet advertising is still far more far better value than you know print where there were spending forty percent save their their advertising budget was on print media but he fourpercent their customers timeless bent on print so.
"internet advertising" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"So what you have to do is almost as catandmouse game where the resources you throw at reducing the fraud uh have to be kind of in line with what you're losing because of the fraud in there's no point trying to stamp it out completely because you know why spend ten billion dollars a year getting your for the rate of fraud from a billion to half a billion dollars for instance and no one really knows what the true rate of advertising is a sorry true rate of advertising fraud is so it's very hard to in a any company to decide how much you're going to spend stumping that i one of my real concerns is that the industry now has very high bars for what it expects so you know everything from uh people trying cloaking or fake accounts are buying advert at edwards accounts that would've been in use for a year by some business and business decides trading they could sell edwards accountant suddenly this legitimate business can start putting in our you know these are still very very hard problems but only the larger companies seem to be able to throw the resources at solving them and i think a lot of that it is behind you know the last few years google and facebook taking the lion's share of all growth in that industry and that's ridi concerning that you know if internet advertising becomes a kind of multibillion dollar stakes poker game where you know you you need to hire 5000 quality people before you can play uh that's a concerning development i'm concerned that google facebook uneven solvit with hiring five thousand people at having the main thing is like i don't i'm not sure that brands.