15 Burst results for "Jeff Zuckerberg"

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:48 min | 3 weeks ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You've got to recall I believe it was March 5th 2017 When I did a radio show using exhibits exhibits from the public media piecing together what was an effort A really domestic espionage and sabotage Against what was the Trump campaign and then the Trump presidency You remember that And you remember how I came under attack with very few friends in this business defending me Couple but very And that'll be 5 years come march And the reason was they knew that they were lying They knew that they were covering up They knew that they were doing the Hillary Clinton Barack Obama Joe Biden Plan Russia collusion was hatched by the Clinton campaign In collusion with the Obama administration That now is abundantly clear That it's abundantly clear These people are sleaze balls Look at Jeff Zuckerberg using over $400 million to try and effectively influence the election They don't play by the rules And yet here we have a January 6th commission trying to take in as many Trump people as possible This is tyranny moving aggressively towards totalitarianism I want to read something from Sean Davis Who is terrific over at the federalist and he wrote this the other day I believe it was Sunday may be Monday Over at the federalists the U.S. intelligence officials were so concerned heading into the 2016 election that the Russians were aware of potentially manipulating democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's plans to smear Donald Trump As a Russian agent that they personally briefed president Barack Obama on the matter duly classified CIA documents show CIA officials also requested the FBI investigate Russian knowledge of the Clinton campaign's collusion smear operation So Barack Obama knew from day one that this was phony Brennan knew from day one that this was phony They knew it was phony And they knew that this was coming from the Clinton campaign Newly declassified handwritten notes from former CI director John Brennan show that the U.S. intelligence community knew in 2016 The Russian intelligence was actively monitoring and potentially injecting disinformation into Clinton's anti Trump collusion narrative The intelligence concerning Russia's knowledge of Clinton's campaign plans was so concerning to Brennan In other national security officials that they personally informed Obama of the matter in the Oval Office in the summer of 2016 The handwritten notes from Brennan were declassified by director of national intelligence DNI John ratcliffe and provided to Congress on Tuesday afternoon On Tuesday afternoon Brennan was all a TV pushing this narrative wasn't he Obama was all over the place pushing this narrative about the Russians The Clinton campaign and their media This is the biggest fraud ever committed against the American people ever You talk about an insurrection This was an insurrection According to the declassified notes Brennan and U.S. Intel community knew months prior to the 2016 election that the collusion smear was the result of a campaign operation Hatched by the campaign of democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton We're getting additional insight into Russia activities from redact Brennan's handwritten notes state alleged approval by Hillary Clinton on 26 July of a proposal from one of her foreign policy advisers to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by the Russian security services You know who that foreign policy adviser was Ladies and gentlemen we now know today Jake Sherman The national security adviser who currently serves who currently serves under Joe Biden The notes appear to have been prepared by Brennan to memorialize a meeting He held on The White House with the president as top national security advisers Including in Brennan's notes are the responses of other participants in the briefing including those of former White House national security adviser Susan Rice former White House chief of staff Dennis McDonough former DNI James clapper for those responses are redacted This is what we need a commission to investigate At one point Obama asked whether it was any evidence that collaboration between the Trump campaign and Russia but any response that may have been recorded in Brennan's notes is redacted Moreover the CIA and other intelligence agencies also suspected early on That many of the key claims underpinning the collusion narrative could themselves be the product of deliberate Russian disinformation Last week ratcliffe released a declassified memo based in part on Brennan's notes Noting that Russian Intel was aware of the Clinton campaign's plan Let me get the date of this correct because I blew it This is last year October 2020 I'm just underscoring this right now While I cling campaign hired Christopher Steele a foreign agent in the pocket of sanctioned Russian oligarch dossier of allegations against Trump the primary source of most of the salacious and damning allegations of treasonous collusion came from a suspected Russian spy named Igor danchenko Who has since been indicted So just to understand this was released last year the indictments of danchenko and the sussman Michael sussman a partner of Mark Elias Now we have this guy Jake Sherman the national security adviser In other words ladies and gentlemen this.

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"All right, thanks very much. Well, President Trump filed lawsuits against the big tech companies claiming that they violated his First Amendment rights by Removing him from their platforms. And, uh, you know, there's a lot of things about this. Those companies have the right to do what they want to do. They're protected by a law in Congress. Uh, but if, but if if the government is somehow complicit in this, it's a different deal. Let's talk about all of it with the John Browning is a lawyer in Texas was widely respected expert on social media and the Internet. He's author of the Lawyers Guide to Social networking, Understanding Social Media's impact on the Law. Good morning, John. Good to talk to you. Good to be here. Thanks very much for having me. Alright. So does the president have a leg to stand on with this? Or is this just a publicity stunt? Well, I don't want to go so far as to call the publicity stunt, but I really don't think it's really very legally strong case. It's pretty weak and I don't anticipate at the last very long in the courts. Mm. Does the government have to have some kind of linkage here for there'd be a violation of the president's First Amendment, right? Well what the government What the case is lacking, really is a solid basis and constitutional law. Uh, put to put it very simply. Um, you know, he sued private companies like Facebook and Twitter and YouTube. But he's sued them for violating First Amendment rights, and he's called them, Uh, State actors, really our First Amendment rights, protect us from our free speech and and these other rights under the First Amendment. Being violated or infringed by the government. Right? Regardless of what the president the former president, you know, wants to have it. Facebook is not the government. No, it's not. That's why I said as I set this up. Is there any linkage at all between the government and these companies? Because if not, why would Lord even file this Well, that's a good question, and I think we can probably get our first hint and looking at who filed it on behalf of former President Trump in the past when he was contesting The election results and engaging in other actions and in the courts. He was represented by big national law firms. We don't have that here we have a lawyer who was retired. Court lawyer. He made his reputation suing, You know Big tobacco. We have a small personal injury and real estate firm out of Connecticut and local council commercial litigation. Uh, lawyers in Coral Gables. These are not constitutional lawyers. They're not First Amendment experts and they Don't have that kind of background that, um former President Trump turned to when he was previously litigating and in the federal courts right? Is he simply trying to get some of the laws at least the members of Congress looking at some of the laws involving big tech changed, altered or New ones enacted because it seems like And this is your field. It seems like, uh, we have not kept up with our laws and new technology. Oh, you're absolutely right the long you know, And that's something I talk about in my my books and writings all the time. The law cannot hope to keep pace with, um you know, technology. It just can't and section 2 30, the Communications Decency Act that gives this kind of Immunity from civil lawsuits to companies like Facebook and Twitter has been widely criticized for you know, sometime now and both Democrat and Republican lawmakers, um have threatened or called for it to be either abolished or overhauled in major ways. In fact, President Trump when he was in office, Um, was a very vocal proponent of getting rid of section 2 30. Back in December. He actually, um, vetoed the National Defense Authorization Act of $740 million piece of legislation. Because it didn't incorporate a congressional commitment to get rid of section 2 30. But you know, folks that are are still calling for that. It's certainly um, for him to ask a federal court to just declared unconstitutional is really not likely to happen. Mm. No, it's not. Yeah. Jeff Zuckerberg spent so much time on Capitol Hill the last few years. I thought he was elected to some officers on. Oh, my goodness. When he's not electric flag surfing on July, 4th. That is exactly yes. If you believe that. Hey, John. Thanks so much for your time. This form we do appreciate it. Take care now. Thanks for having me That's John Browning. Uh, welcome.

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"You know, folks, more mohr content than time. And so I'm going to jump back to the phone lines ASAP. Before I get in some of the other information that I want to share with you today by going to Bruce Listening to the programme in Grosse Pointe Farms. Bruce Thanks so very much for your call to the program today. Well, thank you for taking my call. Good here, and you're good hearing your voice again. Thank you, sir. Now correct me if I'm wrong on this, Okay? I heard on the news today. Ted Cruz going after Jeff Zuckerberg from sport about, you know the the big tech censorship of a lot of news stories, especially this. This latest one with Under Biden and Bob Linsky. Now now, I believe Zuckerberg had said that there are actually crews had challenged him on why Facebook and these other platforms are little more than cheering sections for Democrats, the Democrat Party Man. Zuckerberg says something about Transparency and how we're not really doing it by that type of thing is said and Cruz is basically all right. But wasn't a Jeff Zucker Berg. Darryl, Correct me if I'm right. It wasn't just sucker Berg, who called his all of his crying Ah, braying, you know, howl at the moon. Underlings have Facebook together and said that 2016 must never happen again. Meaning we have got to beat Donald Trump the second time around Now, how is that being transparent or how's that being objective? Well and then when you set up your business, and it had been caught setting up your business programmed with ill goal rhythms. That sift out certain kinds of speech that can be construed as opposition conservative Republican oriented or the like. How is that transparent? And the only thing that Mark Zuckerberg offers Is this lip service that? Well, it seems that even though we're covered under Ah, provisions to 30, which allows us to operate the way we do, there may be time for the discussion about a reforming off the way social media operates with regard to its content. Well, I don't want to.

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Public transit and buses at a rate 50% higher. And they're getting worse. Service Less service less Green service as my inducing service waiting forever service missing job service in Roxbury, Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio Vandal in Revere, now being charged to Revere Man is charged after prosecutors say he spray painted swastikas on a Muslim woman's car and also spray painted white power nearby on a City street. 38 year old Jason Pagliuca, now free on his own recognizance. He's gotta wear a GPS device and stay away from the woman. Top Republicans say Wearing a face mask is a pretty good idea now, and President Trump says he would wear one in certain circumstances. The president also says the nation's battle with covert 19 will soon be over. Even his cases rise across the South. The president said it again in an interview with Fox business. I think that at some point that's going to sort of just disappear. I hope his press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany was later asked if that hope is a strategy. The president's confident that it'll disappear. He's confident that he's put together a Revolutionary first class team that is going to break through bureaucracy and get us a vaccine doctor Anthony found, she said this week. There's no guarantee of vaccine will be ready on an accelerated timetable. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington Race to the White House, and for the second month in a row, Joe Biden has raised more money than the president. Meantime, the polling numbers right now continue to plummet for President Trump as well. Politico morning consul to pull finds, Trump's approval rating has dropped to 39% with 59% of voters disapproving of the president. ABC political director recline. People have been presenting the president with this kind of evidence with this information there, hoping to see an adjustment in strategy. Perhaps when he's back on the campaign trail, he's able to turn that around. But these crisis have not been good for the standing of the Trump presidency fundraising numbers, reflecting that trend, as well, with Biden and Democrats raising more than Trump in the Republican Party in the latest round of numbers and as liquid Terra ABC News Washington. Speaking of numbers, we are going to get some big numbers on jobs coming up later this morning, and so far the market seems to be ready for it. Let's check in now with Bloomberg Business at 708 Here's Tom Busby, though you bet a lot of enthusiasm this morning on Wall Street, Jeff Dow futures up 270 points right now. On promising results of some new covert 19 vaccines from Pfizer and the June jobs report You talked about employers expected to have added three million jobs in June, as more businesses reopen. That would be the most Never in one month. Tesla, now the most valuable auto maker on the planet. It just passed Toyota and major tech company CEOs including Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Jeff Zuckerberg, Facebook, agreeing to testify before Congress later this month, and they should expect to get hammered over charges of excessive power their companies have over online.

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Impeachment teach me trial begins. Well yeah the fair trial begins and it began well late in the day. Chief Justice John Roberts had the lecture the sides You know the nutshell thing here. Is that Adam. Schiff believe it or not did a better job than than Republican twitter would have you believe he actually. He made the a case based on existing facts and witnesses that the president should be convicted. The president's team was bogged down in procedural arguments. They thought that the Democrats are GonNa make the procedural arguments and the Democrats Actually were able to get a surprise off on them because here they come with Adam Schiff making a legitimate case for impeachment based on existing facts. And you know I listened I realize and I used to be in the world and I finally just got fed up with the intellectual dishonesty of it of O. Adam shifts he is a clown and of Jefferson Clown and he's not he's not the Great Guy to litigate this long term but as opening statement solid despite what you're hearing and some of the president's team were a little more clownish than they should have been bogged down on procedural procedural matters and process arguments when the other side's cleaning their clock on. Yeah look at all the evidence and witnesses. We have so far. We're pretty sure of the rest. Come in it'll be even more damning But then Chuck Schumer arraigned on the parade by dragging it out until almost two o'clock this morning with procedural votes that even Dianne Feinstein was taken breaks and going out and say we need to stop this. Because we'RE GONNA lose. We'd like to go home tonight. We'd actually like to have this trial. It was ridiculous in an ended up with the Democrats on the floor manager sighed. I getting snippy with the president's team. which caused John Roberts? Chief Justice of the United States in designated hostage dude is not the designated survivor. He is the designated hostage and he looked like it half the day. Like Oh my you know. Who is the admiral who ran with? Ross Perot who am I. Why am I here? That that looked like John Roberts was city there the whole time like God. What have I done to deserve this punishment? Forgive me but he ended the night This way I I think it is appropriate at this point for me to admonish both the house managers and the President's council terms to remember that they are addressing the world's greatest deliberative body. One reason it has earned that title is because its members avoid avoid speaking in a manner and using language that is not conducive to civil discourse in the nineteen o five swain trial a senator objected when one of the managers use the word petty fogging and the presiding officer said the word ought not to have been used. I don't think I think we need to aspire to that standard but I do think those addressing the Senate should remember where they are now. What started this was Jerry? Nadler Blur was starting to lose it through the day he got really upset that the Senate Republicans wanted to essentially build off the Clinton impeachment precedent. He's I don't know why we gotta deal. What the Clinton impeachment precedent? Because you. I realized Jerry Nadler that you're in the House of Representatives and in Congress the Democrats or the opposition but the Senate is the enemy or the Republicans are the opposition in the Senate. Is the enemy me. The Senate actually is a group of adults and they're run on precedent in the Senate. Does things unlike the House of Representatives. It is when the Senate does stuff. They build off existing precedent why because the Senate is perceived to be or is run as a body that is in continuous operation. That is why so you really see. Major rules changes in the Senate and it requires typically a two thirds vote or a nuclear deployment of an option to get around that two-thirds requirement because the Senate is perceived to be continuing. Why because only a third of the Senate is up for reelection? Every two years it provides a level of stability and maturity to the body They take great pride in all of the senators on the Republican and the Democratic side. Take Great Pride in and it is notable that you get Kamla Harris Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders campaigns. Yeah we're going to get rid of the we're going to filibuster the Senate's a useless institution solution. And then they get in the Senate and they're like I do declare. I'm going to filibuster under rule three of the United States because they're senators and they love this. They love the back that they're two from every state they may get on the campaign trail and demagogue their institution because they're politicians many bloodsucking talking creatures but when they get back to Washington DC inside the Senate. They're senators those jokers. Could show up in White Toga Robes. They would do it. We would just all laugh at them so they don't now again. Chief Justice Roberts was laughing about all of this or I shouldn't say he was admonishing both sides because Jerry Jerry Nadler started a fight the house guys responded it got a little ugly. Well here comes. What is what the hell is happening to CNN? I work for CNN for three years. I've got a a lot of friends at CNN. In privately even a lot of the reporters are grousing about the direction. Jeffrey Jeff Zuckerberg has taken not Jeff Zucker is taken it and the reason they're grousing about it is because CNN had always prided itself in being very objective news network. I will tell you I got hired at CNN. A Win Lou Dobbs. This show was coming to an end and and people in the building were celebrated that Lou Dobbs. This show was coming to an end not because they were left of center but because the people that we can finally be a true objective news network we we can finally be what we wanted to be while Lou is here with this clown show partisan stuff we can finally. We don't have crossfire. We don't have Lou Dobbs Straight News Organization and now they keep hiring all these left wing flex John Harwood from CNBC. WHO's a left wing? Partisan talking point machine has now been hired. It's ridiculous so we've now got Joe. Lockhart President Clinton's former press secretary trying to explain what what the chief justice was doing that really it was about the Republicans even anyone who watched it. It was clear it was Jerry. Nadler set off the chief justice and even the people on. CNN Aren't having having Joe Lockhart nonsense you from yesterday. Well I thought that The chief justice's Comments were aspirational Because they are not living up to this I you you have two sides. Talking past each other. Democrats are focused on the evidence. What happened the gravity of the situations? The Republicans ends are sitting trying to t provide soundbites for Sean Hannity. Laura Ingram Tucker Carlson. That's all they're trying to do what they did in the house and I think while the chief justice said said in equal parts he was not really speaking to the house monitors. He was speaking to the president's legal. Jerry Jerry maybe using the term cover up and what. He's going to admonish him many more times because the Democrats are going to use that for. Joe Yes you'll be. He was he he was going after Jerry Nadler of course he was going to Jerry Nadler Okay and by the way I want to set the stage here this is CNN. You've got John Avalon. I'm John Berman Alson CAMMARATA. I know them both by the way good people I know John Avalon as well. He and I disagree on a lot of stuff. But he's he's it's not a bad guy and he's definitely though centre-left in his worldview and you've got Joe Lockhart so you've you've got to anchors. Neither whom are really friendly to the GOP side. They're nice people but neither of whom were really freely to the GOP side you've got John Avalon there as kind of the replay an adult in the room to Joe Luck. Where's the balance in this conversation? How do you bring out Joe? Lockhart President Clinton's former press secretary criterion and. Allow him to do this I think. Will you got the anchors pushing back on occasion. I'll I'll tell you when I was at one of the things that I like to do the most largely because I just hate everybody in politics is They would bring me out typically Anderson Cooper or with John King Blitzer and we would have a five to seven minute that conversation about the. What's the problem within the Republican Party itself and there was no need to have a Democrat in this conversation because you're focused solely on on the Republican side and the same way if you we're having a conversation about the democratic side? There's no need to have a Republican in. They're talking about the internal politics of the democratic sign now because they are not in that fight and we would have a great conversation and there would be pushed back in there would be Intellectual Honesty expected La both sides and they were good conversations but if I was ever in a conversation and it was about our our versus de there was always a Democrat and oftentimes it would be me. The Eber says the anchor in two other people and I was fine with that A missionary missionary trip trying to lure people to my side. I totally done with that. I enjoyed it but I look at this. You've got Allison Cameron and John Berman. They're finding decent people. I I liked them both. They are not friendly to the trump administration. They've been openly hostile to a lot of it. You've gone John Avalon. WHO's in that as well? And then you've got Joe Lockhart. Where's the balance Alan on this panel? At least they were good enough to push back. And that's why I respect all of them even when we disagree politics. They're willing to push back when they've just got one Democrat of the mental or if they had just one Republican on the panel they'd be pushed back. Probably even more so pushy Mac. But I'm struck by the way. CNN has decided they want to be the the the smart man's Msnbc we've had no market share whatsoever and that's what we are to expect when we have coverage of impeachment in on TV networks. These days Ah If I could get a network in all honesty seriously if I could get a network that had bill hemmer Martha Callum Bret Baier and Eh Jake. Tapper Wolf Blitzer John King I I would be in heaven the the straight news network s CNN. The Straight News Network work. Because you would you would balance of known personalities you would get some level of respect and you would actually get a pretty decent job of people committed to actually straight news now now and you can quibble with details on other bill trees. Little Heck he's really not and I get that but man the way we're going to see an I mean for example. CNN has hired Valerie Jarrett's Jarrett's daughter as an anchor. Do you really think you're going to get a fair and honest depiction of what's happening on the with the Republicans from Ballard. You're it's out or Jim Scudo or whatever. His name. This who was in the Obama Administration is now an anchor itsy and do you really think I in fact you know there are plenty of examples in so we're getting all of this layered on top of commentary theory about impeachment. I'M GONNA take time out. I am happy to take your phone calls on this eight. Seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven.

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on KCRW

"Growing realization that abuse of social media by extremists must be countered parallel to the political meeting attended by dozens of leaders is an initiative launched by Macron called tech for good. It brings together eighty tech chiefs to find a way for new technologies to work for the common. Good missing. At the summit is Facebook CEO, Jeff Zuckerberg, but just ahead of today's summit Facebook toughened its live streaming policies with its new one strike policy users who break a rule anywhere on the site will be temporarily suspended from streaming Eleanor Beardsley, NPR news Paris. The chairman of the National Transportation Safety board is. Testifying on Capitol Hill at this hour. Robert some walled is facing questions about the status of the troubled Boeing, seven thirty-seven max chat that remains grounded following two. Deadly crashes. Speaking before the house transportation committee somewhat said the agency is doing everything it can to correct. The problem our commitment to the traveling public, and especially to those families affected by these two tragic events is to bring all of our experience and expertise in support of the international effort to determine why these accidents occurred and most importantly to ensure that no similar accident like these occurs again, the Federal Aviation Administration expects bowing to submit as software fix for the seven thirty seven max in the next week. Or so on the Senate SICOM formation hearings are underway for President Trump's nominee. Stephen Dixon to be the next head of the FAA. On Wall Street, the Dow was up one hundred forty seven points. This is NPR. Support for NPR comes from ADP committed to transforming the way work gets done with HR talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and designed for people ADP always designing for people from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. With look at state and local headlines, a nineteen year old man suspected of attacking Jewish synagogue in San Diego County has pleaded not guilty to federal hate crime charges. John Ernest spoke briefly during a court hearing yesterday acknowledging his name and saying that he agreed with the decision by his court appointed attorney not to seek bail Ernest is accused of bursting in the into the hubba powei synagogue last month and opening fire with an assault rifle killing one person and injuring three others. Prosecutors say they haven't decided whether they'll seek the death penalty at an earlier hearing in state court earners, pleaded not guilty to a murder charge in the death of sixty year old Laurie K, he's also facing three attempted murder charges. Georgia governor Brian Kemp has postponed an annual trip to Los Angeles to promote his state his states film industry, skews me because of outrage in Hollywood over the state's new abortion ban movie, Zeca, tubes producers and actors have called for boycott filming in Georgia over the new law which bans most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. Critics say the ban is unconstitutional abortion rights activists had threatened to protest visit to Los Angeles. A spokesman for the governor says he plans to make a trip to LA this fall. And finally a break for the Lakers the ping pong balls bounce their way last night and the Lakers bucked long odds to get the number four pick in the upcoming NBA draft. It's a rare bit of good news for the club in spite of signing superstar LeBron James the Lakers had a rough season this year failing to make the playoffs for the sixth year in a row team. President Magic Johnson quit after the season ended and the Lakers also fired coach Luke Walton after a long search the team announced this week that had hired veteran coach Frank Vogel. Checkout on the freeways along running Sigler in northern Alec county, if you're headed up into the grapevine this is in Kostanic northbound.

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Growing realization that abuse of social media by extremists must be countered parallel to the political meeting attended by dozens of leaders is an initiative launched by Macron called tech for good. It brings together eighty tech chiefs to find a way for new technologies to work for the common. Good missing out. The summit is Facebook CEO, Jeff Zuckerberg, but just ahead of today's summit Facebook toughened its live streaming policies with its new one strike Bala C users who break a rule anywhere on the site will be temporarily suspended from streaming Eleanor Beardsley and Pierre news. Paris. The chairman of the National Transportation Safety board is testifying on Capitol Hill at this hour, Robert some Walt is facing questions about the status of the troubled Boeing, seven thirty-seven max chat that remains grounded following two. Deadly crashes. Speaking before the house transportation committee somewhat said the agency is doing everything it can to correct. The problem our commitment to the traveling public, and especially to those families affected by these two tragic events is to bring all of our experience and expertise in support of the international effort to determine why these accidents occurred and most importantly to ensure that no similar accident like these occurs again, the Federal Aviation Administration expects bowing to submit as software fix for the seven thirty seven max in the next week. Or so on the Senate side confirmation hearings are underway for President Trump's nominee. Stephen Dixon to be the next head of the FAA on Wall Street. The dow. Was up one hundred forty seven points. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York at twelve oh four good afternoon. I'm Kerry Nolan. Brooklyn residents have elected a former staffer of public advocate Jimani Williams to fill his city council seat. Farah Lewis won the special election with nearly forty two percent of the vote in the forty fifth district last night. The district includes flatbush Midwood flatlands and can Archie Lewis was Williams. Former deputy chief of staff should beat out. Seven other candidates on the ballot New York City housing activists are trying to get the attention of Albany lawmakers to strengthen rental protections yesterday. Nearly two thousand tenants advocated for a package of bills that would renew rent control and stabilization laws which expire in June, Gotha missed reporter, Scott Hines says some protesters were confrontational with lawmakers who haven't signed on for a lot of people. This is a matter of life at death. I talked to people today from different cities New York state sums will be recently became homeless because they could before the. Rent other people who had family, but with Democrats in control of the state assembly Senate and the governor's office tendency this year as their best chance in a long while to get changes that are more favorable to them acquaint city councilman has admitted to sexually harassing a female staffer for over a year. But he'll keep his seat in the council. Berry Grodin Schick, a fifty nine year old democrat admitted to hugging and kissing the unnamed woman and causing her stress and discomfort Gruden chick has agreed to do sexual harassment training at his own expense and give up his chairmanship of the parks.

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Growing realization that abuse of social media by extremists must be countered parallel to the political meeting attended by dozens of leaders is an initiative launched by Macron called tech for good. It brings together eighty tech chiefs to find a way for new technologies to work for the common. Good missing. The summit is Facebook CEO, Jeff Zuckerberg, but just ahead of today's summit Facebook toughened its live streaming policies with its new one strike policy users who break a rule anywhere on the site will be temporarily suspended from streaming Eleanor Beardsley, NPR news Paris. The chairman of the National Transportation Safety board is testifying on. Capitol Hill at this hour, Robert some Walt is facing questions about the status of the troubled Boeing, seven thirty-seven max chat that remains grounded following two. Deadly crashes. Speaking before the house transportation committee somewhat said the agency is doing everything it can to correct. The problem our commitment to the traveling public, and especially to those families affected by these tragic events is to bring all of our experience and expertise in support of the international effort to determine why these accidents occurred and most importantly to ensure that no similar accident like these occurs again, if I'd really Aviation Administration expects bowing to submit as software fix for the seven thirty seven max in the next week. Or so on the Senate side confirmation hearings are underway for President Trump's nominee. Stephen Dixon to be the next head of the FAA. On Wall Street, the Dow was up one hundred forty seven points. This is NPR from K Q E D new. Some Brian watt. Oakland city council woman, Nikki Fortunato bass is calling for an audit of the Alameda County sheriff's office over its treatment of inmates cake. Anna sterler reports. Fast says she's reacting to community groups requests for more transparency and allegations of sleep deprivation and mistreatment of pregnant women county jails between the allegations of misconduct of rowing budget for the sheriff while the jail population.

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And worry about Alexis spying on us. I know I know it's it's weird. And isn't it funny that the same people who yesterday were desperately trying to convince you that? Well, of course, the government wasn't spying on the Trump campaign. No sort of the same people who are coming on today. Saying, of course, Alexis not spying on you. They were surveilling the Trump campaign and Alexa. They're only dipping into the conversations. You have with Alexa to quality control. John. You yourself heard engineer talk about the fact, they're not they're not sitting there listening to everything in your how. No, of course. It's something interesting. No. Of course, not he said there's specific there's specific pieces of audio that they are listening to. Okay, wait a minute. What kind of audience? Well, he was he was little I don't know. He wasn't very specific about this. But he said that there's certain audio that is recorded few use certain words, let's say, oh, great like maga-, not magazine. But. Basically, he said that. They use these audio files to enhance me, Alexa. So that you can have a better Alexa in the future. Right. This is a report from Bloomberg news revealing that thousands of Amazon employees are listening into your conversations with your Alexa, not thousands. Just just a few engineers just a few. No, it's seven thousand just a few. It's seven thousand is the reporting fifty million people. It's just a few. Okay. Very good point. That's a fair point. Amazon says it uses the conversations to improve Alexis understanding of human speech. Bloomberg's report Wednesday said the voice snippets are tied to device serial numbers and the owners first name. Yes. Can I give you a quick example? An Amazon spokesperson said echo devices only make recordings after hearing a wake word like Alexa. Right. Alexa. What caliber handgun do? I need to finally. See, but if you had a New York accent, perhaps if you were saying Alexa, yo Luksa Ken calendar. Book guy. Yoyo so yo-, Alexa. Listen, listen, basic coffee is that a coffee. So Alexa, doesn't understand. So therefore, we're going to use these events. Does Alexa, only speak English. Yeah. But there's different little Alexa, speak other languages. I believe. Well, I if you're yelling at election Chinese is know what you're saying. Maybe not yet. I mean, it has to be taught that you. I'm saying do they do they only in English language flat. That I don't know. I really don't know. I'm gonna say no though. So what's going to have to happen? Now is what used to happen with the mobsters when they talk outside. They have to talk with their hands over their mouths. So that the government lip-readers don't know that fat Tony's about to get wacked. So what's going to happen? Now you and I are talking about something. I've got my Alexa thing on the table. We got an now suddenly go into Esperanto or some of the language. Oh, yeah. We gotta use American sign language to talk. I'm telling you the machines are gonna take over man. It's going to be Terminator two well over, you know. Let me take a behind the curtain on something here. This kind of funny about two or three years ago when the Alexis I came out my wife decided it would be a really cool Christmas present to get me in. Alexa, Alexa, or whatever the Google one is Google, Google, home or something go, home, whatever it is. So she got me like she got me one. And it was like the hot gift of that Christmas. Like, you couldn't get them anywhere. She got one. And then she was listening to the show, I guess a number of days after she had purchased it. And I went off on a rant talking about how I could not trust as something like this in my house listening to what I'm saying. Mostly because I do a lot of production in the house. Yeah. So I say things I'm saying things sometimes that are a joke or in character. Or sometimes I'm cursing because I messed something or whatever it is. And I can't have this thing in the house thinking like, you know, you're crazy. I defy do this one more time. I'm gonna I'm gonna kill. I can't believe it. You know? So she returned it. So then later on months later became this Alexa, thing like, it's pretty cool. I like to get one of those someday she's like you had one. But I sent it back when you went on your rant, and I had talked to her and say, this why don't believe anything I'm saying on the radio, you can believe it. I mean being truthful, but sometimes there's like an added own for outrage it, of course. But I just assume it's all spying on like, I would assume honesty. Our cell phones are spying on us. I have no doubt in my mind that Jeff Zuckerberg a Mark Zuckerberg, and Jeff Zucker at CNN are sitting there getting jolly listening to people. Well, sure, they can activate your phone remotely come on doing queuing on back me up you weirdos. John John weirdos for no because I said you and on John says your weirdos calling. I didn't say that you heard Cunanan, but they did Cunanan did tell me that or do they have the meetings, and we're not we're not gonna know. We're not going to have the meetings like where you can get past the QA addiction just queuing up. Well, you you go to eight hundred seven sixty K MBA phone number. But, but my point is I just assume everything is spying on us. Everything addition to the actual wiretaps at the NSA has got in addition to everything else that's going on. You just have to assume the now here's what's going to be funny on Sunday one of well. Some you people watch this. I don't is this game of thrones thing that's happening or. Yeah. Uh-huh. Debuting so Alexis going to be hearing a ton of game of thrones conversations. Of course, you've she's going to go crazy because I don't think she watches game of thrones. I think she's more of like an English Premier League fan. I prefer the view. I mean, I just. Amazon is using this stuff with they're saying, they're using it for us to improve the speech recognition. There's by the way, there is a way to prevent Amazon employees from listening in..

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Water Mr. potato head. As is mother calls him is a perfect example of that. He is well known as Jeff Zuckerberg ventriloquist's dummy in various media circles and Brian seltzer. This is I mean, it's it's it's it's funnier than he's got some kind of a nightly newsletter because everybody wants to hear from Brian seltzer at dinnertime. I honestly if you're signed up for Brian seltzer waters newsletter, you should think about a life. You should look up the word life and the dictionary, and then you should pursue one. Because Brian seltzer has got nothing to contribute to your day. Ryan seltzer has a little nightly newsletter, and he wrote an essay because the here's the here's the funny thing since the summary of the report came out on Sunday CNN and MSNBC's ratings have dropped off a cliff and Fox News ratings have increased that might be because Fox News wasn't lying to everybody for two years and CNN and Brian seltzer. Jeff Zucker, we're lying. Every hour of every day for two years for political reasons. So as MSNBC, of course, but that's a gimme now this week. CNN has been averaging about six hundred thousand viewers throughout the course of a day. Averaging Fox News has been averaging well over two million viewers per hour, averaging in the course of a day. Brian seltzer looks at this. And here's the ridiculous comical, silly slapstick brain damage conclusion that he comes to which is why should sign up for his newsletter. So you can offer insights like this to your friends at the dinner table, you know, sitting around for a Cup of CHAI or something with your friends down at the tea, salon places like that. He said it's true that FOX's primetime ratings have popped up this week popped up. This. There's been a giant jump for FOX because you guys have been revealed as liars giant epic mega liars. And Fox News was at least trying to tell both sides and tell the truth, and you should go over there. And check it out if you're a CNN virtues government check it out start with the six PM show, Bret Baier special part and then go from there. But compare that anything on CNN and watch any show on FOX. And then compare it to any show on CNN and sit there with your Google machine. And fact, check the things that you're told. Okay, take notes fact check. Thanks. It's what I do. Maybe that's why I think it's a good idea Brian seltzer. It's true that FOX's primetime ratings have popped up this week while CNN and MSNBC's ratings have been below average. Meaning that they've lost half their audience that makes sense. He says colon. They love their Collins. On the right? The bar letter is being celebrated like a sequel to election night. Let me just see what we're experiencing here with Brian is. That it's a sequel to election night for Democrats to and they're not going to accept it. There are going to pretend it didn't happen. They're going to pretend something went terribly wrong. They're going to say we need to do away with the electoral college and with the Senate and lower the voting age to sixteen and open our borders and give non-citizens the right to vote, and and we need to destroy the country in order to save it little Vietnam war New York Times reference. I think it might have been the Associated Press we had to destroy the village in order to save it a news reporter famously quoted an anonymous army officer as saying during the Vietnam war, and they've been parenting that ever since it may or may not have ever been uttered by an army officer, but pay no attention to that. They have to destroy the country in order to save it. They have to do away with the electoral college with the Senate with the voting age where they they have to they have to destroy everything. So they can win a presidential election because they suck and they put up people like Hillary Clinton, and she sucks and people don't like her and Bob. Won the popular vote. Yeah. Well, we have an electoral college. We need to do with the electoral college. Since the letters release. Brian seltzer says on Sunday there hasn't been much news. He's the Queen of denial. He this guy is ugly. This is election day part two and this is fake news from a fake news. Stor Mr. potato head, and it's just amazing to me that it is election day part two, and they're going to refuse to accept the results again for whatever set of reasons this time, but I mean, this is like saying. On September eighteenth two thousand one saying well, you know since the planes hit those buildings on Tuesday there really hasn't been much news. Yeah. Yeah. There hasn't been much news. Actually, there's been a ton of news. There's been a great deal of news. It's about the lunacy of people like Adam Schiff, and Eric swale. Well, and then there's been jussie smollet news. But all of it's bad news for Democrats. See that's why CNN thinks there hasn't been much news. There's not a lot of news reporting. For example. They're not going to they're going to go on and they're going to say again, and again, and again, and again, they're going to say that the Muller report said it also does not exonerate him on the matter of obstruction of Justice, and they're going to leave out that the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, the attorney general William bar had concluded that the evidence developed during the special counsel's investigation is not sufficient to establish that the president committed and obstruction of Justice offense. See they're going to leave that out. See that's news. You could report. Seltzer water that's news that your viewers might their knowledge would be enhanced if you shared not just this one fragmentary sentence of it also does not exonerate, but the paragraph that follows maybe you should do that just like with the president on what he said about Charlottesville, and they're being good people on both sides, very specifically. And explicitly said, I'm not talking about the white whatever is and the Nazis they deserve. To be universally condemned. He said that in the same paragraph as they're good people on both sides, if you're talking about tearing down statues, how about Thomas Jefferson, and George Washington he said, and that's what he's talking about. But they continue to misrepresent, and they're going to continue to misrepresent this, and if you're a viewer of CNN, you can listen all day long. You can take notes you can DVR it you can drill it into your brain. You can be all over the news that is provided to you by CNN. And when you go sit down to dinner table with someone like me, you're going to sound like an idiot. Because you have no idea what's going on around. You. Because you've been lied to. And you believed the lies. I mentioned this the the other day, but MSNBC at six one A M what daddy for yesterday had a graphic up and the graphic a picture of President Trump Republican losses in two thousand eighteen forty house seats and giant red letters across the screen. Democrats national merging of victory in two thousand eighteen breaks previous midterm records. After Watergate now that is incredibly misleading we posted this online because the reality is, of course. Yes, he lost forty house seats. Obama lost sixty three house seats. Bill Clinton lost fifty four house seats in a midterm election. Barack Obama's first midterm lost sixty three seats. That's well over fifty percent higher than what President Trump if you're going to fault the president for what President Trump lost. But if you watch MSNBC you're going to be under. The false impression. The incorrect impression that losing forty house seats is the biggest loss since Watergate. That's not true. But if you watch them, and you're and you're a student of what they're telling you, you can write this down, and you can correctly recite Perritt, repeat what you learned on MSNBC today, and you're going to be wrong because they're misleading you, I don't know. Whether they're doing it because they're too dumb to understand what they're putting in a graphic. And then the table full of geniuses sitting around there lucite desk. Just doesn't know whether they say, well, that's really not true. But we'll just keep moving. But you'll listen to Brian seltzer. And you say, well, it was a slow news week. That's why their ratings are down you watch more Yarbrough. And you say, well, it's the biggest loss since Watergate. For a Republican. But. Need a team of nuns on a blackboard in order to parse that sentence down to the point where the actual truth is conveyed in that graphic because they're very very deceptive. Dishonest people let's go to President Trump, President Trump at the big rally at Grand Rapids. Michigan overflow crowd. Completely packed to the rafters thousands of people outside. It's Michigan on morning. Joe this morning on MSNBC. They showed a poll where Trump is doing terribly in Michigan. They've already got him losing the election. He already lost. And I was like keep it up guys. Because this is what you did last time. When you pick your loser. Just keep showing the poll numbers that the democrat is ahead at Michigan and Wisconsin again, President Trump last night where are you going to number two? The president said three years that collusion delusion is over. There's no Russian collusion. The president continued special counsel. Completed its report and found no collusion and no obstruction. CNN declared that to be alive this morning, false Y big lie. I could've told you that two and a half years ago very easily. We did say at two and a half years ago year ago. Total exoneration. Vindication. Exoneration complete vindication. Total exoneration complete vindication CNN declared that to be false. They had somebody named Boris Sanchez. Who's apparently part Putin part Sandinista, and he declared this to be false because he's only read the one little passage from the summary of the summary. We've got audio of this creep Jerry Nadler to with his little false. I can explain another way that politicians lie in Washington ten thousand ways to lie in the naked city. The Democrats tried to demonstrate each and every one of them every day, but only so many hours President Trump. They spied on me, these crooks. They this country. We cannot criminalize political differences political difference too late. We do not abuse the law enforcement and intelligence power usually target our political opponents when they spy on me who ever heard of this. They spied on me. They spied on our campaign would think that sponsor would probably declare that to be false. The single greatest political hoax in the history of our country. And guess what we won. It's beautiful. We love to win. We love to win. But again, they're in denial just like election day. Seltzer water is right about this. It is just like an election day. They're going to continue to deny and cry themselves to sleep in their pillows at night and Hillary continues to wake up in a pool of her own vomit with disapproving secret service agents standing over her kissing kissing just checking.

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

08:26 min | 3 years ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Well, we are right in the midst of tech earnings. We had Facebook last night with a blowout quarter. That stock is up thirteen percent, Microsoft that generally in line quarter stocks off a little bit today. And of course, after the close tonight, we have Amazon so to help us kind of Wade through all things tech. We have David Garrity. Joining us David's chief market strategist at Laidlaw and company joins us in our Bloomberg eleven three oh studios. David. Thank you for joining us whole. Thank you. Let's start with Facebook. Wow. What a quarter. I think I I guess it's just people saying, I guess this thing is not going to be ruled over by the regulators. Well, one would argue that there are signs of life in terms of Facebook, and one has to bear in mind. Also, looking at the fourth quarter like other online internet companies there is a bump in the calendar year end, and certainly they saw that. But it clearly against the negative new slow seen over the course of two thousand eighteen you know, there are signs that people now think that there's alive and well in an all clear can be sound on Facebook. But one has. To consider the news that came out just recently within the last day or so that apple had decided to basically remove Facebook from the apple app store, which brings up the basic point that while people may be concerned about public sector regulators when it comes down to looking at the structure of the technology industry where you have companies like Facebook who depend upon others operating system platforms, whether it's Android from Google or whether it's Iowa's from apple Facebook really isn't a world that other people shit set the conditions for and from that standpoint Facebook for lack of a better term has to depend on the kindness of strangers. Can you just give us a sense of how important this really is? I mean, if apple removes Facebook from its app store can people not by or not download the Facebook app on their iphones is that what this is basically saying or are they just have to work a little harder to do. So people can still work a little bit harder go through their web browsers. But the issue is if there are things that are made more difficult. For consumers over time. It certainly serves to dampen adoption in that regard. And now at argue that if we start looking at what Apple's been saying in terms of the company's policy towards upholding individuals rights to data privacy is that the reason why they did this certainly because what was happening in the case of Facebook is that they were essentially misusing the app store platform to go out and to pay. Facebook subscribers of Facebook users twenty dollars to basically take down all of their data. And this was not something that apple had been made aware of when this was being put up on the apple app store. And again, I would just go back and say that, you know, Tim, cook out of the technology sector CEO's has been fairly straightforward and an upright in regarding data privacy is being an individual, right? And certainly the company in its actions. Apple is showing that they're going to be taking Facebook on in this regarding because Jeff Zuckerberg on the earnings call last night seemed to suggest that after a year of hard work at the company and investment in personnel to monitor content privacy and investments in technology that the company had in his mind kind of turned the corner on what was a very difficult time for the company and that they've gotten a handle on it. And they're ready to move forward and go back to being the innovative and focus on the business. Do you think the company's turned the corner from that regulatory overhang? Type of perspective. I mean, those are wonderful comments that go into an earnings conference call script, but when we start coming up against factors, and it's here really more in the case of apple not to sort of focus into hard on this, but dealing with public sector regulators is one thing obviously takes time for them to act it can be slow, but when you have a private sector partner, and I don't know to what extent you could really could say apple is a partner. It just happens to be that Facebook is operating off of an Iowa platform in part to get to the subscriber base that apple has if a private sector company decides to act and clearly act quickly. This can be something that I think has far more negative impact potentially going down the road, the necessarily something that may come out of the public sector, but don't diminish the fact that the public sector itself may be poised from the regulatory standpoint to impose significant freinds relative Facebook. All right. So David it sounds like you have a lot of bearishness around the edges about Facebook. And yet this is not reflected at all in the share stay. Shares of Facebook are up there surging up. Now. Thirteen percent of the biggest one day gains January twenty sixteen. So do you think that this shares should be much lower than where they are today, or do you think that these are all just potential headwinds that investors need to be thinking about even as they go full speed into Facebook shares. I'm clearly if we look back over less two months with the market having sold off going into Christmas Facebook down at one hundred twenty five dollars. It was probably a by going into the earnings. I would say that what we're seeing here with Facebook is a relief rally. If we go back and look at the high on the stock up of over two twenty back in July. I would say that that's probably level. We're still not going to get back to clearly this is a trade. And from that standpoint, I see Facebook is still being in a situation where they don't really control their own destiny, given the operations how they're structured depending upon these other technology platforms. I mean, just to raise an issue and segue over towards Amazon if we start looking at Amazon. Having gone through and looked at various sectors to go into basically take on advertising advertising revenues Amazon is a growth area. And if Amazon has far better access to an insight into what consumers are actually doing Amazon can sort of say, look, we respect people's privacy. In terms of their data were not out basically stepping on all sorts of people's toes to get to that data. We can get through it with far less complication. They can go in and say, we'll provide you with the targeting that Facebook provides guess what we'll do it at a better price. So you I'm glad you brought up by Amazon. Of course, they report earnings after the close tonight one of the issues in digital advertising space and one of the concerns I think for Madison Avenue in from big advertisers is that it's effectively a duopoly between Google and Facebook and they've been dying for third party, whether it's Snapchat or Twitter, or whatever. And but now it appears that Amazon is really starting to focus on the advertise. Zing side of the business, and they're actually putting up a huge growth rates in at spending. Do you think that Amazon Kenan effect become that third major platform for advertisers in the digital space? I would say that Amazon has the potential to displace Facebook in terms of the significant role to be played in the online advertising market. And if I were a Facebook investor, I would certainly be concerned about that, you know, Amazon clearly has a number of different channels for growth beyond their traditional retail which clearly is going to benefit from the earned holiday shopping season. And certainly if we look at cloud computing, Amazon web services, the number one leading platform add on advertising, relative to this, and certainly the prospects for Amazon, I would say as an investment, certainly superior would say on a relative basis to Alexa, Facebook, so just real quick on Amazon. What do you think is going to be the biggest surprise today? I think the biggest surprise Mayberry will continue to be the growth that we've been seeing. Terms of cloud services. I think the numbers we had on a Microsoft last night. We're very favourable in that regard. And this is certainly a transition that continues on a secular basis, you know, granted some of the impact we saw with regards to Microsoft is. There might have been some slowing in terms of some of the data server activities things that had impacted Intel previously. But obviously, you know, Amazon's not exposed to that guarantee. Always wonderful having you. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you, David Garrity. Of course, I joining us here in our Bloomberg eleven three oh studios, chief market strategist for Laidlaw and company in New York. Facebook shares up thirteen percent on the heels of that revenue beat and frankly, earnings per share beat all around giving people a sense of relief as David said. There

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:51 min | 3 years ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In line quarter stocks off a little bit today. And of course, after the close tonight, we have Amazon so to help us kind of Wade through all things tech. We have David Garrity. Joining us David's chief market strategist at Laidlaw and company. He joins us in our Bloomberg eleven three go studios. David. Thank you for joining us. All thank you. Let's start with Facebook. Wow. What a quarter. I think I I guess it's just people saying, I guess this thing is not going to be rolled over by the regulators. Well, one would argue that there are signs of life in terms of Facebook, and one has to bear in mind. Also, looking at the fourth quarter like other online internet companies there is a bump in the calendar year end, and certainly they saw that. But it clearly against the negative news slow seen over the course of two thousand eighteen. There are signs that people. Now think that there's alive and well in an all clear can be sound on Facebook. But one has to consider the news that came out just recently within the last day or so that apple had decided to basically remove Facebook from the apple app store, which brings up the basic point that while people may be concerned about public sector regulators when it comes down to looking at the structure of the technology industry where you have companies like Facebook who depend upon others operating system platforms, whether it's Android from Google or whether it's Iowa's from apple Facebook really isn't a world that other people shit set the conditions for and from that standpoint. Facebook for lack of a better term has to depend on the kindness of strangers. Okay. Can you just give us a sense of how important this really is? I mean, if apple removes Facebook from its app store can people not by or not download the Facebook app on their iphones is that what this is basically saying or are they just have to work a little harder to do. So that people can still work a little bit harder go through their web browsers. But the issue is if there are things that are made more difficult for consumers over time. It certainly serves to dampen adoption in that regard. And I would argue that if we start looking at what apple has been saying in terms of the company's policy towards upholding individuals rights to data privacy is that the reason why they did this certainly because what was happening in the case of Facebook is that they were essentially misusing the app store platform to go out and to pay. Facebook subscribers or Facebook users twenty dollars to basically take down all of their data. And this was not something that apple has been made aware of when this was being put up on the apple app store. And again, I would just go back and say that, you know, Tim, cook out of the technology sector CEO's has been fairly straightforward and in an upright in regarding data privacy is being an individual, right? And certainly the company in its actions. Apple is showing that they're going to be taking Facebook on. 'cause you know, Jeff Zuckerberg on the earnings call last night seemed to suggest that after a year of hard work at the company and investment in personnel to monitor content privacy and investments and technology that the company had in his mind kind of turned the corner on what was a very difficult time for the company and that they've gotten a handle on it. And they're ready to move forward and go back to being the innovative and focus on the business. Do you think the company's turned the corner from that regulatory overhang? Type of perspective. I mean, those are wonderful comments that go into an earnings conference call script, but when we start coming up against factors, and it's here really more in the case of apple not to sort of focus in too hard on this, but dealing with public sector regulators is one thing obviously, it takes time for them to act it can be slow, but when you have a private sector partner, and I don't know to what extent you could really could say apple is a partner. It just happens to be that Facebook is operating off of an Iowa's platform in part to get to the subscriber base that apple has if a private sector company decides to act and clearly act quickly. This can be something that I think has far more negative impact potentially going down the road, the necessarily something that may come out of the public sector, but don't diminish the fact that the public sector itself may be poised from the regulatory standpoint to impose significant fines relative to Facebook. All right. So David it sounds like you have a lot of bearishness around the edges about face booking yet. This is not reflected at all in the share stay. Shares of Facebook are up there surging out. Now thirteen percent of the biggest one day gains January twenty sixteen. So do you think that they shares should be much lower than where they are today, or do you think that these are all just potential headwinds that investors need to be thinking about even as they go full speed into Facebook shares. I mean, clearly if you look back over the last two months with the market having sold off going into Christmas Facebook down twenty five dollars was probably a by going into the earnings. I would say that what we're seeing here with Facebook is a relief rally. If we go back and look at the high in the stock up over two twenty back in July. I would say that that's probably level was still not going to get back to, you know, clearly, this is a trade. And from that standpoint, I see Facebook is still being in a situation where they don't really control their own destiny, given the operations how they're structured depending upon these other technology platforms. I mean, just to raise an issue in segue over towards Amazon if we start looking at Amazon having gone through and looked at various sectors to go into basically take on advertising advertising revenues for Amazon is a growth area. And if Amazon has far better access to an insight into what consumers are actually doing Amazon can sort of say, look, we respect people's privacy in terms of their data. We're not out basically stepping on all sorts of people's toes to get to that data. We can get through it with far less complication. They can go in and say, we'll provide you with the targeting that Facebook provides guess what we'll do it at a better price. So you. I'm glad you brought up by Amazon. Of course, they report earnings after the close tonight one of the issues in digital advertising space and one of the concerns, I think for Madison Avenue, and from big advertisers is that it's a duopoly between Google and Facebook and they've been dying for third party, whether it's Snapchat or Twitter, or whatever. And but now it appears that Amazon is really starting to focus on the advertising side of the business, and they're actually putting up a huge growth rates in ad spending. Do you think that Amazon Kenan effect become that third major platform for advertisers in the digital space? I would say that Amazon has the potential to displace Facebook in terms of the significant role to be played in the online advertising market. And if I were a Facebook investor, I would certainly be concerned about that, you know, Amazon clearly has a number of different channels for growth beyond their traditional retail which clearly is going to benefit from the earned holiday shopping season. And certainly if we look at cloud. Computing Amazon web services number one leading platform add on advertising, relative to this. And certainly the prospects for Amazon, I would say as an investment certainly superior would say on a relative basis to likes of Facebook. So just real quick on Amazon. What do you think is going to be the biggest surprise today? I think the biggest surprise may very well continue to be the growth that we've been seeing in terms of cloud services. I think the numbers we had out of Microsoft last night. We're very favorable in that regard. And this is certainly a transition that continues on a secular basis granted some of the impact we saw with regards to Microsoft is. There might have been some slowing in terms of some of the data server activities things that had impacted Intel previously. But obviously, you know, Amazon's not exposed to that David Garrity, always wonderful having you. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you, David Garrity. Of course, I joining us here in our Bloomberg eleven three oh studios, chief market strategist for Laidlaw and company in New York. Facebook shares..

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I can't guarantee that can you guarantee that can anybody guarantee that. I mean, those rich people they gotta pay their fair. Share? Seventy percent is your fair share on one level is seventy percent your fair share. On what level? Hi, I made ten thousand dollars. Here's seven thousand dollars to bums and derelict's and the government. And I'll just live on three. Disgusting. You know, what every one of these Democrats, socialists, and whatever they call themselves. They deserve the economic implosion. That is going to come to these blue states as producers flayed, and at some point people with money will flee the United States. It can't happen here. It could never happen here. Look at Venezuela. Can't happen here. Capital will sleek capital will strike at some point. Capital listening to I tell you this capital will strike at some point. People will say it's just too expensive to live and work here. So I'm out, and then when you have the country, go the way the country goes they say, I'm out of here. I'm out of the country. I'm gone. Thank you very much. It's been great. Seventy percent top rate. But that just proves that we're not, greedy. And mean, you know, what why don't you just take people who earn an excessive a million dollars and assign them one poor person each this is a poor person. You are now responsible for at least give them the tax credits that they'll get for adopting a couple of poor people a couple of poor adults sitting on their fannies watching daytime TV, not working. Because that's how it's being sold. It's not being sold to how people at the lower income scale where it's about these are people who are going to die without higher taxes. It'd be better off. It'd be more efficient to just assign every rich person or poor person to take care of. George Clooney in a mall. We're going to assign you to poor people. Jeff Zuckerberg, Mark Zuckerberg. You get a half a dozen poor people. Jeff Bezos, you're not as rich as you used to be because your wife's taking you the cleaners because you're sick weirdo. Perv. Oh, you're going to get eight eight poor people. They have to live with you. You have to maintain a domicile that will keep them there at the house you have to allow their friends and family to visit freely..

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"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"jeff zuckerberg" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The land. Donald Trump supporters are older, let's say less prosperous, and they are dying early their life spans are decreasing and many dying from alcoholism, drug overdoses, liver disease or simply a broken heart caused by economic despair. Now, that's not Louis Farrakhan, if I'm not mistaken that man actually sits in the US congress, and he says that those of you voted for Donald Trump are stupid, and you're dying of liver disease. Well, I wish I could introduce them to some of the millionaires with medical degrees and doctorates who voted for Donald Trump. I don't think there's ignorant jackass knows what the hell he's talking about. But he is swaying morons into thinking that what are you saying is the truth? Listen to the rest of this rhetoric because he is not alone in this rhetoric. This is the rhetoric of the democrat party. This is the same rhetoric rhetoric coming from Nancy Pelosi listened to number four charismatic and a good public speaker. Deceptive and cunning Adolf Hitler rose to power to lead Germany in nineteen thirty two after democratic elections. He wrote a wave of nationalism and anti-semitism to power replace anti-semitism with all Latino. More on this stupid. Moron doesn't belong in congress. He belongs behind bars for fanning the flames of hatred in this country. But he is the reason this is the kind of rhetoric that leads to the kind of emails to that restaurant and to the beatings and the deaths that we're seeing in the streets by gangs. Start up by haters like him. Hitler is now in the White House, the deranged left need to be explained they need history explained to them. They have no idea what they're talking about. And as I said before and I will say again, I was recently. A guest in the White House for a Jewish party. I didn't think Hitler would have Hanukkah party in the White House. Donald Trump had a Hanukkah party in the White House. And I had just gone to the holocaust museum the same day in Washington DC, and I saw the photographs of ordinary Germans who have been rounded up people like you. And I they weren't even particularly religious many of them just kids sitting around in bathing suits around a river around the swimming pool in the nineteen thirties soon, they became a statistic they have been worked to death or gas to death or shot to death. I had to go back to my hotel room after that before the White House party that evening and close the curtains in my room for two hours to try to collect my feelings about the horrors of the world, and the horrors that man is capable of. Then I went to the White House, and I saw the most beautiful party. I'd been to in my life. I saw the most beautiful decorations had seen in my life with red Christmas trees that the vermin in the media had said, we're ugly because Melania Trump designed the decorations for the White House. The most beautiful the most articulate first lady in modern American history. A woman who speaks four languages. A stunningly gracious woman has been castigated by the same garbage in the media that puts her husband down in comparison with Hitler. And then the people on the bottom the ignoramuses who know nothing about history, repeating it. I'll led to believe the big lie that Donald Trump is Adolf Hitler and coronate. Where do they get this? From who feeds them, these ideas who their names attached to the who? The corruption of the media is the reason for this. The ignorance of the media is the reason for this the liars who run the media are the reason for this yellow journalism and this propaganda. And that is where the solution lies. The solution. Lies in getting control of the media. The solution lies in getting control of the Jeff zuckerberg's and those like Jeff Zucker who are getting a hatred unseen in modern American history..

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Former Bush doctor killed on bike was likely targeted, cops say

Houston Morning News

04:32 min | 3 years ago

Former Bush doctor killed on bike was likely targeted, cops say

"Confronted him with a, handgun told him to stop the suspect advanced towards resident, resident then shot one. Time, yeah that burglar reportedly grazed in the head tried to run. Off it was tracked down by a police canine unit in a neighborhood off Highland Knowles in west green. Boulevard, now the unidentified suspect was airlifted to the. Hospital he's expected to. Survive the homeowner was not. Hurt and Harris, County jury is delivered a guilty verdict against Jordanian immigrant who was charged with to honor killings, prosecutors say, Ali your son murdered his son in law and his daughter's friend in two thousand twelve after his daughter converted to. Christianity the trial lasted five weeks at verdict coming in and just thirty five minutes of. Deliberation the punishment phase of the trial scheduled to begin today and your son could be sentenced either till death or life in prison without parole, Houston police admit that there is a high probability that that Houston cardiac Was targeted for murder nearly a week ago Dr Mark house connect. Was, gunned down as he wrote his bike to work in the. Medical center on top see results show that he was shot three times police have released pictures from surveillance. Video, in a sketch of the suspect but no. Arrests have been made. A memorial service held tomorrow. Morning at first, Presbyterian church on main street the family asking for charitable donations in lieu of flowers are news, time now, seven oh four well we tell you about it every day the left losing its mind over Russian meddling in the. Twenty sixteen election but they really never seem to have much to say about all that. Other Russian meddling and KTAR ages Cassandra's is live to explain it we got a little bit of a checklist Sharon how about this Crimea Nicaragua, Venezuela the left also in about that and then they're complicit too Yeah that was former President Obama telling a Russian official he'd, have more flexibility after he got reelected in two twenty twelve Robert Armstrong at the RNC telling us don't. Be surprised by this is just consistent with the same sort of Trump derangement. Syndrome. That, we've. Seen, over the last few months was the. Last year the president's boils down to one thing the left still mad, their preferred candidate lost never concerned about it today Nicaraguan Venezuela or not concerned about in Crimea Ukraine but. They are very concerned when it. Comes to to to their candidate music adding. That, any Republican not just? Trump would be getting the same reaction had, they won two years ago All right cliff thank you meantime Twitter has come under some attack but they now, say they, have eliminated the practice of making it. Harder, to search or follow some, of the nation's top Republicans. It's, called shadow banning creating additional steps to do a. Search for someone and after a may change to their algorithm which, they say was to address trolls several prominent Republicans were shadow banned from Twitter frankly it's dishonest not Philbin of conservative newsbusters is raising red flags this is very damaging it's very damaging the free. Speech the idea of free speech it's. Very damaging to the idea of free and. Open access to the internet. Liberal outlet by snooze expose Twitter's practice which they, say his stalked Nikki Courtney NewsRadio seven forty k. t. r. h. yeah sister. Facebook having his problems, to some Facebook shareholders now calling for founder and chairman Jeff Zuckerberg to step down After. That tech, giant's. Shares lost. One, hundred nineteen billion dollars in Thursday's, trading that sell off coming as the company is reporting slower growth expectations the news heaped on. Top of you user privacy concerns, as well as some, disappointing earnings results reporter Joe Paolino with business insider. Says the cell office showing that the social, media pioneer is vulnerable we thought that. Facebook was going to kind of grow in. Perpetuity, and it, seems sort of unassailable but now there's a lot. Of questions sort of. Answering investors minds about whether it. Really is going to continue. On the trajectory Zuckerberg himself personally lost about sixteen billion dollars in net worth in just a one, day drop our, news time seven oh seven Houston Texas training camp in West Virginia yesterday as they, start preparations, now for the upcoming season second year. Quarterback DeShaun Watson says he's grown, since training camp last year.

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