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Apple profit stable as service gains offset iPhone slump
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Aired 5 months ago 24:04
The Blind Spots in Facebook's Ad Machine
Facebook’s ad platform is quick to learn, easy to use and incredibly profitable. But the complex algorithms that make the ads run are still a black box for most people, and that can create problems—particularly when it comes to politics. This week on Decrypted, Bloomberg Technology’s Sarah Frier and Brad Stone take a look at how the system works and explain why fixing issues on the platform is harder than you might think.
Aired 7 months ago 26:41
Click Like for Propaganda
Facebook is used to dealing with rogue actors antagonizing politicians on its platform. But what happens when a country's own government is the one bending the rules? This week on Decrypted, Bloomberg Technology's Sarah Frier and Pia Gadkari look at what happened when officials in Sri Lanka reached out to Facebook to help build the government's online presence, and Facebook's responsibility when ambitious world leaders start using the platform for their own political ends.
Aired Last month 29:10
Brexit's Monty Python Impression Continues: Authers
John Authers, Senior Editor for Bloomberg Markets, on the Monty Python circus that is Brexit. Brent Bell, VP of Recycling at Waste Management, on how China has stopped accepting our trash. Eric Larcheveque, CEO of Ledger, discusses how Ledger is navigating the bear market, why crypto “nuclear winter” isn’t going to end soon, and their new Bluetooth-enabled hardware wallet. Sarah Frier, technology reporter for Bloomberg, on Instagram's new e-commerce push, and Facebook's regulatory woes. Hosted by Abramowicz and Paul Sweeney (Vincent Cignarella filling in for Paul Sweeney.)
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