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“...We hope the DMA will also set boundaries for Apple"— Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) December 16, 2020
“...Apple controls an entire ecosystem from device to app store and apps, and uses this power to harm developers and consumers, as well as large platforms like Facebook”
- Facebook spokesperson https://t.co/UKWxSqXVJ4
This is excellent news.— Dean Bubley (@disruptivedean) December 16, 2020
There’s a simple way for #adtech spam companies to get people to opt-in to privacy sucking cookies: pay them.
Want to follow me around the Internet? Better be offering $$$$.
I want 50% of the ad budget, in cash. https://t.co/DbCBKUV8G4
Apple's change will essentially take a privacy option that was previously buried deep in users' phones and put it front and center when they open an app.— Amit Paranjape (@aparanjape) December 15, 2020
It's expected to drastically impact the ability of advertisers to target ads the way they have been.https://t.co/wEnKXgvixN
"We’re standing up to Apple for small businesses everywhere"— Wolfie Christl (@WolfieChristl) December 16, 2020
FB is running full-page newspaper ads in the NYT/WSJ/Post that attack Apple's upcoming restrictions on third-party tracking in iOS apps.
I still don't really get why is this so important to FB? https://t.co/87AkW8tpYT
NEW: The Facebook v Apple war continues, now with full-page newspaper ads.— Kurt Wagner (@KurtWagner8) December 16, 2020
Facebook took out ads in the NYT, WSJ and WaPo today attacking Apple’s expected iOS 14 changes that will make it harder to collect data for targeted advertising https://t.co/vvNkU5jjZ2 pic.twitter.com/SxTdrCJVMb
Facebook in misleading ADs attacks Apple over iOS ad privacy program.— John R Lott Jr. (@JohnRLottJr) December 16, 2020
Apple’s new identifier tag which lets companies track the effectiveness of ads without gaining a user's personal data or pinning a purchase to an identifiable user for mass-collection.
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The next phase of battle between Apple & Facebook.— Kent Bye VoicesOfVR (@kentbye) December 16, 2020
Apple now discloses all the ways Facebook app tracks you & asks for opt-in consent.
This disrupts FB's surveillance capitalism model, which they say will kill small businesses in #SpeakUpForSmall campaign:https://t.co/RlUuY85ZAW https://t.co/eTjeX0m5mB
Gotta love this Facebook vs. Apple fight. They’re telling us it’s about privacy and small business. That’s bullshit. The two are locked in a war between messaging apps and are trying to kneecap the other side. https://t.co/RJIbldQTfl pic.twitter.com/irXAZ2gfBu— Alex Kantrowitz (@Kantrowitz) December 16, 2020
#CyberpunkisNow Facebook is running newspaper ads saying its "standing up to Apple for small businesses" by protesting Apple's new privacy policies.https://t.co/EwBuuaSb1n— ΜΔDΞRΔS (@hackermaderas) December 17, 2020
Its pretty clear who Facebook is standing up for once you see its new privacy profile in the App Store: pic.twitter.com/VMbBhoBSB4
Apple now shows you all the ways #iOS apps track you#cybersecurity #riskmanagement #phishing #malware #Infosec #cyberthreats #ramsomware #hacking #dataprotection #privacy#dataleak #informationsecurity #cyberattacks #databreachhttps://t.co/BR0txzIXv7 pic.twitter.com/WiPzJm5hDC— Paula Piccard 🇵🇷 🇺🇸 (@Paula_Piccard) December 17, 2020
Apple finally responds to Facebook: "We believe that this is a simple matter of standing up for our users. Users should know when their data is being collected & shared across other apps and websites— & they should have the choice to allow that or not..." https://t.co/fYW57NxuJM— Meg Graham (@megancgraham) December 16, 2020
'Apple will take a privacy option that was previously buried deep in users’ phones and put it front and center, which is expected to dramatically impact the ability of advertisers to target ads the way they have been since people likely won’t opt in.' https://t.co/bIdZFYbxhP— Jesse Felder (@jessefelder) December 16, 2020
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