Author: Andreas Milano

Snap Tells Investors Apple’s Opt-In Ad Tracking Privacy Measure Presents ‘Risk’ to Advertiser Demand

With Apple’s upcoming iOS 14 privacy changes looming, Snap on Thursday warned investors that they could hurt Snap’s ad business (via Reuters).

Starting with the next versions of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and tvOS 14 due to be released in the early spring, Apple’s App Tracking Transparency privacy measure will require all apps to request the user’s permission to track their activity across other apps and websites.

Granting permission would allow developers to access the random advertising identifier, known as the Identifier for Advertisers (IDFA), on the user’s device for targeted advertising purposes or to measure how effective their

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Parler CEO John Matze says board fired him

Parler was booted off the internet in January.


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John Matze, the CEO and co-founder of social media platform Parler, said in a LinkedIn post Wednesday that he’s been fired by the company’s board. Matze’s termination came just weeks after Parler, which had become a haven for racist and right-wing extremist content, was forced offline for allowing posts about the Capitol Hill insurrection. The storming of the Capitol on Jan. 6 led to the deaths of five people, including a Capitol Police officer.

“On January 29, 2021, the Parler board controlled by Rebekah Mercer decided to immediately

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New SEO Bureau Launched in the Netherlands, Rotterdam

Milad Josof Ebrahiem, known as “Yusuf” has launched an online marketing bureau in the Netherlands. From the city of Rotterdam, he will be helping customers from all over the world with online marketing, influencer marketing, social media but mainly SEO (Search Engine Optimization).

In an interview with us, he said that he is looking forward to helping new customers with the online solutions his company is providing in different languages.

Yusuf was the owner of the world-famous Exordium PR Limited, which specialized in political marketing and social advocacy in London. 1 month after the official launch of his new company

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U.S. Criticizes India Internet Curbs, Urges Fresh Farm Talks

(Bloomberg) — The U.S. has criticized India’s moves to block internet access at protest sites around the capital and called on the government and farmers to resolve their differences through talks ahead of planned nationwide demonstrations against new agriculture laws on Saturday.



a group of people riding on the back of a motorcycle: Demonstrators during the citizens march for farmers event in solidarity with farmers protesting against the new farm laws, at Mandi House on February 3, 2021 in New Delhi, India.


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Demonstrators during the citizens march for farmers event in solidarity with farmers protesting against the new farm laws, at Mandi House on February 3, 2021 in New Delhi, India.

“We recognize that peaceful protests are a hallmark of any thriving democracy, and note that the Indian Supreme Court has stated the same,” the

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Chip Makers Warn of Continued Gadget Shortages Through Autumn

When the covid-19 pandemic began shutting the world down in late 2019 and early 2020, there was an early run on household supplies, followed by shortages of gadgets like webcams and laptops. Toilet paper is now readily available, but major hardware companies like Qualcomm, AMD, and Sony warn that chip shortages will continue to impact tech well into 2021.

When responding to a question during the company’s Q1 2021 earnings call, incoming Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon warned investors about chip shortages “across the entire industry.” Amon said these shortages aren’t limited just to new or high-end chips, but also

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This Super Bowl ad will invite you to join a billionaire’s ‘Inspiration4’ launch on a SpaceX rocket

Have you ever dreamed of going to space? If so, there’s a Super Bowl ad this year that’s tailored just for you. 

Earlier this week, SpaceX announced that it is teaming up with billionaire tech entrepreneur Jared Issacman to launch the first “all-civilian” spaceflight. The mission, called “Inspiration4,” will launch later this year on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon capsule to fly Isaacman and three others to Earth orbit and back. 

Isaacman, who founded Shift4Payments, a payment processing company, booked the flight with SpaceX and says he is donating the other three seats. One seat is

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