Analysis: Facebook ready to fight Apple over privacy restrictions
The social network’s claim that it is defending small businesses rather than its bottom line by challenging Apple’s transparency tracker is hard to buy
There’s a question I ask in nearly every interview. If you’ve listened to the Connected podcast, you’ve probably heard me ask it. Instead of explaining to me, can you explain to my 86-year-old father what exactly you are getting at?
Between a string of videos from small business owners, a lengthy blog post and a 30-minute media call, Facebook never even tried to explain exactly what its beef with...
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