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Jason Kint
CEO of Digital Content Next - Advancing the Future of Trusted Content. Media strategy, occasional Buckeyes, Yanks, dad, banter. CBS alum.
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Jason Kint 12m
Simply amazing. No other words. He was worth $5 milllion when first put on the Forbes list.
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Jason Kint 16m
Because google pays them off (admitted by google) thereby capturing the rules likely at a whitelist rate no other publisher could ever negotiate. Google’s trade bodies have never once criticized google for making this market. Hypocritical.
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Digital Content Next 18h
The question you need to ask yourself is: Do I want to create an addict or a loyal customer? Because there’s a difference. @michellemanfy
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Jason Kint 1h
If the IAB Consent Framework presented a “unique opportunity for Publishers,” it wouldn’t be only Ad Tech companies designing, endorsing and pushing it. 🤐
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Jason Kint 9h
Sigh. I didn’t get this far in the memos tonight. This is our President who thinks this is a reasonable tactic. Incredibly concerning. Sends terrible signals globally.
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Ted Laurent 10h
Wow. Who would have guessed? thats who. YouTube Runs Ads from Hundreds of Companies On Extremist Videos via
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David Carroll 🦅 10h
YouTube wants to call itself a library. Call it anything but that. A library is the result of gatekeepers built up since the Renaissance. YouTube dumps it all for frictionless attention harvesting for ad sales. via
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Donie O'Sullivan 12h
"House Judiciary Committee to Hold Hearing Examining Social Media Filtering Practices and their Effect on Free Speech" Among the witnesses: Diamond and Silk.
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Jason Kint 10h
The digital heroes that fought U.S. surveillance are quiet about Facebook. They’re missing their moment: via
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Jason Kint 10h
New playbook for 2018: 1. Express outrage. 2. Pause spending. 3. Call . cc
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Jason Kint 10h
Buy ads on YouTube and you invest directly with white nationalists, Nazis, pedophilia, conspiracy theories and North Korean propaganda. Congrats, .
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Jason Kint 11h
This made my night. Thanks for sharing, . The good team won today.
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Nitasha Tiku 17h
A confidential audit of Facebook's privacy practices submitted to the FTC in April 2017 found nothing wrong. The auditor was . the audit (embedded) has 30 pages of redactions about the test Pricewaterhouse Coopers conducted on FB's privacy controls
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Jason Kint 18h
story missed here is that Google can now keep paying Adblock Plus to have Google's ads whitelisted. Google is the largest way people find ad blocking, install it and most of Google's ads aren't blocked by it. Nice little scheme Google has built.
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The Guardian Apr 19
How Europe's 'breakthrough' privacy law takes on Facebook and Google
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Fatemeh Khatibloo 20h
Schroedinger's Facebook, apparently. User revenue will still be recognized in Ireland, but non-EU user data will fall under US privacy laws. This is some kind of snake oil.
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Sara Fischer 16h
Should you design for addiction or for loyalty? via
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Lara O'Reilly 15h
The YouTube brand safety thing is happening again
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Jason Kint 13h
I was thinking this might be coming. So the FTC has an investigation of Facebook with max penalties of $40k x 87 million = $3.5 TRILLION...and now we know PwC signed off that everything was fine even AFTER the Guardian published the news that the records had been harvested.
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Jack Marshall 17h
thanks to for joining Digiday+ members this afternoon
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