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Scott Galloway
Son of superhero (single mom) | Product of big government | Prof Marketing | TED speaker | NYT bestselling đź“–
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Scott Galloway 41m
Trust in Facebook has dropped by 66 percent since the Cambridge Analytica scandal
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We let big tech off the hook
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It's time to break up big tech
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The most successful brands focus on users, not buyers — "makes my life easier" is key
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NBC News THINK 21h
Silicon Valley’s catastrophic meltdown has been years in the making. We have no one to blame but ourselves, says . Watch his take:
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What Microsoft's antitrust case teaches us about Silicon Valley
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John Battelle 21h
Loved talking with last week in NYC. Here's the video of that conversation.
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3 yrs ago vs. 2 weeks ago: When Facebook said it blocked app developers from accessing friend lists vs. when it actually blocked them.
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Kara Swisher Apr 18
Here’s the kind of meaty editorial writing I adore from : “Mr. Pruitt is not just an industry lap dog but also an arrogant and vengeful bully and small-time grifter, bent on chiseling the taxpayer to suit his lifestyle and warm his ego.”
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Scott Galloway Apr 19
FB takes steps against implementing Europe's privacy law GDPR globally, despite what Zuck said to Congress
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Scott Galloway Apr 19
Facebook isn't listening through your phone. It doesn't have to.
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Scott Galloway Apr 18
“Privacy paradox” — consumers are creeped out by digital surveillance, yet they rarely take action to block cookies and other surveillance
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Scott Galloway Apr 18
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Scott Galloway Apr 18
Microsoft, Facebook & 32 tech companies announce a set of principles that include a declaration that they wouldn't help any government — including that of the United States — mount cyberattacks
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Scott Galloway Apr 18
As the data-driven economy continues evolving at breakneck speed, catching up may be beyond our reach; we will build the guardrails by trial and error.
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Scott Galloway Apr 18
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Scott Galloway Apr 18
Our personal data has become too sensitive—and too lucrative—to be left without restraints in the hands of self-interested corporations. — via
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Tom Upchurch Apr 17
What should do with their piles of cash and supreme luxury brand? I interviewed for where he came up with an intriguing idea. They should launch America's first tuition-free University.
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Scott Galloway Apr 17
The dopamine you get from rage is addictive. Social media creates an addictive web.
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Scott Galloway Apr 17
Social-media platforms have been working to make the web almost irrelevant. Facebook would, in many ways, prefer that we didn’t have the internet. They’d prefer that we had Facebook. - via
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