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Natasha
#140. Words words words. Journalist, geek, poet*, feminist** ~Owns cats, asks awkward questions~ *part-time **full-time | Tips to: natasha[at]techcrunch[dot]com
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Kira Lerner Feb 22
Replying to @djgeoffe
Just Facebook and Google
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Anna Soubry MP 18h
I understand many others will add their names today.
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Natasha 18h
“This is a huge amount of responsibility and I think we are all coming to terms with this responsibility”
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Edward Davey Feb 22
Air pollution is one of the biggest challenges facing London. Make sure to respond to the latest environmental consultation from before 28th Feb
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Sloane Steel Feb 22
Teens in 2018 have had a wild year. They went from eating Tide pods to reforming gun laws.
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Natasha 19h
Replying to @DaveLeeBBC
We had them come visit us with their dog in 2016
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ian bremmer Feb 22
The idea that we get our information as citizens through algorithms determined by the world’s largest advertising company is my definition of dystopia.
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Ana Navarro Feb 22
So a good guy with a gun was there, but was afraid to stop the bad guy with a bigger, faster gun.
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Natasha Feb 22
Replying to @bugdag @TechCrunch
As the story notes, feature phone owners stuck with feature phones & smartphone owners held on their handsets for longer. The quality bar for mid/premium smartphones is now so high there's just less incentive to upgrade every year
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Natasha Feb 22
Replying to @PrivacyMatters
👍 Am on natasha[at]techcrunch[dot]com if you want to drop some thoughts over by email tmrw
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Natasha Feb 22
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Natasha Feb 22
eh-up! The Matt app has a new privacy policy:
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Natasha Feb 22
Replying to @itstrew
woOT!
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Natasha Feb 22
Startups heading to MWC, come grab a beer w/ TC in Barcelona on Monday 26th >>
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Natasha Feb 22
In case you needed another reason to hate on the crypto/ICO craze
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Natasha Feb 22
"... the company is running a campaign to burnish its image and come across as a company under siege, as outlined in a recent Wired cover story."
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Natasha Feb 21
Replying to @jtrevorhughes
So, basically, web users will essentially be able to block cookie tracking by ignoring the consent notice (as many do now)?
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David Meyer Feb 21
Aaaaahahahahahaha
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Natasha Feb 21
Shout out to the editors who have to maintain this: (via )
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Natasha Feb 21
Impressive levels of abject nonsense in this 'article' on "the unknown benefits of desserts", written by someone claiming to work for
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