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« on: October 07, 2020, 04:05:18 pm »

Facebook exec says company is 'under assault' by Apple's privacy changes

Facebook put up some fighting words about Apple's upcoming privacy changes for iOS 14.

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Facebook Chief Revenue Officer David Fischer is not happy with Apple's privacy changes.
The executive argues that Apple cannot expect everyone to run a business model similar to it.
Apple is expected to roll out privacy features that limit ad tracking in 2021.


Reported by CNBC, Facebook Chief Revenue Officer David Fischer said on Tuesday that it and other companies who rely on personalized advertising are "under assault" by Apple's new privacy protections that are coming to iOS 14.

Speaking at a virtual Advertising Week session, Fischer argued that the advertising model is good as it makes a lot of the content found on the internet free for users and that if Apple's privacy protections get put in place, that businesses and developers will bear the brunt of the impact.


  "The economic model that not just we at Facebook but so many businesses rely on, this model is worth...

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