In this issue: newsletters missing their deadlines, lawmakers missing the point, and a quick lesson in art appreciation. Plus, our first sponsor!
Funniest line of the whole darn thing: "I really think that we don’t have enough data to prove things either way. Palone might, but I’m the one with a neuroscience degree (unfortunately)."
Fantastic point on government websites using trackers, it's an industry norm that legislators don't seem to care about unless a company from China is using it.
Digital media can and will or could be programmed manipulations, it's your interests and the fingers that programmmmmm....
I'm sort of amazed that congress is aware of the risks around in-app browsers in any context. Now who do I whisper to in the federal gov't to get them to take up banning those?
"I’m stumped on what she meant by TikTok tracking “who [users] talk to.” Someone please help me out here."
Access to contact lists on the phone? and I guess direct messages?