"It seems that in the United States, at least, app developers and advertisers who rely on targeted mobile advertising for revenue are seeing their worst fears realized: Analytics data published this week suggests that US users choose to opt out of tracking 96 percent of the time in the wake of iOS 14.5.
When Apple released iOS 14.5 late last month, it began enforcing a policy called App Tracking Transparency. iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV apps are now required to request users' permission to use techniques like IDFA (ID for Advertisers) to track those users' activity across multiple apps for data collection and ad targeting purposes.
The change met fierce resistance from companies like Facebook, whose market advantages and revenue streams are built on leveraging users' data to target the most effective ads at those users. Facebook went so far as to take out full-page newspaper ads claiming that the change would not just hurt Facebook but would destroy small businesses around the world. Shortly after, Apple CEO Tim Cook attended a data privacy conference and delivered a speech that harshly criticized Facebook's business model.
Nonetheless, Facebook and others have complied with Apple's new rule to avoid being rejected from the iPhone's App Store, though some apps present a screen explaining why users should opt in before the Apple-mandated prompt to opt in or out appears."
I think a lot of people probably have the same stupid questions or variations of the same questions. These questions may or may not have been asked or answered already and frankly it doesn't matter one way or the other. Finding the answer can be challenging - remember, most of our diet consists of 🖍🖍🖍.
What else are we going to do on Sundays anyway?
Here is my stupid question for the day, feel free to post yours, and hopefully those with wrinkles are kind enough to answer:
What makes the shorts actually have to cover naked shares? I understand if they borrowed them, that the lender comes knocking, but who holds naked shorters liable?
Obligatory 🚀 🚀 🚀 🌙🌚🌔🌖
Dogecoin is almost at 0.50 Once it does it’s going to set off a lot of Limit sells, just like it did at 0.42 DO NOT PANIC SELL.
It’ll dip, it’ll probably dip hard. KEEP HODLING and it’ll go back up!! Just like it did this time.
Edit: Didn’t dip that crazy, we survived the 0.50! Let’s push to .65!!
Edit: Thank you all so much for the love! I honestly did not think that this post would gain so much traction. So just to provide a response to some of the comments I saw:
Yes, this can be done at any age. I put for younger people because when I was in my early twenties I needed for someone to tell me this. After college I move 800 miles away from home and everyone I knew and started new. I told some of my family I started going out to eat alone and they told me that was sad and I shouldn't do that but I honestly enjoyed it. (For background I grew up on a farm in a very small town. No one did anything alone and just going out in town you were bound to run into someone you knew)
It seems like for people who grew up in the city this is common practice but for many this is unheard of. So if you are someone who needed to hear this I'm glad I could help.
Ever since maybe, idk, high school, when people started to “mature” as they took on adult responsibilities, I feel I’ve had to “tone down” my personality quite a lot to fit society’s adult standards and match the other people around me. I feel like I’m going to be judged by everyone for acting myself and be seen as immature or overly hyper regardless of how responsible I actually am.
I’m graduating college this semester, and at this point I’ve been putting up the front for so long I feel like I’ve forgotten who I really am at this point. When I find people I feel like I CAN be myself around, something inside me feels compelled from expressing that, and I find myself masking around everyone, all the time, including family. No one knows me as much as they think they do, and the masking causes such extreme burnout any time I am in the presence of another human being.
Jw if this was a shared experience, I’m 22 and currently seeking a diagnosis after being told my whole life by my mother that mental illnesses & disorders aren’t real :D