Jeremy Stoppelman

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“While it hasn’t gotten quite the same level of media attention as Australia and South Korea, the case in Turkey could end up being the biggest deal. That’s because it cuts to the heart of how Google uses its power as the gatekeeper for most internet traffic.” twitter.com/WIRED/status/1…
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“Yelp’s strength is definitely that they combat fake reviews (and filter them) better than any other platform, in my experience,” Hawkins said. How Google and Yelp handle fake reviews and policy violations searchengineland.com/how-google-and… via @sengineland
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This just dropped: Google gave Netflix a sweetheart deal of 6% relative to the 30% cut the Play Store took from everyone else
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Competition is just a $15B check away... twitter.com/appleinsider/s…
Google's PR magic: How America’s second-largest social platform (Youtube) ducks controversies washingtonpost.com/technology/202…
Update: Google loses motion to prevent evidence it acted anticompetitively from entering the public domain. twitter.com/lutherlowe/sta…
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WH COVID briefing: Yelp will offer feature to search for businesses where consumers can search for vax required businesses.
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Big News. @Yelp will now allow users to filter restaurants, bars, spas, & more based on vaccine requirements or fully vaxxed staff.
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I've heard a lot of skepticism and scoffing when suggesting that Google/FB lobbied for and got what they wanted with EU laws like GDPR. One of the ways that happens is through funding of tech policy institutions, as laid out here: newstatesman.com/business/secto…
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I wrote about Delta and why we should not surrender to our dysfunction. There's much to be done, from vaccine mandates (yes, yes, it's time) to strong mitigations in schools (the "unvaccinated" include ~50 million children under 12) to response to surges. nytimes.com/2021/07/24/opi…
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📈 Our Q2 Yelp Economic Average Report is here, revealing the correlation between vaccinations, consumer interest, and business openings and reopenings across the US.M
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Great study & deep dive covering Google’s Youtube & Tiktok and societal harms from exploiting viewers’ vulnerabilities to maximize their watch time. twitter.com/WillOremus/sta…
Once again, President Biden is following through on his promise to fight for working families and create an economy that works for everyone. Jonathan Kanter is absolutely the right person to take on corporate monopolies and lead the Antitrust Division at this critical moment. twitter.com/washingtonpost…
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🔥🔥🔥 New tool in the Chrome store slaps a disclosure/warning label on individuals & orgs that take funding from Big Tech. Download herchrome.google.com/webstore/detai…onrl
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Hey, what a coincidence. Google is opening a data center in Nebraska, the home state of the Republican attorney general co-leading the bipartisan multistate antitrust *search* case against Google. twitter.com/Pat_Garofalo/s…
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Today @Yelp launched a new advertising platform that gives national brands a way to reach its high-intent audience off platform - across mobile apps, premium websites and video-streaming services - based on users’ purchase intent while on Yelp adweek.com/programmatic/y…
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Just a big food monopoly story sponsored (with a tax write off) by ex Google CEO Eric Schmidt 🧐 I'm sure his motives are entirely puretheguardian.com/environment/ng…ft
Quiet part out loud: “Lofgren, an opponent of the legislation, noted that she had raised an extraordinary amount of money from Silicon Valley companies, but ran in a safe blue district and distributed [big tech cash] widely to other campaigns.” theintercept.com/2021/07/14/con…
Google Meet was free when Zoom was gaining market share. Now… 9to5google.com/2021/07/12/goo…
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I wrote up Biden's sweeping action last week on big tech, big ag, and big pharma. Why is a President attacking Robert Bork by name? And can Biden succeed at taming big business? mattstoller.substack.com/p/biden-launch…
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Google continues to mine misinformation, violence and hate for profit on Youtube. Great to see this Mozilla effort to highlight the problem. nbcnews.com/tech/tech-news…
Microsoft & Google's five-year regulatory lobbying truce just expired. This type of collusion doesn't pass the smell test, begs the question of which other big tech monopolies did Sundar sign as he took over and what did those agreements say? bloomberg.com/news/articles/… via @business
"Time is money, money is power, power is delaying ... projects" twitter.com/voxdotcom/stat…
Why Did Congress Just Vote to Break Up Big Tech? What happened was unbelievable. mattstoller.substack.com/p/why-did-cong… by @matthewstoller
Our latest consumer interest data shows that local economies are near full recovery as interests in dining, shopping, and home & local services have risen to near pre-pandemic levels. Read our latest Yelp Economic Recovery Report to find out more: bit.ly/3qjmuxI
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Psssst! Forgot to make a Father's Day reservation? Get on the waitlist at these local spots (he'll never know the difference): yelp.com/search?find_de…
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The All-In Podcast besties go all-in on how antitrust protects startups & innovation... well minus the one ex-Googler :). Anti-Google (& well articulated) pile on begins around 25:50 🔥twitter.com/theallinpod/st…j
Weak leaders blame the messenger. They see problems as threats to their ego. Strong leaders thank the messenger. They see problems as threats to their mission. Great leaders promote the messenger. They see recognizing and raising problems as acts of vision and courage.
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Glad to see the folks at MIT technology Review agree this is an inaccurate headline that should be changed. twitter.com/_KarenHao/stat…
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Diners seated via @Yelp surge above pre-pandemic levels. "Between March and May 2021, Yelp has seen a 59% increase in new restaurants adopting the company’s front-of-house technology, compared with January and February 2021." fortune.com/2021/06/15/yel…
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Restaurant bookings via Yelp surge past pre-pandemic levels in almost every U.S. state—except New York trib.al/wIXlV8F
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Would love to know the why behind this misleading @techreview headline by @niallfirth blog.yelp.com/2021/06/why-is…
Second time in a week where a reporter has a story about Google’s Maps review spam problem and Google’s non-responsiveness (monopolies have that advantage), yet editor trashes Yelp in the headline for cheap hater clicks. Nice sketchy and unethical work @techreview
I wonder how many tourist families visiting the National Zoo on vacation to D.C. find themselves unwittingly spending $49 x 4 because Google has trained its users to expect the most reliable info up top where it now monetizes misinformation. (Admission to D.C.’s zoo is free.)
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GMU gets a lot of flak for being a vehicle to advance Google’s interests, but this thread is a reminder that Stanford is far worse. twitter.com/stockjabber/st…
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We also now see in exhibits that the AP story triggered honest reactions from Google’s own employees. Someone - likely in legal department - begged employees not to comment on the report likely knowing it would ultimately be included in discovery materials. /14
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Most damning in newly unsealed evidence (1) Google’s employees admitting there's almost no way NOT to provide your location to Google (2) Google designs its ecosystem for location data collection. “This doesn’t sound like something we would want on the front page of the NYT.” /4
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My cousin Danny Fenster has been detained in Myanmar by the ruling militia. He was a journalist based in Myanmar and was in the process of flying home when he was detained at Yangon International Airport. Please share widely & keep Danny in your thoughts. twitter.com/FrontierMM/sta…
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🏳️‍🌈 Thi#Pridede season, find safe and welcoming businesses to celebrat#LGBTQTQ equality: Starting today@Yelplp is introducing an LGBTQ-owned business attribute that will allow business owners to self-identify as LGBTQ-owned! Learn moreblog.yelp.com/2021/05/yelp-m…mB
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Yelp trend expert Tara Lewis has cool ideas for summer fun @ home abcn.ws/3hNiof4 via @GMA
Greenwashing at #GoogleIO ignores key source of Google's carbon footprint: crawl. Continually spidering "hundreds of billions" of 3rd party web pages to keep its 100,000,000GB index fresh adds up. 1 annual refresh = 42,000 trees to offset per @gerrymcgovern. Ofc its WAY higher. twitter.com/Google/status/…
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And, after the election was over, TTP found that Google-owned YouTube was awash with videos spreading Trump’s election fraud lie – the same lie that the RSLC uses as the justification for its continued push for new voter suppression legislation. techtransparencyproject.org/articles/youtu…
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