As Zuckerberg heads into trial mode this week, he’s expected to keep a low media profile and instead focus his efforts chiefly on Capitol Hill.Be smart: Facebook faces a real prospect of regulation, and its camera-shy CEO has never testified before Congress and has no Washington experience.And he personally ordered Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to put together the threat and to get it done by Thursday.Trump said he had to protect American farmers, whom the Chinese were threatening with billions in tariffs.
Several senior officials blame Mnuchin for the messy rollout.What they’re saying: A spokesperson for Match Group says in a statement said that data collected by its companies "enables us to make product improvements, deliver relevant advertisements and continually innovate and optimize the user experience.""Data collected by ad trackers and third parties is 100% anonymized," the spokesperson says."Our portfolio of companies never share personally identifiable information with third parties for any purpose."When the president threatened China with 0 billion in new tariffs, there had hardly been any White House discussion.Most obviously, I like that you can stalk your prey from the comfort of your bed.I also like the increased options, and that apps get you out of your social scene, because even in New York City it’s surprising how quickly you can use up your resources.