ConsEUmer podcast / EP101: F2F in trouble, TikTok questions, and Browsing the browsers (w/ Kush Amlani)

We’re back from Davos! In this week’s episode: 🌱 What’s the future of the EU Farm to Fork strategy? 🎵 Tick-tock for TikTok (w/ Zoltán Kész) 🌐 The importance of browsers (w/ Kush Amlani) Zoltan quoted on TikTok: https://dailynewshungary.com/will-tiktok-be-banned-in-the-eu-and-hungary/ Mozilla research on browser competition: https://research.mozilla.org/browser-competition/ February 2, 2023 Follow ConsEUmer wherever you get your podcasts: […]

ConsEUmer podcast / EP93: French domestic flights, Hungary’s price caps, and the Dangers of TikTok (w/ Adam Kovacevich)

In this week’s episode of the ConsEUmer podcast: 🇫🇷 The effects of France’s ban on domestic flights 🇭🇺 Hungary implements price caps (w/ Zoltán Kész) 🎵 Is TikTok a threat? (w/ Adam Kovacevich) Follow Zoltán Kész on Twitter @KeszZoltan. Follow Adam Kovacevich on Twitter @adamkovac. Zoltán’s press release: https://consumerchoicecenter.org/orbans-price-caps-on-food-and-fuel-will-lead-to-shortages/ Adam’s post: https://www.smerconish.com/exclusive-content/tiktok-is-a-runaway-success-but-its-chinese-ownership-is-problematic-for-the-u-s/ Support the war […]

ConsEUmer podcast / EP79: France bans gamer jargon, Shooting the messenger, and Hazard vs. Risk (w/ Prof. David Zaruk)

🎮 France bans gaming anglicisms 💬 Telegram messenger targeted for disinformation 🚫 Understanding hazard and risk (w/ Prof. David Zaruk) Check out Consumer Choice Radio: https://consumerchoiceradio.com/ Check out these websites if you want support Ukraine financially: https://www.blue-yellow.lt/en/ https://how-to-help-ukraine-now.super.site/?fbclid=IwAR2HawZT-H0iLD08QdXDMBG2qFKA3dpHsjDXt7bppN092YP2TVnQuDJ4j8A June 23, 2022 Follow ConsEUmer wherever you get your podcasts: Apple: https://apple.co/2HR4TLTSpotify: https://spoti.fi/3l3GZdxGoogle podcasts: https://bit.ly/3fyyzto

Why Targeted Ads Are a Blessing

You are reading this column online, and much like most of the news, entertainment and communication you’ll consume today, you’ll need your phone, tablet or computer to do it. Terrestrial TV, print newspapers, radios and physical letters are still in business, but we’ve come a long way since the days in which a house had one […]