Eric Vishria: Apple’s Privacy Changes Are Monopolistic

Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “Eric Vishria: Apple’s Privacy Changes Are Monopolistic” – below is their description.

Benchmark Partner Eric Vishria joins Emily Chang to discuss his view that Apple is Big Tech’s greatest monopolist with its privacy changes effectively stifling competition, and favoring their own ads business. Plus, his views on the VC landscape and IPO winter, and on a16z writing its biggest check ever to Adam Neumann’s new startup.

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