He was referring to harsh criticism and angry protests from the industry against the possibility designed by Apple to give users the option to refuse the tracking of their app usage habits.
Twitter is watching and waiting for the right moment
Personalized advertising certainly has advantages, says Ned Segal. It was thus possible for other providers to suggest topics that were more relevant to them to the users of their services.
Twitter has always been at a disadvantage in this discipline, so there is no greater pressure now.
One will now wait and see how willing the Twitter users are to accept personalized advertising on their devices, Ned Segal said of media reports quoted.
The position of Twitters is therewith in stark contrast to Facebook’s view, the Zuckerberg group fears the anti-tracking feature little less than the ultimate downfall of the advertising industry.