China Cracks Down on Crypto, Deep Dive on Demand for Apple’s iPhone 13 & Previewing Netflix’s ‘Tudum’ Event

Our anchors kick off this Friday morning on news that the People’s Bank of China declared all crypto related activities illegal. Then, we cover Lina Khan’s recent memo to FTC staffers and commissioners outlining her vision to crack down on Big Tech. Next, CNBC’s Kate Rooney is here with the details on Robinhood’s internal communications showing panic during the GameStop crisis back in January. Also, “Big Technology” Founder Alex Kantrowitz joins on his article where he says Apple’s attempts to kneecap Facebook advertising with its anti-tracking initiative are working. Then, we speak with Cowen’s Krish Sankar on demand for Apple’s new iPhone 13 models, which hit the shelves today. Plus, to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Drift CEO David Cancel joins to speak about his experiences in tech. And later, Evercore ISI Head of Internet Research Mark Mahaney is here to talk Netflix ahead of the company’s first-ever fan event ‘Tudum’ this weekend.

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