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Google removes the term “Kodi” from its autocomplete search box

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Google now makes it harder for people to search for “Kodi”

In recent years, Google has made several changes to its search algorithms to make the copyright-infringing material less accessible after entertainment industry groups repeatedly insisted the search giant to tighten its anti-piracy efforts.

Google has now added “Kodi” to its autocomplete piracy filter of the search engine, as it is viewed as being “closely associated with copyright infringement”, reports TorrentFreak.

For those unaware, Kodi works as a centralized, legal, open source media center that allows you to access all of your digital audio, movies, TV shows, music collection and photo library from a single, convenient place, whenever and wherever you are. However, its support for third-party add-ons, including those that allow for illegal streaming of copyrighted content without paying for it, often makes it look illegal.

“Google has taken steps to prevent terms closely associated with piracy from appearing in Autocomplete and Related Search,” the search giant had previously explained. “This is similar to the approach we have taken for a narrow class of terms related to pornography, violence, and hate speech.”

Therefore, Google has removed the term “Kodi” from its autocomplete results. As spotted by TorrentFreak, when someone starts typing in “kod” into Google search, they will see suggestions like “kodak”, “kodak black”, “kodaline”, “kodiak”, and pretty much anything apart from Kodi. However, when one types “kodi” with a space afterward, options like “kodi addons” and “kodi download” appear. Similarly, when typing “addons for k”, Google suggests addons for Kokotime, addons for krypton 17.6(A Kodi build!) and addons for kronos wow.

 

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Google autocomplete search suggestions removed “Kodi” term

When asked about its latest decision to remove Kodi, a Google spokesperson told TorrentFreak, “Since 2011, we have been filtering certain terms closely associated with copyright infringement from Google Autocomplete. This action is consistent with that long-standing strategy.”

The Kodi team, operated by the XBMC Foundation, is not impressed with Google’s move. “We are surprised and disappointed to discover Kodi has been removed from autocomplete, as Kodi is perfectly legal to open source software,” Nathan Betzen, the president of the XBMC Foundation said. “We have a professional relationship with the MPAA, who have specifically made clear in the past their own position that Kodi is legal software. We hope Google will reconsider this decision in the future, or at a minimum limit their removal to search terms where the legality is actually in dispute.”

Despite, the Kodi team actively making efforts to distance itself from piracy by issuing trademark takedown notices to those selling piracy-configured Kodi boxes, has not helped them in case of Google. In the past, Google has removed terms like pirate bay, BitTorrent, and uTorrent from the autocomplete results.

Source: TorrentFreak, The Verge

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Huawei’s FreeBuds Is A Copy Of Apple’s AirPods But With Double Battery Life

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Huawei’s FreeBuds can function for 10 hours on a single charge, twice that of Apple’s Airpods

There is no denying that even the top smartphone manufacturers try to copy or clone some of the best smartphone features of its competitors and implement it in their devices so that they can attract more consumers and expand their market.

First, it was Apple’s iPhone X style notch design that was copied by few of its competitors, and now it is Apple’s AirPods – a set of wireless earbuds – that has caught the fascination of Huawei, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer company.

In a recently held launch event of Huawei’s most anticipated Huawei P20/P20 Pro flagship smartphones and the Mate RS, the company also unveiled a compatible audio accessory what appeared to be the most expensive AirPod ripoffs yet called as “FreeBuds”.

Huawei’s FreeBuds comes with 10 hours of playback time when fully charged, which is twice that offered by the Apple accessory on a single charge. It can be recharged when placed inside its charging case. According to Huawei, FreeBuds offers superior noise isolation when compared to Apple’s Airpods.

The FreeBuds will be made available in two color options: black and white. It will be priced at €159 (US$195), which is slightly cheaper compared to Apple’s AirPods, which is €179 (US$220).

The Chinese company also announced the Huawei Active Noise Canceling Earphones and a new DAC Headphone Amplifier, which uses an “audiophile-grade” digital-to-analog converter to get the best audio out of your smartphone.

What do you think about Huawei’s ripoff of Apple’s Airpods? Do let us know in the comments section below.

Source: The Verge

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Microsoft’s Tool for Running Linux on Windows 10 is now Open Source

Microsoft releases a new tool to get more custom Linux distributions distros on Windows 10

Microsoft recently confirmed that it has open-sourced a Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) sample for Windows 10 targeted at Linux distribution to help them bring their distros to the Windows Store to run on Windows 10’s WSL.

Microsoft describes the tool as a “reference implementation for a Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) distribution installer application.”

This tool will enable Linux distribution maintainers to package and submit a Linux distribution as an appx that runs on WSL. It will also allow developers to create custom Linux distro packages for sideloading onto their dev machine running Windows 10. However, it should be noted that personally created custom packages cannot be distributed through the Microsoft Store unless submitted as a distribution maintainer and approved by Microsoft. For more information, click here.

“We know that many Linux distros rely entirely on open source software, so we would like to bring WSL closer to the OSS community. We hope open sourcing this project will help increase community engagement and bring more of your favorite distros to the Microsoft Store,” said Tara Raj of Microsoft’s WSL team in a blog post.

The WSL allows Windows 10 to run various GNU/Linux distros from the Windows Store, including Canonical, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, and Fedora. Just last month, Microsoft also added Debian and Kali Linux distros to the Windows Store.

Microsoft has specifically published the Distro Launcher code that’s used with its WSL component of the Windows 10 kernel. The open source code is now available on GitHub as a sample for developers who are interested in building their own Linux distros for the WSL.

Source: Microsoft, ON MSFT

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Oracle wins legal battle against Google over use of Java code in Android

Appeals court revives Oracle’s lawsuit over Google’s use of Java in Android

Oracle wins appeal against Google in landmark copyright case

The never ending legal battle between Oracle and Google took a new twist on Tuesday when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington ruled that Google’s use of Java shortcuts to develop Android “went too far” and was “a violation of Oracle’s copyrights”. This decision could see Google pay Oracle billions in damages, as the eight-year-long dispute between the two software giants draws near a close, reports Bloomberg.

For those unaware, Java was created by Sun Microsystems back in the 1990s and Oracle acquired the company in 2010. The legal battle between Oracle and Google formally started in 2010 over bits of Java code called Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) – a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. APIs are useful as developers don’t have to write new code from scratch to implement every new function or change it for every new type of device.

Eight months after the purchase, Oracle accused Google of using its copyrighted APIs in its Android mobile operating system and filed a lawsuit. Since then, both the companies have gone through federal trials and multiple appeals courts in the U.S.

In May 2016, Oracle lost the plagiarism case it had filed against Google, as the search giant had argued that the copying fell within the “fair use” provision of copyright law, which meant it was free to use. At that time, a jury of 10 unanimously agreed with Google who found that the search giant’s use of declaring code, and the structure, sequence, and organization of Java APIs was fair use.

Google at the time, said that its victory at trial was “a win for the Android ecosystem; for the Java programming community and for software developers who rely on open and free programming languages to build innovative consumer products.”

However, Oracle went ahead and appealed the ruling in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and asked them to overrule the federal jury’s decision taken in May 2016 that says Google’s use of Oracle software didn’t violate copyright law. As of 2016, Oracle sought $9 billion in damages as part of the lawsuit it first filed in 2010.

Finally, the U.S. Court of Appeals in its decision on Tuesday (March 27, 2018) ruled that Google’s use of APIs was “unfair as a matter of law.”

“[T]he fact that Android is free of charge does not make Google’s use of the Java API packages noncommercial,” the three-judge panel wrote in its decision. It also pointed out that Android has made more than $42 billion in revenue from advertising and that Google had not made any changes of the copyrighted material.

“There is nothing fair about taking a copyrighted work verbatim and using it for the same purpose and function as the original in a competing platform,” it stated.

Oracle said its APIs are freely available to those who want to build applications for computers and mobile devices, but draws the line at anyone who wants to use them for a competing platform or to embed them in an electronic device.

Welcoming the ruling, Dorian Daley, an Oracle executive vice president and the company’s general counsel, in a statement said, “The Federal Circuit’s opinion upholds fundamental principles of copyright law and makes clear that Google violated the law. This decision protects creators and consumers from the unlawful abuse of their rights.”

On the other hand, Google and its supporters said that extending copyright protection to APIs, would threaten innovation and lead to higher costs for consumers.

“We are disappointed the court reversed the jury finding that Java is open and free for everyone,” Google said in a statement. “This type of ruling will make apps and online services more expensive for users. We are considering our options.”

Google is likely to ask the three-judge panel to reconsider its decision or ask the full appeals court to review the decision. The case could even go all the way to the Supreme Court of the U.S.

The case has been closely followed by the tech industry because of its extensive implications for software innovation and copyright law.

Source: Bloomberg

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Google buys GIF search platform Tenor

Google buys GIF search platform Tenor

Google acquires GIF sharing platform, Tenor to build up image search

Google Inc. has announced its acquisition of Tenor, a GIF keyboard and search engine for Android, iOS and desktop, that will make it easier for users to find and share GIF images.

For those unaware, Tenor is a San Francisco-based animated online GIF search engine with a keyboard app that can pull up GIFs while you type on desktop and mobile. It also has an API that allows other companies including Facebook (who uses it in Messenger), Twitter, Apple’s iMessage, WhatsApp, and new owner Google through its Gboard app to use its platform to easily search and share animated GIFs.

“Most people use Google Images to find more information about a topic and to help them communicate and express themselves-case in point, we see millions of searches for GIFs every day,” Cathy Edwards, Director of Engineering, Google Images, wrote in a blog post on Tuesday.

“We have continued to evolve Google Images to meet both of these needs and today we are bringing GIFs more closely into the fold by acquiring Tenor, a GIF platform for Android, iOS and desktop,” Edwards added. Tenor would bring up GIFs inside Google Images and other services like Gboard mobile keyboard app more easily.

“With their deep library of content, Tenor surfaces the right GIFs in the moment so you can find the one that matches your mood. Tenor will help us do this more effectively in Google Images as well as other products that use GIFs, like Gboard,” Edwards noted.

While the terms of the deal weren’t revealed, Tenor would continue to operate as a separate brand. Google “is looking forward to investing in their technology and relationships with content and API partners,” Edwards added.

Tenor has a massive 300 million users, who search for GIFs 12 billion times every month. In its own statement, Tenor says it has witnessed “explosive” growth since its launch in 2014. “The acquisition will enable us to accelerate improvements to Tenor’s service for our users, API partners, content partners, and advertisers,” said Tenor CEO David McIntosh in a blog post.

Tenor has been looking to serve more users through its global expansion. “Since early 2017, GIF searches on Tenor have grown by 5X in key markets like Europe, South America and Southeast Asia, in part due to Tenor’s investment in providing localized regional search content,” the company said in a blog post last month.

The company also has a growing advertising business, creating sponsored GIFs for companies like Dunkin’ Donuts, Warner Bros, Starbucks, Nissan and AT&T. In the past, Tenor has raised over $30 million in venture funding.

Source: Google

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Apple Launches Its Cheapest iPad With Pencil Support

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Apple Launches Its Cheapest iPad With Apple Pencil Support starting at just $299

Google’s Chromebook clearly dominates the classrooms in the U.S., as nearly 60 percent of its shipments are to the U.S. Now, taking a dig at Google’s dominance of the education market, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced a new 9.7 inch iPad with Apple Pencil support retailing for $299 for teachers and students and $329 for the general public at an education-focused event hosted at Lane Tech High School in Chicago on Tuesday. The optional Apple Pencil will sell separately to students and educators for $89, and to the general public for $99.

“We know that our products can unleash the creative genius in every kid,” Cook said.

The updated 9.7 inch iPad weighs 1 lbs and features a large Retina display, Apple’s A10 Fusion chip with 64-bit desktop-class architecture, Touch ID, a front-facing HD camera, 32GB of storage, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with 1080p HD video, up to10 hours of battery life, and LTE option. The tablet also enables support for Apple Pencil, which was previously only compatible with iPad Pro. The teachers and students will also 200GB of free iCloud storage, which is a significant upgrade from the previously-allocated 5GB. You can read more about the new iPad here.

“iPad is our vision for the future of computing and hundreds of millions of people around the world use it every day at work, in school and for play. This new 9.7-inch iPad takes everything people love about our most popular iPad and makes it even better for inspiring creativity and learning,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s vice president of Product Marketing. “Our most popular and affordable iPad now includes support for Apple Pencil, bringing the advanced capabilities of one of our most creative tools to even more users. This iPad also has the power of the A10 Fusion chip, combined with the big, beautiful Retina display, advanced cameras, and sensors that enable incredible AR experiences simply not possible on other devices.”

With the launch of the new iPad, Apple is looking to win back students and teachers from Google, whose products and software are not only affordable but also very deeply-rooted in schools.

The new 9.7 inch iPad comes in silver, space gray and a new gold finish and starts at an Apple retail price of $329 (U.S.) for the 32GB with Wi-Fi model and $459 (U.S.) for the 32GB Wi-Fi + Cellular model at apple.com and Apple Stores. The tablet is also available through Apple Authorized Resellers and select carriers (prices may vary). The new iPad is now available to order and will arrive in stores later this week in more than 25 countries. You can also visit apple.com/ipad for more information.

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Facebook Ads vs. Google AdWords

Facebook Ads vs. Google AdWords

“The Fight Of Titans”  – this is how AdEspreso referred to the marketing withstanding between Google and Facebook.

Considering the curious tendency of international companies giving room once again to the local businesses, the small business owners are now considering their options. Their marketing budget is often tiny, so the big question is – which platform sells better at a cheaper price. Google manifests that it gives its customers a return of at least $2 for every dollar spent.  

FB vs. Google

Facebook offers their ads at the cheapest rates in the history of advertising.

Considering the difference in presentational focus, it’s only logical to assume that Facebook and Google aim for a different kind of outcome. Clearly, Facebook chases exposure for its customers. Targeting is the ultimate strength of Facebook; and marketers have learned it the hard way that finding the right audience for your product often means that your work is half done. Google, on the other hand, is after searchers’ intention. If you ever need information on what queries represent certain intention, it’s Google and no one else. Finding the people willing to purchase your product is another half marketers’ job. Too bad these two are divided between two different platforms, right?

Now going back to the subject of real people, businessmen and entrepreneurs, choosing between FB and Google. To get a perspective from an insider, I asked Emily Johnson, the owner of Omnipapers platform, for her insight –

‘I promote info-products of a kind. The classical case is Customwritings review. What I needed to target was the right audience, intention and brand keywords. Facebook didn’t convert well for me. I personally think, the right intention was missing. I stand by Google AdWords for now.’

If the above statement seems totally reasonable to you, and you’re now ready to disregard the affordable Facebook altogether in favor of Google AdWords, I suggest that we change the subject for a few short moments.

The 21st century is the age of branding.

The goods and services market is saturated beyond any measure. Any random individual at any point of time can find dozens of people and facilities serving their every need, fighting for their attention. Creating a strong brand is a reasonably effective way to stand out and let the world know what you can offer. Considering how wildly popular branding had become, I believe soon this approach will stop working (can “branding” market get oversaturated? We’ll see). But for now, it can’t be disregarded.

Google AdWords finds the visitors with the right mindset for those, who have already established their brand.

Facebook allows the emerging and established brands to be seen by the right audience. In other words, the right people get to know you even before they need anything from you (even if they never do). But when they do need something – who do you think they’re most likely to turn to – someone they know, or some stranger knocking at their door (metaphorically)? Here you go.

Bottom line

Google converts better, that’s a fact, but it does nothing for exposure. Facebook is a must-have for exposure, it’s as cheap as nothing else on the web, but it’s not exactly made for direct sales (nevertheless, it does sell).

I’d say, a combination of the two is the best long-term strategy (duh, you could’ve seen this advice coming). So watch out for your immediate needs and don’t underestimate the human factor. These days, people’s dedication is worth more than the money they’re willing to give you. Or, should I say, the former quickly converts into the latter.

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Foxconn to acquire Belkin International for $866 million in cash

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FIT, a subsidiary of Foxconn, to buy Belkin for $866 million

Foxconn Interconnect Technology Limited (FIT) and accessory maker Belkin International, Inc. jointly announced the signing of a definitive agreement under which FIT has agreed to acquire Belkin for $866 million by way of cash merger on Monday. FIT, is the Hong Kong Exchange-listed unit of Foxconn Group, a Taiwanese tech company best known for assembling iPhones for Apple. Through the Belkin deal, Foxconn will also snap on Belkin’s existing businesses, which includes Linksys, WeMo, and Phyn.

For those unaware, California-based Belkin International, Inc. is best known for creating an array of home networking products and smartphone accessories that are sold throughout the United States, Canada, South America, Asia and Europe. Further, Linksys manufactures networking equipment, Wemo produces home automation equipment, and Phyn sells a product that provides notification for water leaks in your house.

With the acquisition, Foxconn hopes to accelerate entry into the smart home market. FIT in a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange said that the merger with Belkin will give it access to sales networks, technology, and production capabilities. Belkin also brings with it around 700 patents.

“FIT is excited to acquire Belkin and its capabilities in the premium consumer products space,” said Sidney Lu, CEO, FIT. “Integrating Belkin’s best-in-class capabilities and solutions into the FIT, we expect to enrich our portfolio of premium consumer products and accelerate our penetration into the smart home.”

According to the press release, Belkin and its subsidiaries will continue to operate as a subsidiary of FIT, under the leadership of Pipkin and his executive team, who is expected to join FIT’s management team.

“This move will accelerate our vision of delivering technology that makes the lives of people around the world better, more convenient and more fulfilling. I am thrilled to take our brand portfolio of Belkin, Linksys, Wemo, and Phyn to new heights,” said Chet Pipkin, CEO, and founder, Belkin International.

“We see significant synergies with the FIT, including leveraging its world-class manufacturing capability to enhance Belkin’s operating efficiency and competitiveness. The transaction also grants us access to more resources to invest in our people and to aggressively pursue opportunities in the marketplace.”

However, the acquisition between FIT and Belkin will require the approval of Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), which has blocked a series of acquisitions of U.S. tech companies by Chinese enterprises.

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The Best File Manager App for iOS devices

If organization plays a big part in your daily life, Documents makes it a whole lot easier. Besides reading, this app is fine-tuned to view and annotate everything on its way. This “iOS Finder” is a top choice in over 70 countries, speaking volumes of its competence.

All options are easy to use after locating, meaning you will not have to browse through guideline pages before your first use. Arguably the most capable app in your iPhone, it can replace the PDF Reader, Music Player, and Document Viewer in a scoop!

Importing and Saving Files

When you have files saved on your iDevice, WebDav, cloud, or computer, importing content is straightforward. Are you in need of additional files? You can now download directly without exiting the app.

Across all businesses, this app’s ability to store email attachments only translates to higher conversions. The app is perfectly suitable for those with busy schedules as they can save web pages for viewing later.

File Management

 

To allow you absolute control, creation of folders and management of files have been made intricately easier. You are free to perform a myriad of other functions like renaming, tagging, coloring, as well as zipping and unzipping of files.

With an iPad, Documents can open in split screen; from here, you only need to drag and drop files across the apps. Sharing files with friends and colleagues can be achieved through social media and other platforms.

Once all files are intact, users are encouraged to secure them with strong passwords.

Integrated Cloud Services

In the age we live in, cloud services make all files accessible from anywhere, and at any time. This app readily connects with a host of cloud services, making it the ideal pick for both personal and business files.

Additionally, you could just choose to work on cloud services such as Google Drive, iCloud, or Dropbox without having to download the files. By setting up a two-way sync, the selected folders will automatically upload files at the set intervals.

Watching and Listening

Wondering when that jam by your favorite artist is coming out? Leave it to the app as it works both online and offline. You can now scourge through the endless online resources and import the latest music and movies without a glitch. In addition to being a media player, you can also use the built-in web browser of Documents to save media files on the Web seamlessly.

There are numerous great and easy ways to access media already in your iPhone, be they pictures or video. All these are brought harmoniously together to help you create captivating memories.

Document Reading

Even in iPhone, this app allows you to view Office files in their natural form. PDF files can also be read and annotated in virtually no time. All these serve to make your working experience easier and more fulfilling.

If you are faced with an extremely lengthy PDF, Documents allows you to immediately search for the desired text or section. Thereafter, creating text files will be a breeze; they are easily manipulated to fit your specific needs.

Are you a fan of reading articles and books? Welcome to your ultimate solution!

Function

From the Finder-like iconic grid, users can perform a myriad of functions without having to consult further. The bulk of the app is composed of the optional list view, directing you to all other functions with a single touch.

From the iCloud tab, you can store specific files and easily sync across different devices. On clicking the browser tab, a complete web browser comes into view. This app supports the download of numerous file types without requiring conversion.

Connecting to your iPhone from a remote device (say a PC) is entirely possible, thanks to the Wi-Fi drive feature. A local Wi-Fi appliance works as well, keeping you in the loop even when travelling.

New, Captivating Features

Brand new add-ons make your experience all-the-more better. Interoperability between compatible apps is possible, having automated most of the repetitive tasks. The PDF Converter, for instance, only takes seconds to rework large documents.

The add-on system is invaluable in unlocking new features embedded within the app. Freehand drawing and adding an authentic signature to your documents is now within reach. The previous Dropbox sign-in issue has been neutered, enriching the user experience.

Bottom Line

In the current market, Document is revered as being very powerful and versatile. There are numerous possibilities working with the Cloud, giving you the leverage in business you previously lacked. This free app is all you have been looking for.

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Spotify reveals that 2 million users are suppressing ads without paying

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At least two million users blocked ads without paying, says Spotify

Spotify Technology SA, a digital music, podcast, and video streaming service, has revealed that around 2 million of its users have been using modified versions of the Spotify app that block ads and allows the users’ to stream unlimited, high-quality music for free, reports Reuters. The hacked apps effectively turned Spotify’s free service into its premium, ad-free service and allowed users to access premium Spotify features for free. As a result, this leaves a potential risk to revenues for the soon-to-be-public company.

The revelation came in an amended regulatory filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on March 23, 2018. The disclosure notes, “Unauthorized access to our Service may cause us to misstate key performance indicators, which once discovered, corrected, and disclosed, could undermine investor confidence in the integrity of our key performance indicators and could cause our stock price to drop significantly.”

As a result, Spotify has adjusted its monthly active users from 159 million to 157 million at the end of 2017. As of December 31, 2017, Spotify had 157 million active users, of which only 71 million paid the $9.99 monthly fee for the ad-free experience of Spotify’s premium subscription service, states its recent report. This means that the remaining 86 million were users of its free service, which includes advertising messages.

According to Spotify’s SEC filing, the two million people who listened to music illegally were not included in the company’s most recent numbers. In a section of its filing Summary > Recent Developments > Unauthorized User Access, Spotify says:

On March 21, 2018, we detected instances of approximately two million users as of December 31, 2017, who have been suppressing advertisements without payment. We previously included such users in calculations for certain of our key performance indicators, including MAUs, Ad-Supported Users, Content Hours, and Content Hours per MAU. While we have excluded these users from these key performance indicators and other related metrics throughout this prospectus for the year ended December 31, 2017, we currently do not have, and may never have, the requisite data available to adjust such key performance indicators and other metrics prior to January 1, 2017, and as a result, such key performance indicators and other metrics for such periods may be overstated.

In the amended filing, Spotify also said their business model is “at risk of artificial manipulation of stream counts and failure to effectively manage and remediate such fraudulent streams could have an adverse impact on our business, operating results, and financial condition.”

Instead of a traditional IPO, Spotify had filed for a direct listing of its shares last week. With just a week away from going public, the change in its MAU metrics for the year is a concern and matters to the company more than ever.

Also, if a significant number of subscribers skip ads, it could negatively affect Spotify’s bottom line at a crucial time for the company. Users avoiding ads played during music streams still cost Spotify money, as the company pays a small amount to the artist for every stream of their song. It will also hurt the trust the company has gained with their advertising clients.

“We will continue to invest in our advertising products in order to create more value for advertisers and our Ad-Supported Users by enhancing our ability to make advertising content more relevant for our Ad-Supported Users,” the company filing says. “Offering advertisers additional ways to purchase advertising on a programmatic basis is one example of how we continue to expand our portfolio of advertising products. We also are focused on developing analytics and measurement tools to evaluate, demonstrate, and improve the effectiveness of advertising campaigns on our platform.”

Currently, Spotify remains the largest music streaming service around, with Apple Music considered as its closest competitor.

Also Read– Spotify Web Player- Listen Music Online In Browser

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