CrunchWeek: Facebook And Google’s Big Privacy Changes, Zulily’s IPO, And All The Latest Twitter Talk

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Need a 12 minute break from raking leaves, drinking cider, and carving pumpkins (and whatever other autumnal chores are taking up your Saturday)? Well I’ve got just the thing for you! It’s time for a new episode of CrunchWeek, the TechCrunch TV show that brings a few of us writers together for talk about the most interesting tech stories from the past seven days.

This time around, Leena Rao, Anthony Ha and I discussed Facebook removing the privacy setting that allowed people to hide their profiles from public searches, Google changing its terms of service to start using regular users’ product ratings and photos in advertisements, e-commerce for moms site Zulily filing for a $100 million IPO, and the latest buzz around Twitter on its road to a public offering, from its male-only board of directors to the latest revelations of just how much turmoil there was in its early days.