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Podcasts are just MP3s. Podcast players are just MP3 players, not platforms to execute arbitrary code from publishers. Publishers can see which IP addresses are downloading the MP3s, which can give them a rough idea of audience size, their approximate locations, and which apps they use. That’s about it.

They can’t know exactly who you are, whether you searched for a new refrigerator yesterday, whether you listened to the ads in their podcasts, or even whether you listened to it at all after downloading it.
Big publishers think this is barbaric. I think it’s beautiful.

Big publishers think this is holding back the medium. I think it protects the medium.

Apple’s actual role in podcasting: be careful what you wish for – Marco.org

Quelli che obiettano che esisterebbe sempre la possibilità di scegliere fonti esterne ad iTunes, sottovalutano (drammaticamente, se in buona fede) il potere della “comodità”.
Quella, per restare in tema, che ti fa usare l’app Podcast preinstallata nonostante la presenza di alternative migliori ed ugualmente gratuite.

Stay Tuned,
Mr.Frost

P.S. Casomai non fosse chiaro, un’ulteriore spiegazione ce la fornisce il buon Viticci…