• Apple CEO Tim Cook says giving up your data for better services is ‘a bunch of bunk'

    2 monthes ago - By Washington Post

    Apple's chief executive said 'some level of government regulation is important to come out' on data privacy.
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  • What you need to know in advertising today

    What you need to know in advertising today

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Apple CEO Tim Cook is reiterating his call for new government regulations to protect consumer privacy from tech companies.
    The amount of information about individual users stored online and on their phones is enormous, Cook said in an interview with Vice News Tonight on Tuesday. The tech industry hasn't done a good job of respecting and protecting that data, he said.
    "I'm not a pro-regulation kind of person, I believe in the free market deeply," Cook said. But, he added, "when the free market doesn't produce a result that's great for society, you have to ask yourself: what do we need to...
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  • ‘It's a Bunch of Bunk.' Apple CEO Tim Cook on Why Tech Firms Don't Need All Your Data-and Why Apple Expelled Alex Jones

    2 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Apple aapl famously has a more hardline stance on privacy than the likes of Google , whose business models are more dependent on treating user data as a resource for targeting advertising-Apple's model relies instead on selling expensive devices. And many people have observed that Apple's approach harms the development of its virtual assistant, Siri, in the race against Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa.
    Apple CEO Tim Cook disagrees. In a wide-ranging interview with Vice News , Cook described the idea as “another one of those false tradeoffs that people will try to get you to...
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  • Tim Cook took a subtle swipe at Google over how Apple does business in China

    Tim Cook took a subtle swipe at Google over how Apple does business in China

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview with Vice that Apple views data privacy as a human right, and encrypts data the same way in China as it does in every other country.
    He said that while Chinese laws mean Apple stores the data of citizens in China, the data is still secure.
    Cook's emphasis on resisting privacy intrusions in China could be seen as a subtle swipe at Google, which is working on plans to launch a censored search engine for the Chinese market.
    Tim Cook has stressed that Apple does not bend the way it does business in China - and it could be seen as a subtle swipe at...
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