Apple CEO: ‘Don’t Believe’ Tech Companies that Claim They Need Users’ Data – IOTW Report

Apple CEO: ‘Don’t Believe’ Tech Companies that Claim They Need Users’ Data

Breitbart:

In an interview with Vice News Tonight, Apple CEO Tim Cook warned users about the dangers of giving tech companies too much of their own data, and said that any company telling users that the absolutely must access their personal data is spreading a “bunch of bunk.”  MORE HERE


4 Comments on Apple CEO: ‘Don’t Believe’ Tech Companies that Claim They Need Users’ Data

  1. Yeah, but that was yesterday.
    Today it comes out that apple and google are teaming up to further develop china’s new tracking/rating programs.
    It sounds nice, but they have most of the info that they want. New info is just taken, they don’t ask. If any ‘tech companies’ ask you for info, it is a sure indication that they are just too cheap to afford the technology to steal it from you, or they are too cheap to buy that info from others.
    Isn’t he just a saint?
    Go home to china, cook

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  2. Rot in Hell Tim Cook you unworthy POS!
    Even iTunes tracks plenty of personal data, let alone Safari et mult. al.

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