Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls Invasion Of Online Privacy 'A Crisis'

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Published on May 5, 2019 - Duration: 00:37s

Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls Invasion Of Online Privacy 'A Crisis'

During an interview with ABC News, Apple CEO Tim Cook called online privacy a crisis.

This comes after controversy with Facebook and Google who are under scrutiny for the way they handle their consumer data.

Unlike those tech giants, Apple's business is not focused on advertising and does not benefit from collecting data from users.

He said they are selling consumers products and it is important for them to keep their customer's data private.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls Invasion Of Online Privacy 'A Crisis'

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