Tim Cook rails against bad privacy regulation & sideloading in keynote speech


Apple CEO Tim Cook used his IAPP Global Privacy Summit keynote speech to discuss privacy and trust in the digital economy, including a need to stop regulations from forcing Apple to accept sideloading. Kicking off the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ annual event, the Global Privacy Summit, Cook took to the stage on Tuesday as part of its keynote address.His keynote started by calling privacy one of the most essential battles of modern times. Referring to privacy as a mirror of policies and usage, Cook believes there are two disparate realities, with one where it “unlocks humanity’s full creative potential,” while the other is where “technology is exploited to rob humanity of that which is foundational: our privacy itself.” Read more…
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