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Your link is misleading.  Google's cloud platform can be HIPAA  Compliant.  "To serve developers who want to build these applications on Google's infrastructure, we're announcing support for business associates agreements for our customers,"  This is for companies who choose to signup for a paid service and build custom apps and use Googles Server product. It does not include any free products including Chrome which is why it is banned from use on my Hospitals computers.
That is not powerful, that is intrusive. Because they are using whatever you do in your private life to market to you. They also force you to sign in to their services to use your device which is comical to me. Once you sign in to any one of them you are signed in to all of them. On any device they have linked to you.  You have to go to the main site to sign out though.  I find it comical that people who complain about the NSA spying on them and preventing a multitude of...
People at the Hospital I work for keep downloading chrome against company policy. They keep having to remove it.  IT showed me the back ground server that is always running in the background and interferes with our servers. And no, Chrome does not have to be running.  About a year ago Google modified the code so they couldn't block the chrome downloads without essentially blocking access to the internet on the computers.  Sounds like spyware to me.
Notice he never answered the question. He never spoke to the question of accessing thief customers private data to monetize it. Cook didn't say Google left data exposed. He said they are accessing it themselves to make money. Apple has no need to do so because they sell hardware first and far most.
everyone else looks like they are trying to look cool.
They bought time. They had unfortunately depended on Google for search and Maps and integrated them deep into their OS.  The suits also made it less likely those companies would so blatantly copy them again.  At the same time they were developing their next moves.  
The default choice is up to the user. You can use the card attached to your iTunes account or scan in a different card. My bank sent me notification that I could use my card with Apple Pay less than an hour after the announcement.  You can have other cards on the system but for ease of use on has to be primary.  
Truly a bonehead manuver.
I kind of felt that way about the stream.  The last two or three events have been streamed with no issues at all. Then there is a failure but only on the website.  The stream worked perfectly on Apple TVs.  Maybe They should have everyone to sign in via their Apple ID to see the stream. 
Siri doesn't have to speak either. I turned of voice last year sometime because of work. Works great without it too.
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