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sog35 said:ericthehalfbee said:Non-story by someone needing some free publicity for their company.
You know who else keeps a record of your calls? Your carrier. And you don't have any ability to opt-out of their tracking under any circumstances. And who knows how long they keep those records. I've looked at year-old detailed cell phone bills and seen all the numbers for incoming and outgoing calls.
Edited. Forgot one more thing. Carriers also track which cell towers your phone connects to.
This is also why its so silly that Tim Cook is so strongly pushing privacy. NO ONE CARES. NO ONE.
90-95% of iOS users either use Facebook or Google services. So even if Apple keeps things 'private' it does not matter.
Cook needs to stop talking about privacy and get into the advertising/data collection game. Not doing so, Cook is losing shareholders HUNDREDS OF BILLIONS. Apple needs to collect data and advertise. Because Apple users have spoken loud and clear they DONT CARE ABOUT PRIVACY.
eqap said:This memo is too weak a response to the erosion of real American values and violation of the Constitution.
jonagold said:As a long time shareholder I'm sure glad to see my shares being diluted by this guy. What has he done for the company? You'd a thought he would have used his valuable political pull to open up repatriation or something...looks like Trump might be giving us that free of charge. And who made this jetsetter the environmental expert? I'm sure his 2¢ on the matter don't add up to half of one.