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Yahoo reaches $117.5M settlement for data breaches affecting 3 billion accounts
Zuckerberg told Facebook execs to stop using iPhone after Tim Cook privacy commentsAbsolutely he and everybody else have a responsibility to finger those who are harvesting our data for profit. Zuckerberg is even harvesting data on non users... why, because he can and it makes him money. He’ll say that Apple is just being elitist because it’s users can afford its expensive devices and don’t need to be subsidized by “free” software like Facebook and Android which harvest your data instead. What he is really saying is, Facebook is taking advantage of those who can least afford (or have little understanding) to avoid a deep and aggressive exploitation of their data trail. FB has turned freedom from personal data exploitation into a luxury.
We need regulation on data privacy yesterday... this won’t stop until we do. It’s too profitable. Facebook is on a tear to exploit the undeveloped world where many think Facebook is the phone OS it’s so universally relied on. Credit to Apple that they haven’t succumbed and are taking a stand.
Apple's next-gen 'A13' iPhone and iPad chipset will remain 7nmnunzy said:Apple skates to where the puck is going to be, but won't release a product until it is fully baked. Always.
Tim Cook talks about Steve Jobs thinking differently, Apple product philosophySteve was such a curator of design and function with the ability to push his desires through Apple in a timely way. Tim doesn’t even pretend he has those skills, but he is a supply chain genius, which Steve wasn’t. They were a great combo and no disrespect to Tim, but Steve’s skills are the more irreplaceable. Tim would prob agree.
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