In an interview with Charlie Rose, Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook has talked about user privacy, and how Apple’ deals with personal data as opposed to how companies like Google deal with your personal data.
Tim Cook talks about Apple’s stance on user privacy, and that the company does not collect data on people, like Google does, have a look at the video below.
The Apple CEO makes it very clear that Apple’s business is selling products, and not collecting personal data on people, he explains that “Our business is based on selling [hardware]. Our business is not based on having information about you. You’re not our product….we run a very different company.’
Users privacy has been a hot topic over the last few months, and the Apple CEO thinks that user privacy will be very important over the next twelve months.
He also talked about Edward Snowden, and the rumors that there were back doors in Apple servers, that Apple quickly denied when all documents were released by Snowden.
Source Digital Trends