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Apple defends data privacy in private Congressional meeting

17
Sep
2014

Apple is apparently attempting to set lawmakers minds at ease about potential abuse of data. Anonymous sources tell Politico that Apple executives delivered a briefing meant to provide an overview of Apples new offerings, demonstrate the new products and discuss how Apple sees this market developing to the House Energy and Commerce Committee. According to an invitation, this included a section where the chief privacy officer [would] also discuss how the company intends to secure and store consumer health data.

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