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Tim Cook doesn’t want Apple to be a ‘treasure trove’ of user data for the NSA

16
Sep
2014

Apples privacy and security measures have been under a microscope for the past month, first with a targeted attack on celebrities that led to leaked nude photos, and now on Apples own systems as the company gears up to handle peoples credit cards as part of Apple Pay. Talking to journalist Charlie Rose in the second half of a two-part interview that concludes tonight, Apple CEO Tim Cook says that the company has no interest in accumulating information about its customers, while urging caution about any companies that do:

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