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Apple's Tim Cook warns Silicon Valley, it would be “destructive” to block strong privacy laws

In California, legislators have recently approved a state data protection act. This may pave the way for national legislation to…

In California, legislators have recently approved a state data protection act. This may pave the way for national legislation to come in, but it is still to see if Apple’s approval can help with the process.

Unlike advertising-based activities like Facebook and Google, Apple has largely taken advantage of the latest techlash.

The iPhone manufacturer generates almost all of its revenue from selling hardware like smartphones and laptops.

Just two years ago, Apple was under pressure from European officials after suspected of paying 13.1 billion dollars (14.9 billion dollars) in taxes after the EU concluded that Ireland had granted the company undue benefits.

“Our own information, from everyday to deep person, is armed with us with military efficiency. Sustainable digital profile and lets companies feel better than you might know yourself.”

“We can never stop asking us which kind of world we want to live in? “Cook said.

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