Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was so upset when Tim Cook delivered his famous "We would never do our customers product"…
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was so upset when Tim Cook delivered his famous “We would never do our customers product” interview that he ordered the lead to start using only Android phones. This special revelation is cast in a NYT opus on how Facebook has responded to the allegations against all spells against the common social network.
The tactic of the modest, lock and subband tactics seems like hiring outstanding Washington lobbyists for an outbreak campaign against Google, Apple, and … Republic’s Perpetual Rogue George Soros. It’s all about Facebook execs and congress monitoring to figure out, but it was a fun read when we reached the following lines:
Apple CEO has been on record several times to clarify why they do not need to trade customer data like Google and Facebook does. Apple’s business model is very different, he believes, as it makes consumer products that people buy as a gateway to a rich and relatively private ecosystem of apps, cloud services, news and the media.
This ecosystem has contributed to Apple’s bottom line in recent times without having to open it for third-party personal scrubs like Facebook or Google sometimes do.
Companies whose model relies mainly on increasing the audience’s commitment to paying bills with eye-balls on as many ads as possible, is in a much more unsafe mode of privacy, said Tim Cook, and the apparent truth does not seem to be well with Facebook’s CEO.