In an interview with news website Axios being broadcast Sunday on HBO television, Cook said he expected the US Congress would take up the matter. "Generally speaking, I am not a big fan of regulation," Cook said in an excerpt released by Axios. Cook has previously been a proponent of self-regulation, especially as concerns user data protection.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook has been named the first recipient of the Anti-Defamation League's "Courage Against Hate" award for championing unity, diversity and social progress. The award recognizes "courageous and visionary leaders" from the private sector who use their brands to fight hate and inspire others to make the world a better place, the civil rights organization said Wednesday in announcing Cook's award. Cook's efforts have significantly advanced efforts to fight hate and secure fair treatment for all, the ADL said. "During a time where technology is being used to spread hate, Tim has been a trailblazer in combating it on Apple's platforms," ADL CEO and National Director Jonathan Greenblatt
Apple CEO Tim Cook predicts that new regulations of tech companies and social networks to protect personal data are “inevitable.” In an interview with news website Axios on HBO television, Cook said he expected the US Congress would take up the matter. “Generally speaking, I am not a big fan of regulation,” Cook said in an excerpt released by Axios. “I'm a big believer in the free market. But we have to admit when the free market is not working. And it hasn't worked here. “
Between early October and mid-November, Tim Cook, the boss of Apple, watched the value of his company plunge by nearly $220 billion. Had that happened to Coca-Cola, the fizzy drinks maker would have been completely wiped out. As it is, Mr Cook remains as chief executive of what is still the world's most valuable public company. Yet the recent shock to the system has raised questions about whether Apple has hit “peak iPhone”, where its next big thing is to be found and whether Mr Cook is the man to find it. According to Steve Blank, a former Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Apple today “feels a lot like Microsoft at the beginning of the Steve Ballmer age. A products company needs new products. The
Google Search engine that was the default platform for iOS users is the best, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said, adding that they put in controls in their Safari web browser to safeguard users' data. In an interview with Axios on HBO on Sunday night, Cook defended Apple's billion-dollar deal with Google that keeps Google Search a default search platform on its devices. "I think their search engine is the best. But two, look at what we've done with the controls. We have private web browsing, we have intelligent tracking prevention. "What we've tried to do is come up with ways to help our users through their course of the day. It's not a perfect thing, but it goes a long way in helping," Cook told the
Last month, Cook called on the U.S. to enhance federal privacy protections, slamming any company that would oppose doing so.
Apple CEO Tim Cook defended his company's relationship with Google, saying it's “not a perfect thing” but that he believes the company has the best search engine. During an interview with Axios that aired on HBO on Sunday, Cook, who has equated the data collection practices of other technology giants to “surveillance,” pointed to Apple's efforts to minimize user tracking while still offering Google's search engine. “We have private web browsing,” Cook said. “We have an intelligent tracker prevention. What we've tried to do is come up with ways to help our users through their course of the day.” Google currently pays Apple to serve as the default search engine for iPhone and iPads. "It's not a