Apple CEO Tim Cook turned to a familiar source when it came to offering advice to the class of 2018. "There is a lot more work to be done to find all the apps that may have misused people's Facebook data-and it will take time", Archibong said. Indeed, during a recent visit to Facebook, an official told Barron's the controversy swirling around the Cambridge Analytica privacy flap, as well as the company's role in the 2016 presidential election, has gnawed at employees concerned about the company's image. "So we choose a different path, collecting as little of your data as possible, being thoughtful and respectful when it's our care because we know it belongs to you". "I wouldn't be in this situation", Cook said during a town hall discussion back in March.
Cook also called for increased regulation of social media and questioned whether Facebook should monetize user data on its free platforms by selling targeted ads. When Cook criticized Facebook on data privacy in an interview with MSNBC last month, it prompted an uncharacteristically sharp rebuke from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. And not at all aligned with the truth'.
Cook's comments about privacy may also have been a reference to Google, which is a more direct Apple competitor. We fail to guarantee the every student the right to a good education. Apple made the move after it unsuccessfully fought to be exempt from a controversial new cybersecurity law in the Asian nation, but the decision alarmed privacy advocates.
Cook told graduates the importance of his time with his mentor, Steve Jobs by explaining them a correct line off thought to achieve greatness, according to Cook the restless refusal of accepting the status quo and its standards its Apple's main drive, making the company one of the most particular, biggest and most importantly influential of these days.
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"Fearless, like the students of Parkland, Florida, who refused to be silent about the epidemic of gun violence and have rallied millions to their cause", he said.