Apple CEO Tim Cook calls for creation of privacy bill that lets users delete their data 'on demand'
Thursday, 17 January 2019 Apple CEO Tim Cook has doubled down on his calls for consumer data privacy. He called on lawmakers to pass a privacy bill that would let users to see and delete any online data collected on them.
Just in case you weren’t already aware of this, Apple is super duper serious about privacy.
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