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Tim Cook said Apple's fight with the FBI in 2016 was a 'very rigged case,' and he wishes it went to court (AAPL)

Business Insider Tuesday, 23 April 2019
Tim Cook said Apple's fight with the FBI in 2016 was a 'very rigged case,' and he wishes it went to court (AAPL)· Apple CEO Tim Cook was interviewed by visiting Harvard professor Nancy Gibbs at the TIME 100 event on Tuesday.
· Gibbs asked Cook about privacy — since the last time they saw each other, Apple was in the midst of a privacy battle with the Justice Department over unlocking an iPhone.
· Cook says we've come a long way...
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News video: Apple Donates $0 To Political Candidates

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According to Business Insider, CEO Tim Cook said on Tuesday that Apple is the rare corporation that keeps its pocketbook out of political elections by having no formal political action committee (PAC). Apple's lack of a PAC is verified by Open Secrets, the organization that tracks money in politics.

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