Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks to the Toronto Star to press home the importance of Apple’s struggle to protect privacy, says regulation will inevitably be required.
Apple has broken silence once again, exposing yet more data most people don’t know much about concerning how targeted ads and data auctions actually work.
Fresh research claims Android handsets send 20x as much data back to Google as iPhones send to Apple, a statistic that illustrates the huge difference between both firms.
“There’s probably more information about you on your phone than there is in your house,” Tim Cook once said. Here’s 100 things your smartphone knows about you…
Apple has published an essential guide every computer user should read to understand how their personal data is harvested and abused.
Two years since attending a key privacy-focused conference in Europe, Apple’s Tim Cook returned to fight for privacy – and the need to ensure Big Tech doesn’t subvert democracy by disrespecting it.
Complete transcript of Apple SVP Software Engineering, Craig Federighi speech at the European Data Protection and Privacy Conference.
Apple has published detailed notes detailing the privacy-related information it will require developers to share with potential customers
Facebook comes back swinging against Apple’s plan to limit surveillance on iPhones, iPads and Macs with App Tracking Transparency tools….