Tim Cook doesn’t want you to load iPhone apps

Apple CEO Tim Cook has privacy concerns. In a speech at the IAPP Global Privacy Summit on Tuesday, Cook spoke about the importance of privacy, but also issued a warning about pending legislation that could regulate the App Store.

Cook kept his speech vague. He never invoked any specific laws or prosecutions; in fact, he only went into detail when promoting Apple’s privacy efforts. However, if you have paid attention to what the United States and the European Union have done to Big Tech, you will understand its posture.

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