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Tim Cook cautions against antitrust legislation

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Apple CEO Tim Cook warns of the privacy and security risks of allowing apps to be installed on iPhones from outside of its app store. Cook's comments echo a warning that Apple and Google have issued as policymakers draft legislation that would make the companies let consumers install apps from outside their app stores.
4 months ago·Washington, United States

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CNBC

Apple CEO Tim Cook criticizes antitrust regulation, says some policies would hurt iPhone users

Cook's remarks highlight Apple's strategy to soften the sideloading requirements in pending antitrust regulation by focusing on the risks it presents to users.

4 months ago·United States
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The Washington Post

Apple CEO escalates fight over App Store regulation in rare D.C. speech

Apple CEO Tim Cook went on the offensive against efforts to regulate the App Store in a rare public speech on Tuesday, warning that proposed legislation intended to improve competition could “undermine” the privacy and security protections on the company’s products.

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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The Hill

Tim Cook cautions against antitrust legislation

Apple CEO Tim Cook warned in a speech at a Washington, D.C., conference Tuesday that antitrust legislation aimed at lessening the monopoly power of app stores could harm users. “We are deeply conce…

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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c|net

Apple's Tim Cook Says the Fight to Protect Privacy Is a Crucial One

Apple's CEO also pushes back against charges that its app store controls are anti-competitive.

4 months ago·New York, United States
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MarketWatch

Apple's Cook on privacy: 'a data-industrial complex built on surveillance'

Apple has made privacy a linchpin of its marketing strategy and advocated privacy law while steadfastly warning of the dangers of legislation that goes too...

4 months ago·United States
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Wall Street Journal

Apple’s Tim Cook Warns Proposed Antitrust Laws Will Leave Users With Less Choice for Privacy

Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook on Tuesday warned that proposed antitrust legislation would have the unintended consequence of making iPhones less safe, putting users at risk to “data hungry” companies looking to sidestep its privacy features.

4 months ago·New York, United States
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