Monday , May 16 2022

Apple CEO says the water data protection regulation is "inevitable"


Tim Cook, managing director of Apple, was described as an "inevitable" arrangement to protect users' data in the high-tech and social networks industry in an interview Sunday.

Talking to the Axios information site to be published on HBO, Cook said that Congress will adopt legislation on the issue.

"I think it's inevitable that there's a certain level of regulation… I think Congress and the administration will do something someday," said Cook.

U I'm not a big supporter of the overall arrangement ın, but in terms of data protection “we have to admit that the free market doesn't work,“ he said.

"I absolutely believe in the free market. But we should realize that this doesn't work," he said in October.

Previously, Apple's leader was in favor of self-regulation, particularly regarding the privacy of users. But after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Cook said: "I think the best regulation is the lack of regulation, that is, self-regulation, but I think we have exceeded this stage."

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