Tim Cook hopes industry ties will help iPhone maker catch up with Spotify
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You might remember Tim Cook expecting tech giants to be subjected to regulation through some sort of privacy bill. Reuters reported that a privacy bill is indeed in the works, and that it might see daylight in early 2019, while AppleInsider noted this might be what Mr. Cook was expecting. Of course, this is the world of politics, so who knows what final shape
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Apple could "surprise" the video streaming sector because of its existing loyal customer base, Discovery chief David Zaslav says.
Earlier this month, Apple CEO Tim Cook told reporters that legislation to protect personal data online was inevitable. And now it appears that the executive was spot on with his prediction. Reuters writes today that there is talk on Capitol Hill about a bill that could be drafted early next year, allowing the U.S. government to obtain civil penalties from companies that misuse consumer data online, or allow such data to be stolen.
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Ever since the European Union enacted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), there have been murmurs of a possible United States version of the privacy rules. Just last month Apple CEO Tim Cook called for similar legislation in the US because he believes personal data is being “weaponized.”
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Cook says they are working together to train workers on "skills needed by the workplace of the future."
Wireless Fund portfolio manager Paul Meeks and Foundation Capital general partner Paul Holland discuss Microsoft overtaking Apple as America's most valuable company.