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  • Steve Jobs at D8 on Privacy using Flurry Analytics

    Steve Jobs on iAds Restrictions (D8 interview)

    Tags: Steve Jobs, D8, AllThingsDigital, Flurry Analytics, Privacy, Edward Snowden, Surveillance

    1231 days ago

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook on Charlie Rose FULL Interview Part 2 (2014)

    Apple CEO Tim Cook Talks About Privacy, Competition & Beyond the Internet.Watch Part 1 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yISM7...Investary Group -- http://www.investarygroup.comTwitter - http://www.twitter.com/investarygroupFacebook - http://www.facebook.com/investar...

    Tags: Tim Cook, Charlie Rose, Edward Snowden, Privacy

    1550 days ago

  • Tim Cook on Privacy and Apple Pay | Charlie Rose

    Apple CEO Tim Cook talks about consumer privacy, data, and Apple Pay in an exclusive two-part interview. The second part airs September 15, 2014 on CHARLIE ROSE. For more, visit www.charlierose.comAbout Charlie Rose:Emmy award winning journalist Charlie Rose has been praised as "one of America's ...

    Tags: Tim Cook, Charlie Rose, Privacy, Snowden, Apple Pay

    1551 days ago

  • Tim Cook and the NSA

    Tim Cook speaks about NSA and transparency, government backdoors to Apple servers and privacy.

    Tags: Apple Inc., Tim Cook, NSA, Backdoor, Privacy

    1613 days ago

  • Why CISPA Should Make You LOL

    Do hostile power-grabs like CISPA spell the end of internet privacy? Or have they actually just spawned brilliant innovations that give us more online security than ever?Follow me @ABillyRock or on FB:http://www.facebook.com/AmandaBillyRock.LINKS to software: http://themisescircle.org/blog...

    Tags: CISPA, Internet, Privacy, Save the internet, Billy Rock

    2048 days ago

  • Google fined $7 million over 'Street View'

    Google has become a household name around the world. From online searches to YouTube, the web giant has become a part of everyday life. But the company's Street View" technology is now in hot water. Thirty-seven states in the US are accusing Google of improperly obtaining data from unsecured wi...

    Tags: Google, streetview, privacy, fined

    2102 days ago

  • Repeat offender: Google violates your privacy yet again

    The Internet giant Google has access to private information for millions of its users around the world. And although many consumers feel that their information is secure, Google has been caught sharing the data of many of its clients once again. Ryan Radia with the Competitive Enterprise Institut...

    Tags: Google, Privacy, violate, offender

    2117 days ago