Apple CEO Tim Cook pushes for privacy legislation



Tim Cook sent a letter to congress saying that lawmakers should advance privacy legislation that's currently being debated as soon as possible.

The bill would give consumers protections and rights dealing with how their data is used online and it will require the companies minimize the amount of data they collect from users.

The senate is poised to debate a separate bill that apple opposes. The legislation focuses on antitrust and would force Apple to allow users to install software from the web, which Apple says would compromise iPhone security.


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The reason why Apple has little to no viruses is because people can't download random files from the internet that would harm their device like they can on a pc. Many people not familiar with tech could download files that would steal their information, hijack their phone, damage it and do all of those things at the same time.