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Friday, 13 April 2018

The war continues: Facebook says that Apple is not as safe as you think



After the Cambridge Analytica scandal that Facebook is going through, both Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook have been throwing hints at each other.

A few weeks ago, Tim Cook mentioned that he had never been a great defender of any service that collects private data from its users . To which he added:

    "We could make a lot of money if the customers were our product. But we have chosen not to do that. "


War between Facebook and Apple over security

When Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked what he would do if he were in the position of Mark Zuckerberg, he simply replied as follows:

    "I would never be in this situation."

Days later, when Mark Zuckerberg sat down in an interview with Ezra Klein, he wanted to respond to the words of Tim Cook:

    "You know, I find that argument as if you're not paying in some way we can not worry about you being extremely simplistic and not at all aligned with the truth."


To which, in addition, he wanted to add:

    "The reality here, is that if you want to build a service that helps connect all the people of the world, then there will be many people who can not afford to pay."

To these controversial statements we can add that a photographer found that in the notes of Mark Zuckerberg during his testimony when he testified yesterday there were some phrases dedicated to Apple's practices related to the privacy of its users . It seems that he was prepared to disqualify the company from the apple bitten by the security breaches , something that finally did not happen.

    Photo of Zuck's notes, by AP's @andyharnik pic.twitter.com/wF0WAkDdI4
    - Stefan Becket (@becket) April 10, 2018

Specifically, we talk about the lines in which it is mentioned that "there are many stories about applications using data from Apple, and Apple has never notified its users".

We will see where all this controversy ends and if finally Apple and Facebook engage in a war related to the security and privacy of its users .

Via | BGR 

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