Dopo l’intervento di Ursula proposto la settimana scorsa , oggi linko qua sotto il discorso di Tim Cook sulla privacy fatto il 28 Gennaio scorso sulla Privacy presso la Computers, Privacy & Data conference. L’intervento del CEO della Apple non e’ una sopresa visto che l’azienda da anni si fa capostipite della difesa privacy. non solo come

“At a moment of rampant disinformation and conspiracy theories juiced by algorithms, we can no longer turn a blind eye to a theory of technology that says all engagement is good engagement — the longer the better — and all with the goal of collecting as much data as possible. It is long past time to stop pretending that this approach doesn’t come with a cost — of polarization, of lost trust and, yes, of violence.”

We’ve made progress together, and we must make more. Because the time is always right to be bold and brave in service of a world where, as Giovanni Buttarelli put it, technology serves people, and not the other way around.

E non e’ la prima volta che Tim Cook cita Giovanni Butarelli , leader europeo in materia di data protection scomparso pochi anni fa. A testimoniare la profonda connession di Cupertino con le direttive comunitarie in materia, in primis il GDPR.