7 posts tagged privacy
Privacy matter goes well beyond the browser for Apple.
Steve Jobs had his “Thoughts on Flash” and “Thoughts on Music”. I guess Tim Cook has some thoughts on privacy. I love how Apple targets Google.
Apple’s advantage: security.
I’m in shocked. Really? I hope that Apple keep my requests to Siri so it can improve it of valid statistical samplings.
Really cool interactive design from Facebook. Wow. But I just don’t trust Facebook on privacy.
Interesting point of view from Gruber about Google and Apple on the Maps story. So Apple didn’t want to help Google collect user information while using Maps. We can see now that Google’s Maps for iOS 6 clearly want you to sign in with your Google account to sync your search and the like. Yeah, right.
But now that iOS provides a system wide sign in to Twitter and Facebook, can we pretend that Apple doesn’t help them to collect information about us in order to better target ads? I doubt it. The difference between this and Google isn’t very big.
And so it… continues. Google announced nearly two dozen new features for Google+ just before the holiday shutdown and didn’t breathe a word about iOS, though Matt added a mention at the bottom after I noted it on Twitter. This is not an accusation of Matt or TNW, but an observation of Google’s…
This is why I hate Google. They are as devil as they think Apple is.