Apple boss: Internet snooping ‘won’t catch terrorists’

You don’t want to eliminate everyone’s privacy. If you do, you not only don’t solve the terrorist issue but you also take away something that is a human right. The consequences of doing that are very significant. – Tim Cook, CEO, Apple
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks at the WSJD Live conference in Laguna Beach, California October 27, 2014. The head of technology giant Apple believes privacy is a “basic human right” and no government or private company should be able to access personal information, he said in an interview.
Tim Cook, CEO of the US firm, also said invading people’s privacy would not solve the issue of terrorism and would punish the “99.999% of people who are good”.
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