Apple has reported better earnings than expected for its fiscal fourth quarter, but the company's shares fell 7% on Thursday after chief executive Tim Cook warned that the next quarter, that covers the holiday season, could see less sales than predicted.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has been in what I call "Moses-on-the-Mount" mode overnight, calling out what he terms the "data industrial complex" — read Google and Facebook — for its surveillance and using user data for monetary gain.
Apple backs the passage of a federal privacy law in the United States which should be based on four essential rights, the company's chief executive, Tim Cook, has told a privacy conference in Brussels.
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