Even experts are split over how to handle the mechanics.
Lawmakers have spent a year looking at “what” data platforms collect, but a second question is becoming increasingly central.
Big tech’s is betting big that consumers want cheap or free cool stuff more than privacy.
IoT devices can pick up your voice, interests, habits, TV preferences, meals and all sorts of other sensitive data.
YouTube has already been under scrutiny for its content.
Almost a billion kids will be covered by digital privacy laws by 2021.
Apple has made privacy part of its brand, and it collects less data than many competitors, but it still knows a lot about you.
With Google and Facebook facing mounting heat, Apple has positioned itself as a privacy-respecting alternative.
Tim Cook says the company is “moving privacy protections forward.”