Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Apple CEO Tim Cook have sparred for years over how tech companies should handle the private data of users, and Cook recently called for privacy regulation to protect consumers. Facebook has argued that because it is a free platform, it should be allowed to collect data about its users—the users are the product. But Apple follows the "Tim Cook doctrine" that champions privacy as a fundamental human right. Who do you trust more with your private data? 📱
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