Tim Cook says Silicon Valley has created too much chaos

“In a world without digital privacy, even if you have done nothing wrong other than think differently, you begin to censor yourself. Not entirely at first. Just a little, bit by bit. To risk less, to hope less, to imagine less, to dare less, to create less, to try less, to talk less, to think less,” Cook told the graduating class. One of the most beloved Stanford commencement addresses was given by Steve Jobs in 2005. In that address, Jobs urged the graduating class to follow their dreams. The address Jobs’s successor, current Apple CEO Tim Cook, gave to Stanford’s 2019 graduating class over the weekend was much more dire in parts. While Cook did talk about Steve Jobs and the difference between being prepared and being ready, a significant part of his speech concerned the universal threat we all face right now: the lack of digital privacy.Read Full Story

Tim Cook says Silicon Valley has created too much chaos

Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a speech to Stanford graduates this weekend. In addition to the usual motivational stuff, he attacked other big tech companies in a not-so-subtle way. He painted a stark ...

Mon 17 Jun 19 from TechCrunch

Apple's Tim Cook throws shade at Silicon Valley in Stanford speech - CNET

He calls the companies "chaos factories."

Mon 17 Jun 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

Apple CEO Tim Cook took shots at other tech companies in his Stanford commencement speech

In the commencement speech given at Stanford University, Cook said digital surveillance would have “stopped Silicon Valley before it got started.”       

Sun 16 Jun 19 from USA today

Apple Man Has Words For Non-Apple Men and Women

Apple and CEO Tim Cook have always branded the company as fundamentally different than its competitors on privacy. iOS devices collect and use less data on their users than companies like Google ...

Sun 16 Jun 19 from Gizmodo

Watch Tim Cook warn Stanford graduates of the “chilling effect of digital surveillance”

“In a world without digital privacy, even if you have done nothing wrong other than think differently, you begin to censor yourself. Not entirely at first. Just a little, bit by bit. ...

Mon 17 Jun 19 from Fastcompany Tech

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