Apple CEO Tim Cook quipped that Google ignores the privacy of its users. Even as the user makes advertising goals. Google boss feels the heat hard to hear it and immediately refuted criticism of Cook.
Eric Schmidt, Google’s former CEO who now occupies the position of chairman, stated that Google does not do things as alleged by Cook. Even Google’s Eric claims service is much more secure than Apple. No one told to him about Google’s policies correctly, it’s a pity.
“At Google, we have always been a leader in security and encryption. Our system is much safer and encrypted than others, including Apple. They are trying to catch up, which is a good thing,” said Eric.
Cook himself wanted to emphasize that Apple user data, such as cloud storage service, handled safely. He asserted that the user data will not be used Apple to sell to advertisers. He also insinuated competitors like Google.
“Internet users are starting to realize that when an online service is free, you are not actually the consumers. You are the product itself,” Cook wrote in an open letter. The letter was intended to allow consumers believe Apple service remains safe despite the scandalous nude photos leaked via iCloud.