Apple CEO Tim Cook makes his case on where Apple stands on user data and privacy
Watch Tim Cook speak about user data and privacy following the problems that Apple has had in recent years.
People are worried about how tech companies are managing their data.
It seems that few tech companies have not been involved in a data breaching scandal.
Apple had its iCloud hacked into and user data, including photos, were stolen
Apple was quick to reassure users that they take data seriously.
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Put the sentences into the correct order as they are mentioned in the video
Apple has a different view to other companies when it comes to privacy
Apple's intention is not to collect user data
There is no way to read encrypted iMessages
Apple's business is selling gadgets and not user data
Cook thinks companies should be more transparent about what they do with user data
Cook denies people had back-door access to Apple servers