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Apple plans to support the privacy rules of the Senate

Apple plans to support the Senate's privacy legislation during a hearing this week. Axios reports that it has obtained a prepared testimony from an Apple director.

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Senate privacy regulations

In a session of the Senate on September 26, called "Research into consumer data privacy guarantees & # 39 ;," Bud Tribble, the VP of Apple's software technology and leader of privacy technology, represents the company. Apple is supporting new federal privacy regulations on the table.

Mr. Tribble is expected to make statements such as:

We want your device to know everything about you; we do not feel like we are …

And

These concepts have guided our design process for years, because privacy is a core value at Apple, no obligation or an aftermarket add-on.

Earlier this year, Tim Cook called for "well-made regulations" and it sounds like this is the beginning. Other companies that will have representatives who testify are Google, Twitter, Amazon, AT; T and Charter Communications.

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