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Tim Cook says there isn't a trade-off between security and privacy

John Ribeiro | Dec. 22, 2015
The Apple CEO said that the company could not provide encrypted information.

Cook said that the company, which manufactures its products in China, is doing it because of the skills available, rather than the low cost. "I mean, you can take every tool and die maker in the United States and probably put them in a room that we're currently sitting in. In China, you would have to have multiple football fields." He dismissed as "total political crap" the idea that Apple was avoiding paying tax in the U.S. by retaining revenue overseas.

 

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