Tim Cook told Mark Zuckerberg that Facebook should delete all data it collected after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and he was 'stunned' by the suggestion, report says
Tim Cookand Mark Zuckerberghad an unpleasant meeting in 2019, The NYT reported.
- They discussed Facebook's user
privacyafter the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
- Zuckerberg was said to be "stunned" by Cook's proposal to delete any data Facebook had collected.
In 2019, amid a flock of billionaires gathered at the annual Sun Valley retreat in Idaho,
Facebook tracks its users all over the web, even when they're not using a Facebook service. That data is critical to Facebook's advertising sales, which is core to how the social-media giant makes money.Read more: Apple is poised to rewrite its privacy rules for advertisers - here's what's at stake for all the players
Facebook and Apple have sparred publicly for years over privacy issues, going back to at least 2014 when Cook called out the business models of companies such as Google and Facebook in an interview with Charlie Rose. "I think everyone has to ask, how do companies make their money? Follow the money," he said. "And if they're making money mainly by collecting gobs of personal data, I think you have a right to be worried. And you should really understand what's happening to that data."Most recently, Apple appeared to take a direct shot at Facebook with its
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