There’s been a battle brewing between Silicon Valley’s most influential companies, Facebook and Apple, in the last few years. So what is the reason for this feud between Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook? The fight is all about YOU. More specifically, the data they collect about you.
The relationship with technology is evolving rapidly as the years go by. Some companies are taking different approaches to deal with privacy and security issues. Apple is a company that is taking a more focused approach as to how they can make their users safer in an ever-growing online world. The results, however, have some companies up in arms, Facebook being one of them. Facebooks approach to your privacy is… well, they don’t really care about your privacy: that’s kind of the whole problem.
For years privacy concerns have become more demanded. As a result, companies that skirt around their responsibilities are being targeted more and more by governments worldwide. But beyond governments, companies like Apple are taking a stand of their own. The results could be dangerous and have long-lasting effects as we walk into a new decade. A future where we see the markets shrink and the control of a few grow even more so than it already has in the last 20 years.
In this video, we’ll explore how the release of the iPhone 13 and why Apple’s move might be a significant threat to Facebook’s very existence.