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He addressed the high-tech giant’s public battle with the FBI over Syed Farook’s iPhone. SUBSCRIBE to ABC NEWS: https://www.youtube.com/ABCNews/ …

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  1. dont !!!!!!!! apple must not give in people need to also understand what apple is most proud of is there security . you also have to see there point of view!

  2. That's a very modest office.

    Considering Apple is the world's most valuable company and Tim Cook is the boss, the fact he has a small office like everyone else speaks volumes. I think he may be the coolest, most down-to-earth person in the world.

  3. Summary of this interview in case you don't want to waste 30 mins. The interviewer asks him a question and then he says, "We can't create a precedent for the government to know what's on all of our phones." This happens again and again for the remaining 28 minutes.

  4. I am proud of Apple for standing up to this ignorant badgering. This country was founded on the autonomous rights of its citizens. We only give up these rights if we give in to tyranny by remaining silent while being stripped of them.

  5. I can't wait until they open a back door, hackers find it and we all go to war because of terrorism! Haha it's so crazy how we have 7 billion people on earth and 1 crazy guy with an encrypted iPhone kills 14 people and now we all lose our freedoms and privacy. It's fucking absurd people fall for this.

  6. when did roles become reversed , Where big corporations are protecting over privacy and big goverments are triyng to intrude in to over privacy …isnt supposed to oppiste.. sorry for my english

  7. This interviewer was absolutely ridiculous, not even the least bit knowledgeable. Tim was repeatedly forced to regurgitate the same information over and over; Sit tight, I'll put it into layman's terms for you. –> Tim refuses to have Apples engineers create a 'master key' to unlock the iPhone due to invasion of privacy of EVERY Apple product user. You can't just create a master key for ONE iPhone; It affects ALL iPhone, iCloud, and Mac users (1,000,000,000 active devices and counting!) . That kind of power is not only a threat to Apples users privacy, but ALL devices that use this sort of encryption etc. Imagine all of your valuable data given to possibly malicious people, hence using the terms "cancer of technology". This would give unknown people access to where your children sleep (GPS), pictures of your family, credit card information, and private documents etc. Tim's point: Apple is protecting everyones civil liberties. Hope this helped.

  8. Apple gave to me an unsolicited iCloud E-mail account. I have not use it at all, but everyday I get Junk Mail which is a scam “FedEx trouble delivering your Package”

    What Privacy or Security HYPOCRITE Tim Cook is talking about?

    I wonder how the scammers knew about the e-mail account before I did?

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