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Tim Cook says Apple supports general digital privacy laws in the U.S.

The Apple CEO laid out guidelines for sweeping privacy regulations.

Yesterday at an international gathering of the Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Brussels, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook took the stage for a keynote address to talk about privacy. Hearing tech CEOs and other executives talk about privacy has been a running theme in 2018—sometimes in front of —but Cook’s speech took a decidedly different approach, addressing the issue directly and more specifically than most. Not only did he explicitly state Apple’s support

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