Congress presses Apple, Alphabet on privacy issues

Congress is getting public about its concerns over privacy. On Monday, the House Committee on Energy and Commerce released letters sent to Apple CEO Tim Cook and Alphabet CEO Larry Page inquiring how the companies protect the privacy of the users. Many of the questions for the executives were about mobile products, such as Apple’s iPhone and the Android operating system made by Alphabet subsidiary Google.

Link: Congress presses Apple, Alphabet on privacy issues
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