Tag Archives: Apple

Has Apple crossed the line?

When does national security trump privacy and personal security? Are Apple’s concerns for their customers or for their own proprietary marketing trade secrets? Apple has ridden an incredible wave of innovation and success largely doing the opposite of what Steven … Continue reading

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The Quantified Self and Big Data: A Match Made in Corporate?

During Apple’s announcement of the iWatch in March, a sizable amount of stage-time was spent promoting health features. Tim Cook talked about the activity monitoring that is possible through the device’s built-in sensors, and how all of the activity would … Continue reading

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Can Apple, Google and Facebook Etc. Stand Up to the Feds?

Not long ago, Apple revealed the frequency of requests for data it receives from government agencies, and the number was impressive.  In the first six months of 2012 alone, 1,000 to 2,000 pieces of data were requested by various agencies. These … Continue reading

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