Tim Cook on Privacy and Apple Pay [Video]

Tim Cook on Privacy and Apple Pay [Video]

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Tim Cook addressed privacy issues and Apple Pay in the second part of his interview with Charlie Rose tonight. Notably, PayPal just took out a huge ad in the New York Times questioning whether your payment data is secure with Apple.

Take a look at the video below and please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS to find out when the entire interview has been posted.

If you haven't seen the full length first half of the interview, you can find it here.

Marc - September 16, 2014 at 3:59pm
Nothing's foolproof, credit cards are not, PayPal is not, cash can be stolen too, so why not. As long as it's by choice and does not infringe on people's human rights and privacy. This technology will make it easy to enforce the mark of the beast, which can limit some people from buying or selling.
joeblow - September 16, 2014 at 3:49pm
Blah blah blah, you want security? Don't buy a smart phone and pay cash. Read the EULA that you so quickly press OK and I ACCEPT so you can start using your new toy.
Nat - September 16, 2014 at 11:01pm
Barf barf barf. Want to get the most out of security with payments. Get smart and get a phone. It will free up space you normally use for wallets and keeping it safe couldn't be any better. Besides even if it's lost, can't be accessed without pin or the fingerprint (which is stronger so may not be hacked) so what chance do theives have?
Random1Mi - September 16, 2014 at 3:35pm
All Bullsh!t. They have the capability to add anything they want into your phone, through a cloud. Even if you not registered to the cloud. Apple has the ability to add child pornography to your photo album without you knowing, or any crime and frame you.
Age - September 16, 2014 at 1:47pm
I barely have any money on my cards anyway so I'll use it. If they hack my info then they'll be mad. I have no money and bad credit lmaoooo
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