Google's Eric Schmidt: Tim Cook is Wrong, Google is More Secure Than Apple [Video]

Google's Eric Schmidt: Tim Cook is Wrong, Google is More Secure Than Apple [Video]

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Google Chairman Eric Schmidt says that Apple CEO Tim Cook's recent statements on privacy at Google are wrong and that Google's systems are far more secure than Apple's in an interview with CNN Money.

Google's Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg tell Christine Romans why Google is the safest place on the web, and why they hired Sheryl Sandberg without having a job for her.

In regards to Cook's comments, Schmidt said, "Someone didn't brief him correctly on Google's policies. It's unfortunate for him. In the first place, in Google's case, we have always been the leader in security and encryption. Our systems are far more secure and encrypted than anyone including Apple. They're catching up, which is great. Aside from the fact that we show ads in Gmail which we've done for a decade and we use that information for nothing, all the things he implied we're doing, we don't do."

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odedo1 - October 10, 2014 at 5:46am
Hey Google is great we all use it every day but talking about security, nothing beats Apple, try hacking an iPhone or an Android, No wonder Androids got so many viruses and Apple devices got none!!!
ROFL for Apple - October 6, 2014 at 9:03am
Apple is more secured thanks to them we have all the pictures of celebrity. They love their customer so much and sharing those private pics are for share to. Hahahahahahaha! Tim cook your security is unhackable. Lol!
P Jain - October 6, 2014 at 6:24am
That's the reason why Google indonesia was Hacked.Google is full of shit....Ever seen Apple being hacked.Google is full of jokers
appleasdf - October 6, 2014 at 10:04pm
yea apple voluntarily shared those celebrity pics with the country! they didn't get hacked. all hail apple!
veryfastcow - October 6, 2014 at 3:47am
so that data that google supplies businesses with for those paid ads is worthless? "they use that information for nothing"? it means nothing? then why would I pay to have ads in gmail if they didn't supply me with click stats and traffic? he's so fired for a lame statement like that.
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