During a conference in Brussels, the Apple exec inveighs against the "data-industrial complex." Just don't confuse him with Ralph Nader.
The web was once considered a less commercial medium. Today, consumers are inundated with targeted pop-ups, comments and more.
In an exhaustive new interview, the activist author explores a range of topics including Big Tech, the Trump White House and more.
Congress is taking steps toward determining how companies use consumer data, and indications are that regulation will be light.
Its approach to rules on how companies can use consumers' data—championed by the tech industry—leans toward a light governmental touch.
If only investors knew exactly what they were getting into—and what they aren’t going to get out of it.