Apple CEO Tim Cook denies access to Facebook user data – CNET

“We’ve never been in the data business,” Cook told NPR , responding to a New York Times report Sunday that Facebook had agreements to provide access to large amounts of user data to at least 60 different device makers — including companies like Apple, Microsoft, Samsung and “The things mentioned in the Times article about relationship statuses and all these kinds of stuff, this is so foreign to us, and not data that we have ever received at all or requested — zero,” Cook told NPR. “What we did was we integrated the ability to share in the operating system, make it simple to share a photo and that sort of thing,” Cook added.

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Four former Spartans on 2019 ballot for College Football Hall of Fame

Michigan State’s Lorenzo White breaks loose for a first down against the University of Southern California Trojans during the first half in the 74th Rose Bowl Game in Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 1, 1988. All-American running back at Michigan State.

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How famous men toppled by #MeToo plot their comeback

Charlie Rose, Mario Batali and others celebrities are planning to rehabilitate their reputations after a range of accusations

America’s entertainment industry has been left reeling from the #MeToo movement. But that hasn’t stopped many of the high-profile men it has toppled from planning their comebacks.

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Bill Clinton escaping the #MeToo standards and cashing in

For some reason, despite the disgrace and career defenestration visited on other liberal icons like Charlie Rose and Harvey Weinstein, Bill Clinton is still able to cash in in a big way, and enjoy the company and implicit endorsement of major media companies and personalities. Yesterday, Jennifer Wright put into context the weird immunity granted to him, in the New York Post : It’s 2018.

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New Christiane Amanpour show will be permanent replacement for ‘Charlie Rose’ on PBS

A new public affairs program anchored by CNN chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour is taking over the PBS late-night slot formerly occupied by “Charlie Rose.” PBS announced Tuesday that the new program, called “Amanpour & Company,” will …

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Montana woman among those alleging sexual harassment by Charlie Rose

A Montana woman is among 27 people now saying they were sexually harassed by former newsman Charlie Rose, as detailed in a lengthy investigation by The Washington Post published last Friday. Corrina Collins, who now lives in Helena, was a 20-year-old …

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