Apple CEO Tim Cook this morning participated in a virtual interview at the VivaTech conference, which is described as Europe's biggest startup and tech event.
Cook was interviewed by Guillaume Lacroix, CEO and founder of Brut, a media company that creates short-form video content.
Privacy goes to the heart of just one of the key values of Apple.
Talk of privacy values led to a discussion of "GAFA," an acronym used in France that lumps Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon together.
Cook spoke about current regulatory changes that are being discussed in Europe, and would force sideloading on the iPhone.
Current Digital Services Act language that is being discussed would force sideloading on the iPhone.
At the end of the discussion, Cook was asked about the Apple Car, and he of course declined to comment. »