In an interview with the Toronto Star, Apple CEO Tim Cook talks about the company's privacy efforts, particularly as it begins to roll out its App Tracking Transparency framework. Cook discussed Apple's stance toward privacy and the pushback it has received regarding the framework. "The only reason why you would push back is if you believe you’ll get less data," Cook said. "The only reason you would get less data is because people are consciously deciding not to do it and were not being asked before." Meanwhile, privacy-focused browser Brave explained why it bans Google's Federated Learning of Cohorts proposal. Editor's note: IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball explored the state of advertising technology privacy in the wake of Apple's and Google's changes.
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