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The giants of the tech industry, including Apple, will meet to talk about online privacy

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Published on Jun 25, 2018

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The members of the Information Technology Industry Council will meet June 27 in San Francisco to discuss ways to “counter the growing issue of online privacy“. The news comes from Axios, and between the members of the ITI are Apple, Facebook, IBM, Microsoft, Intel, Qualcomm, Samsung, Dropbox, and other giant tech.

The ITI organized a meeting that will focus on the topic of online privacy in the context of the General Data Protection Regulation in Europe and the recent scandal that saw the involvement of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.

The CEO of ITI's Dean Garfield has confirmed that the companies are concerned by the current urgency regarding privacy. But the meeting, according to Garfield, it is not a “direct consequence” of the recent discussions with the administration to Trump about the possibility of taking as an example the new european regulations.

The fact that Europe has opted for a comprehensive approach, it does not mean that our different approach is inadequate. And that Europe came first, does not mean that it is the best choice or definitive. But we should always think about how to evolve, to make sure that our customers trust of our products.

Last week, Gail Slater, director of Trump, he discussed just with Garfield to a possible US version of the GDPR, stating that the White House has no intention of creating a “clone USA” of the european regulation.

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