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Apple CEO Tim Cook: Tech companies have to fight fake news

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Tech companies are finally catching up to their responsibility in spreading fake news — and that includes Apple. 


"You have to give the consumer tools to help with this," Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview with Good Morning Britain posted Friday. "We’ve got to filter out part of it before it ever gets there without losing the great openness of the internet." 


Cook didn't say what Apple would do to combat fake news, a term that is now almost meaningless thanks to its use as a pejorative for anything from misleading, false and partisan articles online that mimic real reporting to stories that don't meet the approval of President Donald Trump. Read more...

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