Tim Cook will speak on Fox News Sunday

Apple CEO Tim Cook will be a guest of Chris Wallace on Fox News. The broadcast has already been recorded and will air on Sunday evening.

During the’interview, Tim Cook will talk about Apple’s decision to remove Parler from the App Store, as well as the general idea that has recently been fueled by the “great technology that limits free speech“.

In clips shared by Fox News ahead of the full interview that airs Sunday, Cook and Wallace argued the balance between free speech and questionable content. Cook confirmed his previous statements that if Parler implements a moderation policy, the app will be re-authorized in the App Store:

We looked at the incitement to violence that was there and we don’t think that freedom of speech and incitement to violence have anything in common. They will be able to return to the App Store if they apply enough moderation tools.

Cook also stated that great technology “it is not monolithic“Because there are more companies in the sector:

Great technology is not monolithic. You know, there are several companies. They do different things. We always try to do the right thing and we do not limit anyone’s freedom. We have an app store that contains around 2 million apps. And we have terms of service for these apps. Of course we don’t check what’s on the internet, but we never said our platform should be a mere replica of the internet. We have rules and regulations and we just ask that people respect them.

The full interview will be broadcast on Sunday evening.


Source: iPhone Italia by www.iphoneitalia.com.

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