Danny Yadron and Damian Paletta report:
For a moment here Friday, it was the chief executive of Apple Inc. vs. the president of the United States.
Speaking just before Barack Obama at a conference on computer security, the iPhone maker’s Tim Cook gave perhaps one of the most impassioned defenses of digital privacy from a corporate executive—in this case the CEO of the world’s most valuable company.
It was a pointed welcome for Mr. Obama, and a reminder that technology giants remain distrustful of government efforts to collect their users’ data.
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