Former US EPA Administrator. Apple VP. Tweets are my own. she/her
Joined on 15 February, 2013
After the senseless killing of George Floyd, @Tim_Cook told his employees that @Apple can and should do more to help combat racial inequality.
Today, the tech giant stepped up to the plate in a big way. He told @GayleKing how a $100M will be spent to make good on his promise.
It's time for action to remove racial inequities in education. We know that the talent is already there. We know these students are trying to do what every student does: propel themselves to a better future.
Businesses have a responsibility to tackle systemic racism head on now more than ever. Proud to share the next phase in Apple’s Racial Equity & Justice Initiative w/major investments in HBCUs & partnerships to provide funding to Black & Brown led companies
The same House chamber doors where the armed standoff took place hours ago is being cleaned for members to return for the joint session:
The image of the black Capitol workers cleaning up behind white supremacist thugs who attempted a coup just a couple of ours ago is almost more than heart can take.
We believe users should have the choice over the data that is being collected about them and how it’s used. Facebook can continue to track users across apps and websites as before, App Tracking Transparency in iOS 14 will just require that they ask for your permission first.
The king of privacy theft, @Facebook, is running ads attacking @Apple, the leader in privacy protection. All because Apple is shifting to an opt-in system from an opt-out system for users to allow data sharing with advertisers. FB must fear folks won’t opt in. I wonder why.
Apps shouldn’t be able to track you without your knowledge and consent. It’s unsurprising that Facebook, a serial privacy abuser, is unhappy about Apple taking commonsense steps to protect consumer data.
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