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Apple ‘at least trying’ to protect user data, Anchorfree CEO says

By Bloomberg
14 January 2019   |   5:30 am
David Gorodyansky, AnchorFree Inc. founder and chief executive officer, discusses online personal data protection and the defection of Facebook Inc. engineers to other tech firms.

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