Apple and Google CEOs Start Important China Company Journey

analysts think that its market share will fall short this year.And previously this week, human rights organisation Amnesty International released a social media campaign encouraging Apple to do more to enhance personal privacy rights in China.It accused the company of making the personal data of its Chinese customers”vulnerable to the approximate analysis of the Chinese government”by forming a partnership with Guizhou-Cloud Big Data.The Chinese tech firm is now handling Apple’s iCloud platform in the country. Amnesty stated this partnership” affects any pictures, documents, contacts, messages and other

user data and content that Chinese users store on Apple’s cloud-based servers.”Nicholas Bequelin, East Asia Director at Amnesty International, said.”Tim Cook is not being upfront with Apple’s Chinese users when firmly insisting that their private data will always be safe and secure. Apple’s pursuit of revenues has actually left Chinese iCloud users facing big new personal privacy threats.”