"Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella seems to agree with Apple's CEO Tim Cook in terms of privacy, calling this a" basic human right, "writes Jonny Evans for Computerworld.

" Despite the lack of a successful smartphone franchise, Microsoft is still very much part of today's industry with a host of services across the mobile ecosystem. It's probably that Nadella is so active participants at the Mobile World Congress 201

9, "writes Evans." Of course, Microsoft and Apple keep clear identities, of course, but the manufacturers of the world's two most distributed operating systems agree on the value and necessity of privacy is refreshing. "

" I imagine that any company that develops solutions that do not prioritize trust on either Apple or Microsoft platforms must now consider itself warned, "writes Evans." Change comes. "

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MacDailyNews Take: "Change comes." Boy, we hope for sure!

US citizens, ask your US Congressman to work on implementing comprehensive federal privacy laws!

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