Summary of How Apple is SCAMMING your PRIVACY | Business Case Study

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The presenter in this YouTube video argues that Apple is scamming users by collecting excessive taxes and using a surveillance system to monitor user activity. He says that other companies, such as Facebook and Spotify, have filed lawsuits in response. If you want to build anything digital, the presenter says, you should avoid using Apple products.

  • 00:00:00 Apple is using a surveillance system in IOS 15 to monitor user activity, and then publically naming Facebook in a tweet as an example of an app that runs targeted ads. This caused Facebook to lose 600 billion dollars in one year. This has been a problem for Apple for seven and a half years, as Facebook has been a major competitor in the digital advertising market.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses how Apple makes money on the IOS App Store by collecting 30% of every microtransaction from apps. Facebook never ended up paying Apple even a single dollar, because Facebook only ran ads. This has resulted in a war like situation with Facebook advertising the convenience of targeted ads and Apple rooting for your privacy. With the Netflix series "The Social Dilemma," Facebook became the scapegoat that Apple used to play its card of "they're not respecting your privacy." This has ruined Facebook's advertising relationships, which has resulted in the company being destroyed.
  • 00:10:00 In this YouTube video, the presenter argues that Apple is abusing a monopoly by charging excessive taxes on products sold through the app store. Other companies, such as Epic Games, Facebook, and Spotify, have filed lawsuits in response. The presenter says that if you want to build anything digital, you should avoid using Apple products.

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