Can the privacy war between tech giants force change on industry? | Inside Story

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Two of the world's biggest tech giants - Apple and Facebook - appear to be going to war, over just how much data tech companies should take and how much say users should have.
Apple's new update will mean whenever users open an app, they'll be asked whether they want their data to be tracked.
Facebook's not happy about it, so it's rolling out the same kind of privacy options... but spun in a very different way.
Apple says Facebook doesn't need so much data.
The social media says apple's updates hurts small businesses.

Presenter: Kim Vinnell

Guests:
In Rebecca MacKinnon, Director of Ranking Digital Rights.

Michael Veale, Lecturer in Digital Rights and Regulation at Faculty of Laws at University College London.

Eric Null, United States Policy Manager at Access Now - a group that defends digital rights.

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