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Apple CEO Credits Steve Jobs With Fostering Privacy Culture

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Steve Jobs in 2010.
Steve Jobs in 2010.Photographer: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook credited Steve Jobs with making privacy a top priority at the company and said he largely still runs the tech giant in the manner of its late co-founder.

Cook, speaking at a Code Conference panel Wednesday about Jobs’s legacy, said Apple has tried to ensure that privacy doesn’t get lost in a surveillance-driven world.