Apple CEO Tim cook said he is optimistic for the future of the UK after the country’s withdrawal from the EU and intends to continue to invest in the business in this strange.
Earlier this week, cook visited the United Kingdom and met with British Prime Minister Theresa may. After the meeting, he gave an interview to Good Morning Britain in which he spoke about the problem with fake news on the Internet. Cook is confident that the industry needed a tool to combat false news.
“We must give consumers the tools to help fight them,” said Tim cook. – We need to weed out at least part of, before they spread all over the Internet. Today it is one of the serious problems. She has no simple solutions.”
This week the world’s largest social network Facebook has launched a project to combat fake news in France in connection with the approaching presidential elections. The company said that it will collaborate with several leading French news organizations to avoid publishing fakes in the social network.
EXCLUSIVE: With fake news hitting the headlines, how does the Apple boss @Tim_Cook think the issue should be dealt with? pic.twitter.com/kqF9scLzYh
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) February 10, 2017
In an interview with Good Morning Britain Apple CEO also said that looks optimistic for the future of the UK after the country’s withdrawal from the EU and intends to continue to invest in the business in this strange. In cook’s opinion, as the implementation of Brexit on the way England will meet obstacles, but in the end “all is well”.
“We very much believe in the UK — we think you’ll be fine,” said cook.