Good question. The answer is based on the reverse of the question, “Who is spying on you?” The answer? Everybody.
The question ‘Who is not spying on you?‘ is a good one because if we start to look around just for a few moments we see that we’re being tracked, viewed, and, well, for lack of a better term, spied upon by entities we may not have suspected yesterday. News reports tell us our televisions have been tracking us– Visio, Samsung, and LG are among the most notable culprits.
Is there anyone who can help overcome all this spying?
Why doesn’t Apple rise to the occasion here and become the champion of personal security and privacy? Money. That’s why there is no champion to help curtail, manage, or even delete such obviously immoral tracking, spying, surveillance. Money talks. Money makes the world go round. Money buys politicians. Money controls the government. Money is used to track us to the point where we don’t even know it’s happening.
Apple won’t help.