It was revealed that one of Apple's executives is going to talk about privacy at the annual consumer electronics trade show “CES” to be held in January 2020. Apple hasn't joined CES for decades.
*According to the CES agenda,Jane Horvath, senior director of global privacy at the company, will be present at the Chief Privacy Officer Roundtable on January 7th. Bloomberg was quick about thisI was reporting.
Apple will not announce new products at this CES, but it is likely to increase its presence. The company advertised near the venue at CES in 2019, stating that “What happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone”. Apple did not immediately respond to requests for comments.
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】 Apple has made some announcements during the last few years during CES, or just after the closing, but it has only officially joined since 1992.
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