Four Of The World's Biggest Tech Leaders Weigh In On Data Privacy

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Do You Know Where Your Data Is?

Facebook is still reeling from the discovery that political research firm Cambridge Analytica harvested private information on upwards of 87 million Facebook users, and now, the social media giant is once again under the microscope after it was revealed that Facebook allowed several hardware manufacturers access to personal user data. But Facebook's current woes around data collection and access has kicked off a bigger conversation in the industry around data privacy.

From earning and keeping user trust, to helping consumers understand how their data is being shared – and just how detailed that data is -- four CEOs of the world's biggest tech companies have recently shared their views on data privacy, their responsibility as data custodians, and what information belongs to the user.

Here's what Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft's leaders had to say.

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