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Mossberg and Jobs, June 2010 Courtesy of Walt Mossberg

Here’s Steve Jobs on What Privacy Means to Apple—Video

Apple's tough stance on privacy and security didn't originate with Tim Cook. Here's Steve Jobs at AllThingsD8, five years before San Bernardino, telling Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher what privacy means at Apple (aapl).

It's Steve Jobs' birthday Wednesday. He would have been 61. I wonder what he would he have said about the FBI's court order.

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Thanks to Walt Mossberg for asking the question, and for posting the video.

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