Apple chief Tim Cook says he needs these concerned with the lethal assault on the US Capitol final week to be held accountable, even when that features US President Donald Trump.
“Everyone that had a part in it needs to be held accountable,” Cook stated in a CBS This Morning interview posted on-line Tuesday.
“I think no one is above the law. We’re a rule of law country.”
The remarks got here throughout an interview that was organized with Cook at Apple headquarters in Silicon Valley to debate an announcement being made by the corporate on Wednesday.
Cook didn’t particularly point out Trump, however stated that anybody with a job within the rebellion must be held accountable beneath the legislation.
“I don’t think we should let it go,” Cook stated.
“This is something we’ve got to be serious about. I think holding people accountable is important.”
Tech giants Amazon, Apple and Google have all reduce ties with Parler, the social media platform in style with some conservatives.
The three mega-corporations have accused the platform of constant to put up messages inciting violence even after the Jan 6 assault on the US Capitol by supporters of Trump.
Twitter has suspended the president’s primary account for a similar cause.
Trump’s accounts have additionally been suspended by different large social media retailers together with Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitch within the wake of the violence within the Capitol.
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