There are certain issues that concern, and certain issues that don't.
"We lost our security a long time ago. We've lost our privacy and it's been abused," he said.
Wozniak didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. His remarks come amid concerns over data misuse like the Cambridge Analytica scandal and when tech companies are making efforts to and .
On the flip side, you won't find Woz fretting about the artificial intelligence revolution.
"We aren't even close to thinking about that sort of thing," he said, noting that he worried until he started thinking about how far software and hardware would have to evolve first.
"I can't see it for hundreds of years," he said.
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