To save you some time, the answer is yes, but with caveats. Natalia Nowak:
The internet itself has become a perfect storm of sorts, a tsunami wave which has washed ashore and affected every human connected to the WWW, and it impacts many others. Misinformation abounds. Nothing can be trusted. Many thoughtful and intelligent people are able to traverse the interwebs but struggle to explain facts and truths to growing masses of humanity who don’t care to understand the differences between the sources.
Who can be trusted to save us from the internet?
Apple’s trusted ecosystem of applications– via the App Stores– stands in sharp contrast to Google’s Play Store or whatever other app stores exist. Apple’s business model stands in contrast to Google, Facebook, even Amazon– all of which work diligently to strip users and customers from their own personal and private information, only to reused that information to influence those very same users and customers to be manipulated and influenced.
The answer, and it’s a good argument, is obvious. Yes.