Friday, 22 June 2018

Apple refuses court order to create iPhone backdoor

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 17 February 16

CEO Tim Cook says compliance would set a dangerous precedent that risks the privacy and security of customers.

Apple this week refused an order from a U.S. judge to help the FBI access the contents of an iPhone, saying that it sets a dangerous precedent that could jeopardise the privacy and security of its customers. The iPhone in question was recovered after December's terror attack in San Bernardino…

Apple this week refused an order from a U.S. judge to help the FBI access the contents of an iPhone, saying that it sets a dangerous precedent that could jeopardise the privacy and security of its customers. The iPhone in question was recovered after December's terror attack in San Bernardino…

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