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‘Great Wall of America’ will make the App Store great again
‘Ludicrous, dangerous, technically illiterate’
Kingdom looking to get out of oil business
‘One way or another, Apple needs to figure out the details’
‘From a legal standpoint, what happened in the San Bernardino case doesn’t mean the fight is over’
Israeli company may have found the solution
Showcasing apps like YakSee, a new take on global connectivity
The proposed Commission will enable real engagement and offer cooler heads a chance to prevail — but only if Congress sanctions it.
The prescription and license plate reader stories should give pause to privacy advocates who are cheering for Apple.
‘It is potentially a gift to authoritarian regimes, as well as to criminal hackers’
The fact that Apple was able to wage a war with patents deemed obvious and, therefore, invalid is amazing.
‘Law enforcement may not commandeer innocent third parties into becoming its undercover agents, its spies, or its hackers’
‘I’m going to tell the world exactly how we do this.’
This isn’t just about one case. It’s about if the government can mandate weakened technological protections for one phone, for any phone
‘I get the threat of cyber terrorism. I get the threat of crime’
‘The San Bernardino litigation isn’t about trying to set a precedent or send any kind of message’
‘Apple has access to the information… They’re just refusing to provide access’
Once encryption paradigm is broken ‘forget about it, nothing will be private, nothing will be sacred’