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Apple BOSS Reveals Why There?s No Backdoor on iPhones
« on: December 21, 2015, 10:24:29 PM »
Apple is one of the companies that are trying to fight for users? privacy against governments across the world, and in a recent interview on CBS, the company?s CEO Tim Cook has explained why they still refuse to install a backdoor that would allow state agencies to access a protected device.

Earlier this year, the US Department of Justice asked Apple to provide access to iPhone data that could be used as evidence in a criminal case.

The Cupertino-based company, however, refused to aid investigators and bypass the iPhone passcode, saying that the device was encrypted, and not only would cracking the passcode violate privacy, but it was also impossible for the company to break encryption.

CEO Tim Cook has often been accused of not taking the government's side, but in an interview for 60 Minutes, he explains that his company cannot go for such a measure because adding a backdoor that would allow to access data even without a passcode could be used by both good and bad guys.


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