Apple Goes to Court, and F.B.I. Presses Congress to Settle iPhone Privacy Fight by KATIE BENNER, ERIC LICHTBLAU and NICK WINGFIELD

By KATIE BENNER, ERIC LICHTBLAU and NICK WINGFIELD In a court filing, Apple said the order had broad implications that would “inflict significant harm — to civil liberties, society and national security.” Published: February 25, 2016 at 06:00PM from NYT Technology http://ift.tt/1TBVp35 via IFTTT

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Google, Facebook Among Those Preparing To Sign Court Filing In Support Of Apple

Google and Facebook are preparing to sign a court brief next week in support of Apple’s fight against the FBI over access to information contained on the iPhone that belonged a shooter in the San Bernardino terrorist attack. The companies are expected to be joined by other tech giants as Silicon Valley coalesces behind Apple. […]

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Apple Reportedly Plans To Make iPhones Less Hackable As The FBI Case Becomes More Complicated

Apple CEO Tim Cook (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images) The New York Times reported that Apple engineers are building new encryption tools for unlocking iPhones and iCloud backups that would make it nearly impossible to hack. The new encryption tools would also prevent law enforcement authorities from exploiting iCloud security vulnerabilities. These from Forbes – Tech […]

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