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Apple Employee Joins ACLU to Fight Government Back Doors

[2018-12-05 14:41:44]

Security expert Jon Callas formerly led a team of hackers to break into Apple products before they were released to test their security. Now he has joined the ACLU to fight against government back doors. Wizner said he expects Callas to help the group resist governments demanding access to company platforms for surveillance of users and to weigh in on issues including fairness and transparency in artificial intelligence. Hopefully Jon can help the ACLU fight things like Australia’s recent anti-encryption bill.

Apple Employee Joins ACLU to Fight Government Back Doors


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