MacAlert!

Up to the minute Apple and Mac news alerts

DOJ wants Apple, Google to relinquish user data of rifle scope app

[2019-09-06 21:16:41]

As part of an investigation into potential weapons export violations, the U.S. Department of Justice is demanding both Apple and Google furnish user information for a rifle scope monitoring and control app, a move that could impact well over 10 thousand people.

DOJ wants Apple, Google to relinquish user data of rifle scope app


Read more....



RELATED!

LG 34 inch UltraWide Thunderbolt 3 display on sale for $779 ($220 off)

Phone numbers of nearly 420M Facebook users exposed online

Apple sells $7B in debt in first bond offer since $285B cash repatriation [u]

Second developer betas of iOS 13.1, iPadOS 13.1 now available with ninth tvOS 13 beta

Half the states in the US reportedly ready to launch Google antitrust investigation

Western Digital updates My Passport for Mac with up to 5TB of USB-C storage

Exploit resellers report glut of iOS vulnerabilities, will pay more for Android bugs

Today is the last day to scoop up these Apple savings

USB 4 is here, and is essentially Thunderbolt 3

Firefox macOS test build is far better for your battery life

HomeKit-compatible Intellithings RoomMe presence sensor now available

Today only: iPad Pros drop to $399, 12-inch MacBooks hit $759

Apple may have to wait two years for OLED iPhone screens from Japan Display

China believed to have used iPhone exploits to track Uyghur Muslims

Judge rules against forcing suspects to unlock phones with Touch ID or Face ID