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House Committee demands transparency from Apple on FaceTime bug

[2019-02-06 22:56:24]

WASHINGTON – Congressional leaders are demanding answers from Apple on its response to a Group FaceTime bug that allowed users to eavesdrop on other people’s phones. Reps. Frank Pallone, chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, and Jan Schakowsky, a subcommittee chair, shot off a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook asking for answers...

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