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U.S. Congressional Committee Wants Answers on FaceTime Eavesdropping Flaw

[2019-02-06 16:24:13]

The recently discovered privacy bug in Group FaceTime has caused quite a stir, resulting in at least one lawsuit and an investigation by New York State Officials. So it’s no surprise that U.S. lawmakers are also now demanding an explanation from Apple, quesitoning the extent of the flaw, why it took so long to come ......

U.S. Congressional Committee Wants Answers on FaceTime Eavesdropping Flaw


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