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Apple argues ‘this is no time to weaken encryption’ in response to Australia’s Access and Assistance Bill

[2018-10-12 19:37:11]

Apple’s stance on privacy is clear. They will do their best to comply with law enforcement, however, it believes creating a backdoor for its operating system is the wrong thing do to. The post Apple argues ‘this is no time to weaken encryption’ in response to Australia’s Access and Assistance Bill appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple argues ‘this is no time to weaken encryption’ in response to Australia’s Access and Assistance Bill


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