Apple said to be working on unhackable iPhone

Stronger encryption might be aimed at heading off the next battle with the US government over gaining access to iPhones.

CNET February 25, 2016

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Apple said to be working on unhackable iPhone

Stronger encryption might be aimed at heading off the next battle with the US government over gaining access to iPhones.

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Tim Cook says unlocking iPhone would be ‘bad for America’

In an interview with ABC News, Apple’s CEO reiterates that helping the FBI unlock an iPhone linked to a terrorist attack would set a dangerous precedent.

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Encryption bill aims to settle the likes of Apple vs. FBI

Members of Congress say they’ll introduce a bill to create a commission to help federal agents catch terrorists who are using encrypted devices, without sacrificing privacy or security.

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Anne Dujmovic
Associate Editor / Portland, Ore.
Associate editor Anne Dujmovic brings you the latest news on hackers, viruses, and other security threats.

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