Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr. thinks Apple has an iPhone backdoor because they can send him messages and upgrade iOS.
U.S. Senators have threatened both Apple and Facebook with the prospect of regulations over data if they do not make encrypted data accessible to law enforcement.
Even Senate members need to chat, but privacy is a must. Signal messaging app wins approval for use by staffers.
Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: Keep the Back Door Shut
Apple has revealed that the Apple ID password for the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone was changed after it was in government custody, making accessing its contents much more difficult.
A federal judge has ordered Apple to provide the government with "reasonable technical assistance" in securing data from an iPhone 5c belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters.
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