When Apple and FBI general counsel Jim Baker when head-to-head over encryption in the San Bernadino terror case things got a little crazy. But the lawyer now says he's rethought his views on encryption.
Tim Cook has posted a letter in response to a California judge's order to help unlock an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters. Cook said that Apple would not comply with the order, stating that it was an "unprecedented step which threatens the security of our customers."
Apple has issued a statement to the committee behind the UK's proposed investigatory powers bill, expressing concerns over the potential of the bill to harm the company's encryption efforts through the use of back doors.