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Dec 22, 2014 - 10:32 AM EST — AAPL: 112.59 (+0.81, +0.72%) | NASDAQ: 4778.404 (+13.024, +0.27%)

Tag: Fourth Amendment

  1. Why Apple, Fox News, and Microsoft are suddenly working together

    It’s not every day you see Microsoft and Apple or Fox News and NPR going to bat…

  2. Apple supports Microsoft in U.S. data-privacy dispute

    Some of the world’s largest technology companies, including Apple Inc…

  3. Operation AURORAGOLD: How the NSA hacks cellphone networks worldwide

    According to documents contained in the archive of material provided…

  4. U.S. feds want Apple’s help to defeat encrypted phones, invoke 18th-century All Writs Act

    Newly discovered court documents from two federal criminal cases in New York and California…

  5. U.S. DOJ turns to 225-year-old law to force Apple, Google to unlock password-protected devices

    Prosecutors last month persuaded a federal magistrate to order…

  6. DOJ warns Apple: iPhone encryption will lead to a child dying

    The No. 2 official at the Justice Department recently warned top Apple executives…

  7. U.S. Senate blocks legislation on curbing NSA’s bulk data collection program

    The Senate blocked legislation that would have limited the National Security Agency…

  8. Ex-NSA lawyer says encryption could ‘BlackBerry’ Apple and Google

    The battle over encryption of consumer internet users’ data…

  9. U.S. NSA director makes another visit to Silicon Valley

    Adm. Michael S. Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, said on Monday…

  10. After gaining U.S. government approval, Samsung Knox security for Android found to be ‘completely compromised’

    A software researcher published findings showing that Samsung’s Knox app…

  11. U.S. Government approves Samsung Galaxy devices for classified use

    Samsung Electronics announced its solutions have been approved by the United States government…

  12. Edward Snowden’s privacy tips: ‘Get rid of Dropbox,” avoid Facebook and Google

    According to Edward Snowden, people who care about their privacy should stay away from Google, Facebook, and Dropbox…

  13. Apple’s iPhone encryption is a godsend, even if government snoops and cops hate it

    It took the upheaval of the Edward Snowden revelations to make clear to everyone…

  14. Short-timer U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder blasts Apple for protecting users’ privacy against government overreach

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder urged Apple to preserve law-enforcement access to smartphones…

  15. Signaling post-Snowden era, Apple’s iPhone, iPad lock out N.S.A.

    This distinguishes Apple from companies that make a profit from collecting and selling users’ personal data to advertisers…

  16. What if Osama bin Laden had an iPhone?

    Apple’s decision to release a mobile operating system that is so thoroughly encrypted that the company cannot unlock its devices for authorities…

  17. FBI blasts Apple for protective users’ privacy by locking government, police out of iPhones and iPads

    FBI Director James B. Comey sharply criticized Apple on Thursday…

  18. Apple thinks different about privacy

    Your data is your data,not something to be monetized…

  19. Apple adds DuckDuckGo option to iOS 8 Safari, ‘a search engine that doesn’t track users’

    In iOS 8, users who value their privacy can choose to make the DuckDuckGo search engine the default…

  20. Apple may have quietly signaled that it’s received a secret Patriot Act order

    Under the Patriot Act, the US government can demand information…

  21. Apple slams Google in Safari 7.1 release notes: ‘Adds DuckDuckGo, a search engine that doesn’t track users’

    Apple today released Safari 7.1…

  22. Apple CEO Tim Cook ups privacy to new level, takes direct swipe at Google

    Unlike our competitors, Apple cannot bypass your passcode and therefore cannot access your personal data…

  23. Mysterious phony cell towers are intercepting phones across the U.S.

    Interceptor use in the U.S. is much higher than people think…

  24. Would you trade privacy for national security? Most Americans wouldn’t

    Only one in four Americans are willing to trade their privacy for lower prices, the survey found…

  25. U.S. Supreme Court unanimously bans warrantless cell phone searches

    In a blow to the Obama administration, which petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to allow warrantless cell phone searches..

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