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Oct 02, 2014 - 12:17 AM EDT — AAPL: 99.74 (-1.01, -1%) | NASDAQ: 4442.687 (-50.704, -1.13%)

Tag: privacy

  1. 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…

  2. 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…

  3. 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…

  4. Apple knew of iCloud ‘brute-force’ attack issue 6 months before nude celebrity photo leak, security researcher claims

    The theft of the photographs was not the result of ‘any breach in any of Apple’s systems including iCloud or Find my iPhone…

  5. 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…

  6. Apple thinks different about privacy

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

  7. Apple’s iCloud security nightmare gets worse as more nude celebrity pics leak

    If you thought that the hugely successful iPhone 6 launch…

  8. 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…

  9. Android Browser flaw a ‘privacy disaster’ for half of Android users

    More grave implications for Android settlers…

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

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

  11. Apple looks to hire manager to handle China government data requests

    Apple Inc is hiring a head of law enforcement in Beijing to deal with…

  12. 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…

  13. 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…

  14. Apple will no longer unlock most iPhones, iPads for government, police – even with search warrants

    Apple is making it impossible for the company to turn over data…

  15. A message from Tim Cook about Apple’s commitment to your privacy

    At Apple, your trust means everything to us…

  16. Full video: Apple CEO Tim Cook’s interview with Charlie Rose – Part 2

    In part two of his wide-ranging interview with Charlie Rose, Apple CEO Tim Cook…

  17. Connecticut Attorney General Jepsen has ‘concerns’ about Apple Watch privacy

    Attorney General George Jepsen has concerns about how the new Apple Watch…

  18. In challenge to Android, Apple has banned apps from using iPhone 6/Plus’ NFC payment chip

    Instead of opening up the NFC technology to developers, Apple has closed off its NFC and reserved it for Apple Pay

  19. A watch guy’s thoughts on the Apple Watch after seeing it in the metal

    Apple Watch offers so much more functionality than other digitals it’s almost embarrassing…

  20. 5 million Google Gmail usernames and passwords leaked to Russian Bitcoin forum

    Nearly 5 million usernames and passwords appear to have been published…

  21. Why would anybody buy an Apple Watch?

    This is a story about the Apple Watch…

  22. Apple Watch is secure; safe from loss, thieves

    When the Apple Watch is removed from your wrist, the watch…

  23. Since the celebrity nude iCloud hacks, one third of Americans have improved their online security

    Many Americans have taken steps to beef-up their online security in response to the iCloud hacks…

  24. Taking a naked selfie? Your phone should step in to protect you

    What should smartphone makers do about nude selfies?

  25. Tim Cook: Apple will broaden its use of two-factor authentication

    Apple will broaden its use of two-factor authentication…

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