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  1. Trump administration lifts laptop ban on planes from certain Middle Eastern airports

    The laptop ban is over…

  2. Apple meeting with Australian government to discuss proposed encryption ‘back doors’

    Attorney-General George Brandis will meet with global tech-giant Apple this week…

  3. Politics may upstage Apple’s Big WWDC announcements

    Apple will hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, where management typically unveils…

  4. Trump administration’s U.S. ban on laptops and tablets on flights from Europe ‘off the table,’ for now

    Talks on a proposed U.S. ban on laptops and tablets in flights from Europe ended Wednesday with no ban…

  5. Trump administration considers expanding laptop ban in Europe; would cost airline passengers $1.1 billion

    There’s a lot on the line as the Trump administration considers expanding its laptop ban to include flights from Europe…

  6. Trump admin considers widening electronics carry-on ban to European airports; nothing larger than iPhone permitted in cabin

    The U.S. is considering expanding a ban on most carry-on electronic devices larger than…

  7. After U.S. gov’t refuses to declassify sum paid for FBI’s San Bernardino iPhone hack, Senator Dianne Feinstein inadvertently reveals it

    Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate committee that oversees the FBI, said publicly this week that the government paid $900,000 to break into the locked iPhone…

  8. US-UK electronic devices ban on planes came after plot to make iPad bomb uncovered

    The US-UK ban on selected electronic devices from the passenger cabins of flights…

  9. Trump administration bans iPads, laptops and other devices in cabin on flights from certain Middle Eastern airports; Britain follows suit

    The Trump administration on Tuesday imposed restrictions on carry-on electronic devices on planes…

  10. FBI’s James Comey: ‘There is no such thing as absolute privacy in America’

    All of us have a reasonable expectation of privacy in our homes, in our cars, and in our devices. But…

  11. News organizations ask judge to force FBI to reveal how much it paid to unlock San Bernadino Islamic terrorist’s iPhone

    Last year, the battle between Apple and the FBI dominated headlines…

  12. Apple CEO Cook is ‘very optimistic’ about post-Brexit UK

    Technology giant Apple is “very optimistic” about the UK’s future post-Brexit…

  13. Apple CEO Cook optimistic about Britain’s future outside the European Union

    Apple CEO Tim Cook says the technology giant is committed to Britain’s future outside the European Union…

  14. UK PM Theresa May and Tim Cook discuss Apple’s UK presence amid Brexit

    Continuing on his lengthy European tour today, Apple CEO Tim Cook has now stopped in London…

  15. Proving Apple’s assertion that there are no good backdoors, hacker dumps iOS cracking tools allegedly stolen from Cellebrite

    The hacker responsible has publicly released a cache of files allegedly stolen from Cellebrite…

  16. A hacker just proved that Apple was right to worry about creating a backdoor to the iPhone

    Last year, when the F.B.I procured a court order forcing Apple to unlock an iPhone belonging…

  17. What Apple got right but Amazon is getting wrong

    Law and technology frequently operate at cross purposes….

  18. Apple Watches banned from UK Cabinet over Russian hacking fears

    Ministers have been barred from wearing Apple Watches during Cabinet meetings amid concerns…

  19. FBI wants to get into locked Apple iPhone of Minnesota Islamic terrorist Dahir Adan

    When the FBI asked a court to force Apple to help crack the encrypted iPhone 5c of San Bernardino shooter…

  20. British PM Theresa May launches thinly veiled attacks on Apple and Facebook

    Theresa May launched a thinly veiled attack on Apple and Facebook…

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