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Tag: U.S. Senate

  1. NY Times Op-Ed calls for Apple to decrypt iPhones for law enforcement

    Last September, Apple and Google, whose operating systems…

  2. Edward Snowden explains why Apple should continue to fight the government on encryption

    As the Obama administration campaign to stop Apple…

  3. Obama administration war against Apple just got uglier

    The Obama administration’s central strategy against Apple…

  4. Apple’s iOS encryption has ‘petrified’ the U.S. administration, governments around the world

    Stronger encryption in Apple’s iPhones has ‘petrified’ the U.S. government because…

  5. The CIA campaign to steal Apple’s secrets

    Researchers working with the Central Intelligence Agency have conducted a multi-year, sustained effort…

  6. Apple CEO Cook: Unlike some other companies, Apple won’t invade your right to privacy

    Apple’s Tim Cook has been on tour…

  7. Apple CEO Tim Cook advocates privacy, says terrorists should be ‘eliminated’

    None of us should accept that the government or a company or anybody should have access to all of our private information…

  8. New Snowden documents show how the Britain’s GCHQ tracked iPhone users

    Previous leaks have revealed specific NSA exploits used to compromise the famously malware-resistant iPhone….

  9. New York prosecutor calls for law to fight Apple data encryption

    Federal and state governments should consider passing laws that forbid iPhones…

  10. Wyden introduces bill to ban U.S. government-mandated backdoors into Americans’ cellphones and computers

    U.S. government officials have recently proposed to compel companies to build backdoors…

  11. Apple CEO Tim Cook meets with U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch in Washington D.C.

    Apple CEO Tim Cook visited at least one Capitol Hill lawmaker…

  12. 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…

  13. 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…

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

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

  15. 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…

  16. PayPal co-founder: When it comes to tech, U.S. federal government is in the ‘Middle Ages’

    Fewer than 35 of 535 members of Congress have backgrounds in science or technology…

  17. iPhone unlocking again legal in U.S. as Obama signs cellphone unlocking bill into law

    It first became illegal to unlock a cell phone in January of 2013…

  18. Bill legalizing iPhone unlocking approved by U.S. House of Representatives

    After the decision last year to make unlocking iPhones and cellular-capable iPads illegal…

  19. Scholars debunk claims of high-tech workers shortage, question tech industry’s ‘free pass’

    our prominent scholars on Friday questioned why the high-tech industry gets a free pass…

  20. White House ‘Big Data Privacy’ group unveils report, supports warrant requirement for email, cloud content

    The staggering amount of data readily accessible in 2014 means the federal government must…

  21. U.S. Senators sympathetic to targets of dubious patent assertions but want focused reform

    Today the Judiciary Committee of the United States Senate…

  22. Apple’s Tim Cook and his slightly surprising support for the Employment Nondiscrimination Act

    Rational discrimination is just that, rational…

  23. Tim Cook: Workplace equality is good for business; one reason why congress should support the Employment Nondiscrimination Act

    Long before I started work as the CEO of Apple…

  24. U.S. Senate Democrat Al Franken demands answers from Apple CEO Tim Cook over iPhone 5s’ Touch ID

    The iPhone 5s, released Friday, has a built-in fingerprint scanner…

  25. Apple becomes latest target of the Beltway Shakedown

    U.S. Senators are angry that Apple isn’t paying its fair share – not in taxes, but in campaign contributions and lobbying fees…

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