Hacked: Hacking Finance

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Building iPhone Backdoor is ‘Dangerous’; Govt Demand is ‘Chilling’

Introduction

Samburaj Das

Samburaj Das

Samburaj is the contributing editor at Hacked and keeps tabs on science, technology and cyber security.


LATEST POSTS

ChronoPay Looks to Kickstart Bitcoin Adoption in Russia 29th May, 2017

Alleged FBI Hacker Lauri Love Ordered to US Extradition by UK Home Secretary 15th November, 2016

Cybersecurity

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Building iPhone Backdoor is ‘Dangerous’; Govt Demand is ‘Chilling’

Posted on .
This article was posted on Wednesday, 14:58, UTC.

        Apple CEO Tim Cook, easily among the most vocal advocators of encryption in the world has, in an open letter today, passionately vowed to fight the US government over a court order that demands unrestricted backdoor access to an iPhone. When the government comes knocking with a court order to demand that a company builds a backdoor for its products, most companies would typically oblige and comply at the behest of such governmental requests. Apple isn’t among them. In an open letter published on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook has deemed a court order by the US…

// -- Discuss and ask questions in our community on Workplace. Don't have an account? Send Jonas Borchgrevink an email -- //

To continue reading you need to be a Gold Member or Platinum Member. Let us help you become financially independent by signing up. You will get access to exclusive stories, analysis, and guides by experienced traders, economists, and entrepreneurs. Learn more about us here.

Log In Join Now for $39 a Month! OR Save $69 by Subscribing for a Year!

Important: Never invest money you can't afford to lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here.



Feedback or Requests?

Receive New Posts on Email:



Samburaj Das

Samburaj Das

Samburaj is the contributing editor at Hacked and keeps tabs on science, technology and cyber security.

Navigation
VoIP phones can be hacked on account of weak passwords,…