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Barr Asks Apple To Unlock iPhones of Pensacola Gunman

Attorney General William P. Barr declared on Monday that a deadly shooting last month at a naval air station in Pensacola, Fla., was an act of terrorism, and he asked Apple in an unusually
The U.S. government is pressuring Apple to unlock an iPhone. Again.

The U.S. government is pressuring Apple to unlock an iPhone. Again.

Here we go again. Attorney General William Barr is pressuring Apple to help law enforcement unlock two iPhones that once belonged to the now deceased Royal Saudi Air Force lieutenant who attacked the
Apple rejects U.S. Attorney General request to unlock another phone

Apple rejects U.S. Attorney General request to unlock another phone

The question of security backdoors and law enforcement's access to our data looms large again
DOJ Steps Up Pressure on Apple to Unlock Saudi Terror Suspect's iPhone

DOJ Steps Up Pressure on Apple to Unlock Saudi Terror Suspect's iPhone

Apple is facing escalating demands from the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) to assist authorities investigating the deadly shooting at a naval airbase in Pensacola, Florida, last month, which is now

How to Backup iPhone or iPad to Mac in MacOS Catalina with Finder

Wondering how to backup your iPhone or iPad in macOS Catalina? Since iTunes is gone, even the most experienced of iPhone and iPad users can be thrown for a loop when they come to back up their devices

A Quick Look At the Fight Against Encryption

b-dayyy shared this overview from the Linux Security site:Strong encryption is imperative to securing sensitive data and protecting individuals' privacy online, yet governments around the world refuse
Facebook Says Encrypting Messenger by Default Will Take Years

Facebook Says Encrypting Messenger by Default Will Take Years

Mark Zuckerberg promised default end-to-end encryption throughout Facebook's platforms. Nearly a year later, Messenger's not even close.

Over Two Dozen Encryption Experts Call on India To Rethink Changes To Its Intermediary Liability Rules

Security and encryption experts from around the world are joining a number of organizations to call on India to reconsider its proposed amendments to local intermediary liability rules. From a report:

FBI Asks Apple To Help Unlock Two iPhones

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: The encryption debate between Apple and the F.B.I. might have found its new test case. The F.B.I. said on Tuesday that it had asked Apple

Apple Talks About Privacy and Its Importance at CES 2020

Apple made a rare appearance at CES 2020 this year. The company did not announce any new product or services as its appearance was focused on privacy. The company’s senior director for global privacy
Unable to unlock gunman’s iPhones, the FBI (once again) asks for Apple’s help (updated)

Unable to unlock gunman’s iPhones, the FBI (once again) asks for Apple’s help (updated)

The request may signal a new showdown between law enforcement and tech companies.
Unable to unlock gunman’s iPhones, the FBI (once again) asks for Apple’s help (updated)

Unable to unlock gunman’s iPhones, the FBI (once again) asks for Apple’s help (updated)

The request may signal a new showdown between law enforcement and tech companies.
Apple's Privacy Officer Jane Horvath Uses CES Appearance to Defend Company Stance on Encryption and Software Backdoors

Apple's Privacy Officer Jane Horvath Uses CES Appearance to Defend Company Stance on Encryption and Software Backdoors

Apple's chief privacy officer attended a discussion panel at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Tuesday to debate the state of consumer privacy, marking the first time in 28 years that

FBI Once Again Seeks Apple’s Help, This time to Unlock Suspected Florida Shooters iPhone

Apple has always stood its grounds when it comes to privacy. The company went loggerheads with the FBI during the San Bernardino shooting case. Now FBI has put Apple in a similar situation and has
FBI Asks Apple to Unlock iPhone of Suspect in Pensacola Naval Base Shooting

FBI Asks Apple to Unlock iPhone of Suspect in Pensacola Naval Base Shooting

The FBI is seeking Apple’s assistance in unlocking the cellphone of the gunman authorities say killed three people and wounded eight others last month at a naval base in Pensacola, Florida. Read
IoTex’s Ucam is a blockchain-based, encrypted private home camera

IoTex’s Ucam is a blockchain-based, encrypted private home camera

Silicon Valley startup IoTex has unveiled Ucam, a blockchain-powered private home camera that uses end-to-end encryption.

ProtonCalendar beta for web now available, soon on Android

If you really think about it, not even our digital calendars are safe from eyes that seek to bring us targeted advertising. It’s probably the cost of using free apps and services but does this mean we
The team behind ProtonMail announces ProtonCalendar, brings end-to-end agenda encryption

The team behind ProtonMail announces ProtonCalendar, brings end-to-end agenda encryption

One of the biggest problems in tech right now is privacy, and the general lack thereof when it comes to using most modern apps and services. Companies collect more data about us than we're probably

ProtonMail debuts an encrypted calendar app

ProtonMail is known for its encrypted email service, which it offers as a more secure alternative to products like Google's Gmail. In recent years, the company started by CERN researchers has begun to

ProtonMail Takes Aim at Google With an Encrypted Calendar

Encrypted email provider ProtonMail has officially launched its new calendar in public beta. The move is part of the Swiss company's broader push to offer privacy-focused alternatives to Google's key