US government still pressing Apple for iPhone backdoor

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US government still pressing Apple for iPhone backdoor
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US government still pressing Apple for iPhone backdoor

A bill introduced last year proposed making it a legal requirement for large tech firms to build a backdoor into their devices

A bill that could make it a legal requirement for Apple to build a data backdoor into iPhones is circulating in the US Senate. Originally called 'The Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act', Judici...

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