Apple concern over potential government veto on privacy tools

Changes to Investigatory Powers Act constitute “unprecedented overreach”

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Apple concern over potential government veto on privacy tools

Proposals provide Home Office with an effective veto on new security functionality

Apple has once again shared its concerns about UK government proposals to force tech companies to effectively give them a veto on any security measure which would restrict government access to priv...

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