1. 40blind40's Avatar
    An article posted on the BBC shows that Apple routinely gives law enforcement access to customer data. Apple complies with greater proportion of US data demands - BBC News . Is Apple just grand standing or is there stance on privacy for real? You be the judge.

    Posted via CB10
    04-20-16 08:29 PM
  2. rbtg's Avatar
    better safe then sorry works every time
    04-20-16 11:12 PM
  3. blueberrymerry's Avatar
    Previous Apple phones without the trusted platform could be open to side channel attacks. Good luck trying that on a new iPhone. Also, a lot of iCloud data may be visible to Apple anyway.

    If you really want to keep your data secure, don't trust US-based providers (Google, Apple, etc.) and use fully encrypted storage with data encryption in flight and at rest.
    04-20-16 11:46 PM
  4. zocster's Avatar
    Moved to Apple...
    04-20-16 11:49 PM
  5. FR33MAN's Avatar
    Do you remember Prism?

    Posted via CB10
    04-21-16 12:38 AM

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