Apple CEO Tim Cook has argued that heeding the government’s encryption-breaking demand could imperil the privacy of uninvolved iPhone users.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has argued that heeding the government’s encryption-breaking demand could imperil the privacy of uninvolved iPhone users. Karl Mondon Bay Area News Group/TNS
Apple CEO Tim Cook has argued that heeding the government’s encryption-breaking demand could imperil the privacy of uninvolved iPhone users. Karl Mondon Bay Area News Group/TNS

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