Trump is attacking Apple for refusing to decrypt iPhone

Joined U.S. President Donald Trump to knowledge about the request of the Federal Bureau of investigation of the company Apple manufactured iPhone help open two of the iPhone used by the gunman responsible for the shooting last month in Pensacola.

Attacked Trump Apple products it of refusing to decrypt phones even though they benefit from government assistance in trade, came the tweets Trump the centre of the investigation into the shooting of three Americans in Pensacola, Florida last month.

These represent solutions to the latest wave of discussion about privacy among technology companies such as Apple, HSBC, bonds, argues technology companies that strong encryption protects the privacy and security of its users, while law enforcement officials said criminals use technology to evade justice.

She called law enforcement agencies to technology companies to provide a way to break the encryption, depending on the number of high profile cases such as the shooting incident last year in Pensacola and the incident of the shooting in 2015 in San Bernardino, California.

Attacked Trump Apple saying: We’re helping Apple all the time in the trade and many other issues, however, refuse to decrypt the phones used by the killers, drug dealers, and criminal elements other violent, adding, “We ought immediately to stand with us and help our great country”.

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The company said the Apple TV it can’t access encrypted data with the password stored on your iPhone and it should create a specific tool to do this, known in the technology industry as the “back door”.

However, the company can deliver the data stored on the servers of cloud storage to law enforcement officials, which often contain backups of the iPhone, including iMessages.

The company declined to described by Attorney General Bill Barr Bill Barr that she did not provide any substantial assistance, and after that invited her to the FBI for assistance in opening my device iPhone subscribers in the case of Pensacola, Police said they responded to seven requests for legal separate from the feds in the month of December, starting from the day of the shooting.

The New York Times in a report that Apple is working internally to guide this attitude toward security companies, third-party, the report said: the objective of the team of Tim Cook is now to direct the current toward the external resolution does not involve a violation of company to its security, even in the time in which to address the possible legal about this issue.

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Trump is attacking Apple for refusing to decrypt iPhone

Joined U.S. President Donald Trump to knowledge about the request of the Federal Bureau of investigation of the company Apple manufactured iPhone help open two of the iPhone used by the gunman responsible for the shooting last month in Pensacola.

Attacked Trump Apple products it of refusing to decrypt phones even though they benefit from government assistance in trade, came the tweets Trump the centre of the investigation into the shooting of three Americans in Pensacola, Florida last month.

These represent solutions to the latest wave of discussion about privacy among technology companies such as Apple, HSBC, bonds, argues technology companies that strong encryption protects the privacy and security of its users, while law enforcement officials said criminals use technology to evade justice.

She called law enforcement agencies to technology companies to provide a way to break the encryption, depending on the number of high profile cases such as the shooting incident last year in Pensacola and the incident of the shooting in 2015 in San Bernardino, California.

Attacked Trump Apple saying: We’re helping Apple all the time in the trade and many other issues, however, refuse to decrypt the phones used by the killers, drug dealers, and criminal elements other violent, adding, “We ought immediately to stand with us and help our great country”.

Related topics what you read now:

The company said the Apple TV it can’t access encrypted data with the password stored on your iPhone and it should create a specific tool to do this, known in the technology industry as the “back door”.

However, the company can deliver the data stored on the servers of cloud storage to law enforcement officials, which often contain backups of the iPhone, including iMessages.

The company declined to described by Attorney General Bill Barr Bill Barr that she did not provide any substantial assistance, and after that invited her to the FBI for assistance in opening my device iPhone subscribers in the case of Pensacola, Police said they responded to seven requests for legal separate from the feds in the month of December, starting from the day of the shooting.

The New York Times in a report that Apple is working internally to guide this attitude toward security companies, third-party, the report said: the objective of the team of Tim Cook is now to direct the current toward the external resolution does not involve a violation of company to its security, even in the time in which to address the possible legal about this issue.

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