Apple CEO pushes White House to take stand on encryption

Tim Cook makes a case for standing against the use of back doors, or intentional security vulnerabilities that let law enforcement poke into your private information.

CNET January 14, 2016

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Apple’s Tim Cook pushes White House to take stand on encryption

The CEO makes a case for standing against the use of back doors, or intentional security vulnerabilities that let law enforcement poke into your private information.

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US intelligence director’s accounts next on the hacking block

Personal email and phone accounts associated with James Clapper were hijacked, hackers tell Motherboard.

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Makers of smart guns waiting to see if Obama will walk the talk

The president wants to make it possible for consumers to find and buy these new types of guns. It won’t be easy going.

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Associate editor Anne Dujmovic brings you the latest news on hackers, viruses, and other security threats.

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