Apple statement against UK surveillance bill

The Guardian reports that Apple has submitted a formal statement to the bill committee working on a new complex and controversial surveillance law in the U.K. The submission was just released, and Apple is staying on course when it comes to privacy, saying that government backdoors could be used by anyone and weaken the security of hundreds of millions of devices.

Country: UK

Domains: Privacy IG

Stakeholder: Industry

Tags: encryption, backdoors, industry, statement, legislation, UK, surveillance, privacy, Internet

Posted on Tuesday 22 December 2015

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