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Apple vs. FBI case colors European debate about securing digital identity

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, Feb 23, 2016.

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    Although Apple does not exhibit at Mobile World Congress, the giant trade show in Barcelona, the company casts a long shadow over it.

    The iPhone maker's influence there extends to app developers, accessory vendors and, now, the debate about securing digital identity.

    In a keynote session on security at the show, moderator Michael O'Hara asked presenters whether they sided with Apple or the U.S. government in the legal dispute over whether Apple should help the Federal Bureau of Investigation unlock an iPhone belonging to the employer of one of the San Bernardino attack suspects.

    [ ALSO ON CSO: DOJ ups ante: New motion asks court to force Apple to help FBI crack attacker's iPhone ]

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