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FBI/Apple privacy fight left out a major player: the data carriers

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, May 11, 2016.

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    The recent standoff between Apple and the FBI over the agency’s demand that the company provide a way to unlock the iPhone of a dead terrorist, was "resolved" when the FBI “bought a tool,” according to Director James Comey.

    But that, of course, didn’t resolve the fundamental, ongoing conflict between the government's need for digital surveillance capabilities to assist with law enforcement and national security on one side, and the American commitment to personal privacy on the other.

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