Apple Will Bolster Encryption Of Devices, Prevent Apps From Selling Contact Lists

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Apple Will Bolster Encryption Of Devices, Prevent Apps From Selling Contact Lists

Apple announced two measures to strengthen the privacy and security of its devices: it will close a loophole that allowed law enforcement to access devices and it will prevent apps from secretly selling contact lists. In 2016, Apple refused a demand by the FBI to build backdoor access to iPhones to allow the FBI to unlock the phone of a

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