Mac Developer: Judge looks to jumpstart public encryption debate with Apple iPhone unlocking case
Judge looks to jumpstart public encryption debate with Apple iPhone unlocking case Orenstein's ruling came a day after the public learned the Obama administration won't pursue regulations mandating backdoors in encrypted communications. Instead, however, the administration is continuing to pressure corporations on the matter, and talks have allegedly become "increasingly productive."
It would seem citizens with a clear conscience have nothing to worry about.
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