Mac Developer: Apple attends 'spy summit' to discuss data privacy, mass surveillance issues
Apple attends 'spy summit' to discuss data privacy, mass surveillance issues
According to The Intercept, which obtained a copy of the event program, the summit was chaired by former British MI6 Sir John Scarlett as part of an ongoing series of conferences put on by the Ditchley Foundation. Said to discuss "complex issues of international concern," these highly confidential meetings are held at the foundation's mansion in Oxfordshire.
As long as they've got someone with the title "Sir" leading the discussion, I'm sure everything will be grand.
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