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AppleInsider podcast digs into Apple's fight for encryption

This week, the AppleInsider podcast analyzes the far reaching implications of a federal court order — one that would see Apple undermine its own iOS encryption protocols to assist an FBI investigation.




AppleInsider editors Daniel Eran Dilger and Mikey Campbell look at the issue from all angles, taking into account potential ramifications for the U.S. tech industry and the customer it serves.

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Show note links:

  • Judge orders Apple to access iPhone belonging to San Bernardino shooter [u]
  • Tim Cook calls FBI backdoor demand 'dangerous,' vows to fight case
  • Donald Trump says Apple should back down in San Bernardino case
  • White House says FBI wants access to one iPhone, not blanket backdoor from Apple
  • Lawmakers, advocacy groups, Snowden take sides in polarizing Apple encryption debate
  • User security, privacy issues draw sharp contrast between Apple iOS, Google Android in FBI encryption case [u]
  • Protestors gather at San Francisco Apple Store to support fight against government backdoors
  • Apple's opposition to backdoors in FBI case gains global, animated attention
  • John McAfee offers to decrypt iPhone used by San Bernardino terrorists, criticizes FBI
  • Senate committee chair mulls bill to punish companies that refuse decryption requests
  • Facebook, Twitter voice support for Apple's stance on encryption [u]
  • Apple reportedly enlists aid of free-speech attorneys in encryption battle

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