Wednesday January 13, 2016

Apple Pushes White House To Take Stand On Encryption

It's pretty sad that Apple, of all companies, has to be the one to urge the White House to take a stand on encryption.

Cook is reportedly unhappy with the White House's unwillingness to take a stance on encryption, or the scrambling of emails and other messages to keep them private. According to The Intercept, he made his concerns clear to a high-level delegation of officials during a meeting in San Jose, California, last week, asking the administration to issue a statement defending the use of unbreakable encryption.