Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Apple Sees Value in Its Stand to Protect Security

In practice and according to Chinese law, Beijing typically has access to
any data stored in China.

If Apple accedes to American law enforcement demands for opening the iPhone
in the San Bernardino case and Beijing asks for a similar tool, it is
unlikely Apple would be able to control China's use of it. Yet if Apple were
to refuse Beijing, it would potentially face a battery of penalties.

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