Trump bombards Apple: not even a killers cell phone

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 Trump bombards Apple: not even a killers cell phone


[global news] President trump just tweeted about Apple. We have been helping apple on Trade and many other issues, but they (Apple) refused to unlock the phones used by murderers, drug dealers and violent criminals, trump tweeted Tuesday. They must now stand up and help our great country! At the end of the tweet, he repeated the slogan he had used since the 2016 US Election: make America great again. (MAKEAMERICAGREATAGAIN.)

Previously reported:

US attorney general pressure apple to unlock the suspects mobile phone, Microsoft CEO: its terrible to leave the back door

When there is a conflict between the judiciary and technology companies over privacy, should technology companies compromise?

On January 13, according to the New York Times, the U.S. attorney general again pressed apple to unlock two iPhones belonging to suspected suspects. At present, Apple has not agreed with the US Department of justice.

I do think its a terrible idea to leave a back door, its not a solution, NADELLA said. We have been emphasizing privacy and national security. In this regard, we need some legal and technical solutions to meet both privacy and national security.

In 2016, Apples device encryption system became a controversial issue for the first time after the San Bernardino shooting in the United States, which also led to a lot of pressure from the Ministry of justice for apple to unlock the phone. Although the conflict ended in a stalemate at that time, many people recently thought that the recent shooting at Pensacola naval base might rekindle the conflict.

(function () {(window.slotbydup=window.slotbydup||[]).Push ({id: u5811557, container: SSP 5811557, async:true});}) (); last month, a shooting occurred at the Pensacola naval base in Florida, killing three people. The suspect is Mohammed Saeed alshamrani, a Saudi citizen who is undergoing flight training in the US Navy. At present, the FBI has asked apple to help unlock two phones belonging to alsamrani, because in the case of encryption of Apples devices, investigators cant get the information in the phone. NADELLA has been much more moderate in the apple FBI conflict than in 2016. After the San Bernardino shooting in 2016, Microsoft expressed its full support for Apples position and joined Apples opposition to some encryption bills pushed forward after the trial. In response to the Pensacola naval base shooting incident, NADELLA just said: we cant take a strong stance in all aspects. But if they want me to keep the back door, Ill say no. I hope these things can be solved by law. Source: editor in charge of global network: Zhou Xinyi ufe63 nb12002

Last month, three people were killed in a shooting at Pensacola naval base in Florida. The suspect is Mohammed Saeed alshamrani, a Saudi citizen who is undergoing flight training in the US Navy. At present, the FBI has asked apple to help unlock two phones belonging to alsamrani, because in the case of encryption of Apples devices, investigators cant get the information in the phone.

NADELLA has been much more moderate in the apple FBI conflict than in 2016. After the San Bernardino shooting in 2016, Microsoft expressed its full support for Apples position and joined Apples opposition to some encryption bills pushed forward after the trial.

In response to the Pensacola naval base shooting incident, NADELLA just said: we cant take a strong stance in all aspects. But if they want me to keep the back door, Ill say no. I hope these things can be solved by law.