Will new privacy efforts by Apple and Google obstruct justice?
from By Lauren Swan
For people who value their privacy, Apple and Google are going to provide them with just that. In their latest smartphone software, both tech companies have decided to encrypt the passwords so that they can no longer be bypassed by law enforcement, and this includes the FBI. Meanwhile, the FBI is claiming this new addition could cost lives, including kidnapping and terrorist cases. To be clear, law enforcement can still intercept conversations but cannot access call data, photos, contacts and email. Is this new turn for privacy a positive or negative situation?
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