Apr 052013
 
 April 5, 2013  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

John Paul Titlow writes:

Good news: If you’re running a local crime syndicate from your iPhone, the authorities are going to have a hard time reading your texts. That’s because, as the DEA recently complained, the company’s iMessage protocol is encrypted end-to-end, which prevents law enforcement from spying on users’ messages, even with a court order.

This is good news for iOS-loving drug lords, but, more importantly, it’s a big win for digital privacy. And from Apple, no less.

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