May 082014
 
 May 8, 2014  Business, Govt

Marco Tabini reports:

newly-released document on Apple’s website outlines the company’s policies when it comes to sharing the personal information of iOS users with U.S. law enforcement.

According to the whitepaper, the company can help lawmen get their hands on a significant amount of information you share through iCloud, including your e-mail, iWork documents, calendars, and so on—provided, of course, that they come looking for it with a valid warrant.

Read more on Macworld.

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