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 September 23, 2014  Posted by  Business, Govt, Surveillance

Matthew Green responds to Orin Kerr’s concerns, writing, in part:

Apple is not designing systems to prevent law enforcement from executing legitimate warrants. It’s building systems that prevent everyone who might want your data—including hackers, malicious insiders, and even hostile foreign governments—from accessing your phone. This is absolutely in the public interest. Moreover, in the process of doing so, Apple is setting a precedent that users, and not companies, should hold the keys to their own devices.

Read more on Slate.

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