Sep 082015
 September 8, 2015  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Ryan Calo writes:

Over the last year, the FBI has had harsh words for Apple, accusing the tech giant of endangering human lives and aiding criminals by turning on encryption by default on the iPhone. When Google announced it would add the feature to Android, meaning that smartphone users would need to unlock their phones for police to be able to go through them, government officials and law enforcement representatives similarly freaked out.

But this move by tech giants to make government surveillance harder reflects public opinion.

Read more on Fusion.

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