Apple Opposes FBI Decryption Order

Apple has opposed a court order that would require the company to make changes to the iPhone to enable law enforcement access to personal information. The order followed an FBI application under the All Writs Act, a law from 1789. Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote in response that the government's action "would undermine the very freedoms and liberty our government is meant to protect." In 2015, EPIC gave the Champion of Freedom Award to Mr. Cook for his work protecting privacy and promoting encryption. The EPIC 2016 Awards dinner will be held June 6 in Washington, DC.

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