Apple's iMessage Confounds DEA as Untraceable

April 23 (Bloomberg) -- According to a leaked memo from the DEA recently obtained by CNET, Apple iMessages are unrecoverable "regardless of the cellphone service provider." iMessages, much like Blackberry Messages, don't pass through wireless carriers. This means that because the messages don't go through AT&T, Verizon and Sprint that the Feds "can't read those texts." Or can they? Bloomberg Businessweek's Sam Grobart explains.
Why This Summer Travel Season Will Be Better
58:12 - U.S. Department of Commerce Travel Board Member Adam Sacks discusses the price of oil and the summer travel season. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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