Apple Says U.K. Surveillance Law Would Endanger All Clients

  • Investigatory Powers bill weakens digital privacy, Apple says
  • Company is leading Silicon Valley challenge to proposed law

Cook Will Not Build ‘Back Doors’ in Apple Products

Apple Inc. outlined its opposition to a proposed U.K. surveillance law, saying threats to national security don’t justify weakening privacy and putting the data of hundreds of millions of users at risk.

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