Apple Says U.K. Surveillance Law Would Endanger All ClientsBy
Investigatory Powers bill weakens digital privacy, Apple says
Company is leading Silicon Valley challenge to proposed law
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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