The White House has hit Apple hard on the issue, with Attorney General William Barr and President Donald Trump launching attacks on the company. “We are helping Apple all of the time on TRADE and so many other issues, and yet they refuse to unlock phones used by killers, drug dealers and other violent criminal elements,” Trump tweeted this month. … [Read more...] about Apple reportedly scrapped plans to fully secure iCloud backups after FBI intervention
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Related Reads FBI asks Apple to break the encryption on an iPhone again Recent search warrant reportedly shows FBI can access data on locked iPhone 11 Meet Utopia: new P2P decentralized platform adds a layer of privacy to online communication Apple further clarifies iPhone 11's constant requesting of location data 1 comment 9 interactions … [Read more...] about Apple dumped plan to fully lockup iCloud backups at FBI’s request
Even though ride-hailing services like Uber and Didi Chuxing have been operating in China for years, their existence has always been a bit of a legal gray area in the country. But a new law has been passed that will formally allow these firms to offer their services starting this November. … [Read more...] about China will soon legalize ride-hailing services like Uber and Didi Chuxing
Hiring dedicated staff during the prescribed burn season would be a good start. And real financial incentives for landowners to carry out burns, or for logging contractors to cut brush, could get some wheels rolling. The researchers also suggest that CAL FIRE’s legal requirement to suppress active fires on state or private land could be eliminated, giving them the ability to allow non-dangerous fires to burn when that makes sense, as the Forest Service does on federal land. … [Read more...] about Why isn’t California using more prescribed burns to reduce fire risk?
The last two Google flagship phones, even for their positive reviews, fell a bit flat: Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus that debuted Android 4.0 in late 2011 was impressive but was one-upped in short order by Samsung’s own Galaxy SIII. LG’s Nexus 4, launched in November 2012 with Android 4.2, was an impressive piece of hardware that virtually guaranteed timely Android updates for years to come, but curiously did not include a 4G LTE radio and was only available contract-free or with the fourth-largest carrier, T-Mobile. Points for flexibility, but without marketing from larger carriers or access to LTE, it will be hard for the Nexus 4 to gain much traction. … [Read more...] about Samsung drifts away from Android; will Motorola rise to replace it?