A defense for Apple's stand against government privacy violations
Our Technology for Liberty director Kade Crockford appeared on WGBH's Greater Boston to discuss Apple’s legal fight against a court order to help the government unlock an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters, Syed Farook.
The government is asking Apple, essentially, to serve as a spy in the service of the government. ...
[Setting this precedent would mean] that the government has a right to force technology companies to serve their clients malware on their devices... it blows open this completely untenable future for technology."
Watch the full video on YouTube.
Learn about the Technology for Liberty Project and read more about this issue on Kade's blog Privacy SOS.