Apple boss Tim Cook at loggerheads with US government over encryption back doors

Tim Cook clashed with high-level officials of the Obama administration during talks held in San Jose on 8 January. The Apple CEO challenged US government officials to vote for a policy that supports “unbreakable encryption”.

Cook defended his stance on the significance of unbreakable encryption at a meeting held by the White House, to discuss online counterterrorism options along with Apple and other Silicon Valley tech giants like Facebook, Twitter, Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Drop Box and Cloudflare.

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