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  • Feb 17- A court order demanding that Apple Inc help the U.S. government unlock the encrypted iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters opens a new chapter in the legal, political and technological fight pitting law enforcement against civil liberties advocates and major tech companies. A federal judge in Los Angeles on Tuesday ordered Apple to provide "...

  • Feb 17- A court order demanding that Apple Inc help the U.S. government break into the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters opens a new chapter in the legal, political and technological fight pitting law enforcement against civil liberties advocates and major tech companies. A federal judge in Los Angeles on Tuesday ordered Apple to provide "reasonable...

  • Dempsey: Apple currently has ability to modify this phone

    Discussing Apple CEO Tim Cook's response to the court order to assist the FBI in accessing one iPhone that belonged to one of the San Bernardino shooters, with Aaron Brantly, West Point Combating Terrorism Center, and James Dempsey of U.C. Berkeley.

  • Feb 17- A court order demanding that Apple Inc help the U.S. government break into the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters opens a new chapter in the legal, political and technological fight pitting law enforcement against civil liberties advocates and major tech companies. A federal judge in Los Angeles on Tuesday ordered Apple to provide "reasonable...

  • Upbill battle of privacy vs. national security

    Is there a way to safely hack into the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter? Discussing the issue Apple is facing to protect its customers, with Former Counsel to Assistant AG and George Mason Adjunct Professor Jamil Jaffer.

  • Tech's role in protecting privacy

    Jean-Philippe Courtois, Microsoft international president, discusses how tech companies are addressing new concerns about security and transparency.

  • Sec. Pritzker: Europe's 'Safe Harbor' about protecting privacy

    U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker, shares her thoughts on the U.S. managing data privacy.

  • WASHINGTON, Dec 23- A Juniper Networks Inc software coding vulnerability disclosed last week shows the dangers of any weaknesses built into encryption technology, according to computer security experts. Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton on Saturday called for greater collaboration between Silicon Valley and government...

  • Time for US to step up surveillance?

    We have blind spots out there, says Robert Liscouski, Homeland Security expert, sharing his thoughts on ways the government can increase security in the U.S.

  • Terrorist surveillance a numbers game

    There are 700,000 people on the U.S. terror watch list, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers, with a look at the difficulty in tracking terrorist activity.

  • Rep. Himes: Keeping America safe

    Rep. Jim Himes, (D-Conn.), discusses government safety measures and protecting citizens against terrorist attack.

  • Why a government backdoor to encryption is a bad idea

    Re/code Editor Walter Mossberg discusses the tricky issue of increased intelligence for defense agencies and technology companies wanting to protect personal security for its users.

  • Dec 1- A cyber attack on digital toymaker VTech Holdings Ltd exposed the data of 6.4 million children, the company said on Tuesday, in what experts called the largest known hack targeting youngsters. Security experts said they expected the size of the breach would prompt governments to scrutinize VTech and other toymakers to review their security.

  • Dec 1- A cyber attack on digital toymaker VTech Holdings Ltd exposed the data of 6.4 million children, the company said on Tuesday, in what experts called the largest known hack targeting youngsters. Security experts said they expected the size of the breach would prompt governments to scrutinize VTech and other toymakers to review their security.

  • Tracking terrorist while protecting privacy: Pro

    Shane McGee, FireEye chief privacy officer, discusses the delicate balance between privacy issues and security concerns on the Internet.

  • Anxiety sweeps France

    Rachel Donadio, New York Times correspondent, talks about French reaction in the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks.

  • Cyber security data privacy

    A new Forrester report predicts privacy will hit a tipping point in 2016.

  • Mobile phone

    Forrester predicts the mobile revolution will accelerate in 2016. Who are the winners?

  • Holiday shopping

    Discretion is paying off for India's largest online lingerie retailer Zivame with higher sales and $40 million in funding from investors.

  • Strangers can now sext you: How to stop them

    Here are three easy steps to protect yourself from 'cyber flashing.'