Apple denies that the NSA has iOS access

25 January, 2014 | Comments (90) | Post your comment

Tags: iOS, Apple

We recently reported on the NSA's access to all iPhones, making each user's data visible to the watching eyes of the government agency. There was even some talk that Apple may have worked with the NSA, basically handing over a key to all of their users' information.



Well Apple CEO Tim Cook didn't take kindly to these rumors and avers that there is no backdoor access to iOS. Cook even went so far as to say that if the government wanted access to Apple's servers, that they would need “to cart [our employees] out in a box.”

Cook went on-air on ABC to dispel the rumors about the supposed scandal involving his company and the NSA. The CEO has even said that Apple has been “pushing very, very hard” for people to have more access to the company's inner practices.

In the interview with ABC Cook also spoke a bit about the direction Apple is going to take product wise: specifically in reference to wearable devices.

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Apple denies that the NSA has iOS access - reader comments

  • Anonymous

Now again making false accusations and ignoring what I said. Not to mention I am used to their typical trolling replies already and there was nothing logical about it. You just jumped in and have no clue what you are saying....Yet talking about...

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  • 2014-01-27 20:39
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  • Zia

The constitution is in place for a reason, no matter what happens or has happened.

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  • 2014-01-27 15:29
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  • Anonymous

If your backyard is bombed because no one spy for you, or warn you before hand. You might think twice about griping your privacy so tightly. But i guess your sitting comfy in your room complaining everything about the gov.. and acting insecure t...

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  • 2014-01-27 04:15
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