Apple CEO: We do not have a backdoor for the NSA




Apple has not backed by the U.S. National Security Agency. This enables CEO Tim Cook in an interview with ABC News. Earlier essentially documents whistleblower Edward Snowden as well, but according to Cook there are many falsehoods proclaimed.

“Much of what is said is not true,” says Apple CEO Cook interview with ABC News. “There is no backdoor. The government has no access to our servers,” said Cook. Previously denied other companies, such as Google and Microsoft, all that the NSA had direct access to its servers under the so-called Prism program.

Cook pleads for more transparency, because he thinks that civilians would lead to more understanding. “I argue very strongly for opening the books and complete transparency,” says Cook. At this time, Apple and other technology may provide insight into these issues on cooperation with the intelligence. On that tech companies have already started a lawsuit.

Previously, Apple denied all the backdoors in iOS would have built after whistleblower Snowden had leaked showing that the NSA could look into. IPhones slides from 2008


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