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Tim Cook:” The U.S. government does not have doors in the background services “Apple”
Chief Executive of the company “Apple”, “Tim Cook,” that the U.S. government can not afford access to the company servers.
Comes this statement after a series of reports that talked about owning and National Security Agency “doors background” in the services of several companies, including the report talked about owning agency to a secret program, codenamed “DROPOUTJEEP”, allowing them access to phones, “iPhone”, and the transfer of data to and from the phone, via SMS, or via the “GPRS”.
The “cook” in an interview with Channel “ABC News” America to the lack of “back doors” to government agencies in the services company “Apple”.
It is noteworthy that the past year has seen many of the statements of similar technology companies major, denied its cooperation with government agencies, or provide access to those bodies to their services, after many of the documents that were leaked, “Edward Snowden,” the contractor previously with the National Security Agency, which revealed where the existence of several programs, including a program “Prism” PRISM, which benefit from the National Security Agency to spy on American Internet users, and international bodies and organizations and important personalities around the world.
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