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Encryption

Apple v. FBI: How to Sound Smart about Encryption

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Apple v. FBI has started a serious debate about the line between security and privacy. The FBI says this is a case about the contents of one specific iPhone 5c. Apple says this is a case about securing data for everyone. Since current vintage iPhones (5s, 6, 6s) can not be hacked the same way, we should not be talking about a particular phone; we should be talking about encryption writ large, and how it is used in our daily lives.

Apple v FBI

Apple v. FBI: How to Do Your Part

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Apple v. FBI is headed for the Supreme Court. The problem is, I don't want the Supreme Court (or any court) empowered to make policy – that's a job for the Legislative branch. Regardless of what you think of Congress, they’d better get this one right. What it means to be a digital citizen and identifying the border between security and privacy are two of the most important issues of our time.

Apple in China

Why Apple May Not Win in China

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Apple posted the highest quarterly earnings in American history (Q415) and took huge hit. Some people blaming Apple's $30 billion market cap haircut on the economic slowdown in China -- but if you don't live there, it's hard to understand the complex relationships Chinese people have with Western brands.

Shelly Palmer on Fox 5

iPad Pro Review

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Is the iPad Pro right for you? Shelly Palmer reviews the Apple iPad Pro on Fox 5 with Ben Simmoneau and Juliet Huddy. Original Airdate: November 24, 2015