The Truth about icloud security

Your iCloud is encrypted. That doesn’t mean the FBI can’t access it

Security and privacy are not two sides of the same coin. They’re sometimes opposing forces, pitting your desire for privacy against the security of, sometimes, a nation.

That’s often how we view stories about our personal data privacy and law enforcement’s ongoing desire to access it in times of trouble. When a Saudi Air Force officer shot and killed three Americans on a Florida Naval base, law enforcement was desperate to unlock the killer’s iPhones and, when they were unable, demanded Apple do it for them.

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