Apple letter on iPhone security draws muted tech industry response

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February 18, 2016
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The New York Times

Gunter Ollmann, chief security officer at Vectra Networks, argued that the government’s demand that Apple help unlock the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone was in line with similar one-time requests and that Apple was creating an unnecessarily high-stakes battle by framing the unlocking as creating a universal back door.

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