The White House has reportedly decided not to give public support to legislation that would force tech companies to help law enforcement agencies break into encrypted products.) could be introduced this week and "would empower judges to require technology companies such as Apple to help law enforcement crack encrypted data," Reuters wrote.
The Apple attorney asked that he be paraphrased and not quoted directly, but he suspected that the hack won't last long as Apple continues to fortify its security.The Apple lawyer said the government has not come forward to Apple to explain the workaround.
Now it can also be used to play a video game — albeit one that's hacked together.The game is the brainchild of the Danish arm of Saatchi & Saatchi, a global ad agency whose work includes the Super Bowl commercial for the 2016 Toyota Prius.
A new Boston-area startup hopes to be a new on-demand ride service that will only offer rides to women, trans women, and children of any gender under 13.The company says that it is focusing on safety and will only employ female drivers, who will have background checks run by Safer Places.