Apple vs Court (FBI): an update

By | Tuesday March 22nd, 2016

It seems that the FBI is confident to be able to crack the i-phone without Apple’s support, so the court date has been posponed. If FBI is right it would be a hot issue for Apple but the key point would remain the same: can a private subject claim to refuse support to a judge formally investigating on a crime? Are we more free if only Apple can hack its phones, based on the the fact that they declare they won’t do that?

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About Sergio Fumagalli

Vice President Zeropiu Spa, system integrator specialized in digital identity and data security with operations in Italy and in the Nordics. After serving as MP in the Italian Parliament, I started a professional collaboration with the Data Protection Italian Authority and a professional activity on these topics. Co-author of “Privacy guida agli adempimenti”, IPSOA, 2004, 2005 a book on compliance to the Italian Law. Since 2008 member of the Oracle Community for Security - http://c4s.clusit.it/views/Homepage.html - and since 2014 member of the board of Clusit a leader association on IT Security in Italy Between 2004 and 2012 member of the board of Webank Spa, the online banc of the Banca Popolare di Milano group.

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