Apple vs. FBI
Today at 1pm EST representatives from Apple and the FBI will give testimony before the House Judiciary Committee in Washington, D.C. The hearing is titled “The Encryption Tightrope: Balancing Am
A recent poll suggested that the majority of Americans support the FBI and its order to open the iPhone used by San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook. While some of those voices may be less aware
Apple's general counsel Bruce Sewell will testify before a congressional Judiciary Committee tomorrow. The hearing has been convened to discuss what is being described as "The Encryption Tightrope" --
In a New York case, Judge Orenstein has ruled in favor of Apple, denying a government request for information on an iPhone.
This week the Apple vs. FBI battle raged on, we went to Barcelona for Mobile World Congress, Facebook changed up the Like button, and more. Here are the top stories of the week.
Apple hires plenty of interns all year round, but one particular new addition revealed this week caught the eye given the company's current position opposing a controversial order to enable the FBI to
In a discussion with Apple executives today, TechCrunch was informed that Apple had filed a Motion to Vacate in the case of the FBI compelling Apple to assist in unlocking an iPhone belonging to Syed
As Apple and federal law enforcement continue to hurl rhetoric about encryption, one thing has become crystal clear: today’s encryption debate is neither healthy nor well-informed.
Apple is already thinking about ways to make it harder to hack iPhones, reports say. According to <a target="_blank" href="http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/25/technology/apple-is-said-to-be-working-on-a
Apple CEO Tim Cook has mounted the fiercest argument explaining why Apple is opposed to an FBI order to open the iPhone used by San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook.
A large group lined up outside of the Apple store in downtown San Francisco this evening, but not for the usual reasons. This time, about 60 to 70 protestors swarmed Apple to voice their opposition to
The FBI and the Department of Justice have used a strong narrative to defend their case in <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/tag/apple-vs-fbi">the dispute between the FBI and Apple</a>. The FBI wan
Editor’s note: A previous version of this post had the headline “Bill Gates Says Apple Should Unlock The iPhone” but Gates appeared on Bloomberg after this report was published, and
This time, it’s Washington DC vs. Silicon Valley as both fight for the citizens of the United States of America
Pew Research Center <a target="_blank" href="http://www.people-press.org/2016/02/22/more-support-for-justice-department-than-for-apple-in-dispute-over-unlocking-iphone/">has released</a> a study on th
Facebook had a high-profile setback when its Free Basics mobile connectivity program got blocked in India earlier this month over net neutrality issues, but its CEO Mark Zuckerberg is adamant &#
Early this morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook sent an email out to employees about the FBI’s request to unlock an iPhone with the subject line ‘Thank you for your support’. The email outlines some resp
The Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation has claimed that the organization is not trying to break Apple's encryption or set up backdoor access to the company's devices and services.
In a call with reporters today, Apple executives spoke in response to a motion the Justice Department filed today to force Apple to comply with a request from the FBI to provide access to the iPhone o
Presidential candidate Donald Trump is stepping up his criticism of Apple over its fight with the FBI. As you can see in the footage below (reportedly shot at a campaign event in Pawleys Island, South