Apple Iphone : More Crime To Helping To FBI .Breaking The Security Of Iphone Leads To Crime Says Apple Lawyer

Helping To FBI leads To Crime 

The war of words between Apple and enforcement of United States intensified again on Monday as her struggle versus national security staff prepared to go beyond the court and in the halls of Congress.

In testimony before a hearing published the long awaited Congress, Apple's chief lawyer argued that help unlock an iPhone used by a terrorist in San Bernardino ultimately create more crime. the attorney general of New York said the company devices were beyond the law and urged Congress to pass the encryption keys maintenance of new legislation for user data in the hands of technology giants.Both sides have asked Congress to resolve the conflict, although lawmakers and the Obama administration have resisted so far, either in setting encryption standards by legislation or assignment permanently in the territory of mathematicians.

The audience was further complicated Monday night when a New York judge rejected a similar legal challenge by the FBI to access an accused drug trafficker iPhone using the same legal basis as the case of San Bernardino.Bruce Sewell, general counsel for Apple, warned lawmakers on the Judiciary Committee of the House that FEBRUARY end 16 cut Apple to help break the FBI about the iPhone, if approved, create a digital vulnerability that endangers other US government imperative: cybersecurity.
If you have iphone right now, and if you think about it, is probably more information stored on iPhone than a thief could steal for breaking into his home, Manhattan which has said it has 175 iPhones pending the outcome of the case, said in his own testimony opening the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution, which protects against unwanted records, and not powerful encryption.
Vance prepared testimony, published on the website of the commission on Monday urged Congress to pass a law requiring companies like Apple to retain user keys to decrypt customer data. A November proposal, Vance's office said that Congress require any phone manufactured or sold in the US "
to be unlocked, or you can access your data, the designer of the operating system" under a court order.
Sewell and Vance testify after General James Comey, FBI director, who has since 2014 publicly warned that the mobile encryption thorough jeopardize the implementation of the law.The technology company disagrees with the application of US law and some members of Congress for his refusal to cooperate further in undermining the password protection on the iPhone 5C San Bernardino murderer Syed Farook.  

 Sewell wrote that the operating system asks the court order, FBiOS nicknamed by technicians, "does not exist - because it would be too dangerous." Sewell testify that encryption ultimately presented a resolution to the double challenge of cybersecurity and privacy.
Sewell say that the company had cooperated in every possible way with the FBI after the murders, in which Farook Malik and his wife Tashfeen killed 14 people and wounded 22 before being killed in a shootout with police.We have a team of dedicated professionals
who work for 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to help police, Sewell testify.

Tensions have increased in the relationship between Apple and the White House about the order requested by the Department of Justice.Spokesman Josh Earnest White House said the case was a narrow road in a press conference two weeks ago. "The Justice Department are not asking Apple to redesign your product or to create a new back door of one of its products, which are simply asking for something that would have an impact on this device.
 Vance  saying that the individual phone hacking was different from cyber crime on a large scale, such as intrusion into the Office of Personnel Management.  large-scale violations involving institutional data Home Depot, Target and other big companies," he will testify on Tuesday. 


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