In the week since our last podcast, a cathartic session with security expert and our friend Rich Mogull, Apple’s tiff with the FBI has been boiling away. Apple’s filed a motion to dismiss the order, got a small victory in a different but related case in New York, and as we sat down to record, the company’s chief counsel and senior VP, Bruce Sewell, was sitting down in front of the House Judiciary Committee.
So there’s plenty more to obsess over in this story, but that’s not the only thing we have to discuss. We also follow up on why that weird Error 53 message was so cryptic, and our expectations for the next Apple event.
Apple issues a fix for ethernet disabled by a recent OS X update by Roman Loyola
What Apple did and didn’t do when China knocked on its backdoor by Bill Powell, for Newsweek
Apple hires developer behind Signal, Edward Snowden’s favorite secure chat app by Jon Russell, for TechCrunch
Commuications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (Wikipedia)
Former NSA director: In Apple vs. FBI, many top gov’t officials side with Apple by Andrew Nusca, for Fortune
Report: Apple’s iPhone event is March 21, day before FBI court hearing by Oscar Raymundo and Caitlin McGarry
iPhone 5se rumors: Might be called just the iPhone SE by Oscar Raymundo
iPad Air 3 rumors: It’s actually a mini iPad Pro with a crazy good camera by Caitlin McGarry
How a Pro model could change the iPhone by Michael Simon
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