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Apple’s Position on OUR Privacy

“We believe security shouldn’t come at the expense of individual privacy.”

And:

“Apple has never created a backdoor or master key to any of our products or services. We have also never allowed any government direct access to Apple servers. And we never will.”

via Dave Mark, Loop Insight, quoting from Apple’s own web site.

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