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'Apps act' would make privacy disclosure a must
With more than 1.5 million apps now available for Android phones and Apple's iPhone, a congressman is proposing a law that would require mobile app developers to let users know what an app's privacy policies are when it comes to information being shared and the length of time the information is kept by a developer.

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Apple VP on Why No Backdoor Hack for iPhone
Answering questions from House members, Apple Senior Vice President and General Consul Bruce Sewell says that Apple offered technical assistance to the FBI, and that the company doesn't see a password unlock as beneficial, but that "bad people" would somehow exploit it.

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