Company, not Cook, will be held responsible if Apple loses fight over FBI case, experts say

Article Image Although CEO Tim Cook could, theoretically, be put in prison if Apple continues to refuse the order to help the FBI unlock an iPhone belonging to San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook, more likely is that the company itself might be held in contempt, according to a pair of experts weighing in on the matter.

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Facing challenges from FBI, Apple vows to strengthen encryption even further

Article Image Should it successfully refuse a court order to help the FBI unlock Syed Farook’s iPhone, Apple will continue to strengthen its encryption, a report said on Wednesday, citing an anonymous Apple executive.

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New rules requiring U.S. carriers to unlock out-of-contract phones now in effect

America’s top wireless providers can no longer refuse to unlock devices for customers who have paid financing plans in full or completed their contract term under a new set of industry rules — agreed to over one year ago — which go into effect today.



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Amazon halts preorders of Warner Bros. Blu-rays & DVDs in latest contract dispute

Amazon has continued to refuse sales of certain products in its efforts to gain leverage in negotiations with content providers, this time blocking preorders of physical copies of popular upcoming releases from Warner Home Video, including blockbuster hits “The Lego Movie” and “300: Rise of an Empire.”



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