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[商业新闻] 2016-03-11&03-13 苹果公司与FBI在国会激烈交锋

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Apple to U.S. lawmakers: Privacy at stake if it helps FBI   

FireEye Asia Pacific Chief Technology Officer Bryce Boland says Apple could set a bad precedent for privacy rights if it opens up to the FBI.


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[Homework]2016-03-11&03-13 苹果公司与FBI在国会激烈交锋

If you look at this as a precedent as well, it's unheard of for the US government to ask a private company to build a technology to defeat their own security, and the broader implications are that of course would be that none US technologies will be favored in the market, that will have a huge impact on the US economy, and that technology based economy is enormously important for the US in terms of both of its hard and soft power projection.
So that would put the United States at a competitive disadvantage, I also have to ask why is it that the FBI needs to ask Apple to weaken its security, because you know in the post Snowden era, a lot of people out there we were kind of under the assumption that if the US government wants access to data, mobile data, they will be able to get it without asking for a company's permission.
Well, this is a pretty interesting case, in this example the specific phone had the ability to be backed up to the iCloud, unfortunately the FBI directed that the iCloud password be changed,and as a result they are not able to get a recent iCloud backup which will enable them to do that type of forensics, instead they are asking for this specific new operating system to be built to enable the FBI to bypass the encryption protections and to gain access to the code that way, of course trading this at all is very very dangerous, not only would other governments want it, but criminals would also want it, and the chances of getting hold of it are fairly good.
I have to ask you about this interesting case out of Brazil involving a Facebook executive, this Facebook executive has been detained for failing to comply to court orders to hand over a user's account data from a Whatsapp account, Whatsapp of course being part of Facebook, this is information relation to a drug trafficking investigation in Brazil, are we going to see this happen more and more the governments around the world * tech companies, and say hand over your user data.
I think we absolutely are, in fact one of the arguments I think for Apple in this case is the fact that other governments could * ask them to giving up the same technology, and we've seen this also with Microsoft making the same argument about why they shouldn't give up access to information and their data sent in Europe to the United States government, there'll be nothing to stop other governments demanding the same about data sent in the United States, so we need to look at this as a much broader issue, it's not just about one particular case, one particular phone, it's really about the broader needs of security and how we use that security in our modern economies.


                                                   
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[Homework]2016-03-11&03-13 苹果公司与FBI在国会激烈交锋

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If you look at this as a president aswell. It's unheard of for the U.S. government to ask a private company to buildtechnology to feed their own security. The broader implication of that coursewould be that non-U.S. technology would be favored in the market. That wouldhave huge impact on the U.S. economy. That technology-based economy isenormously important for the U.S. simpolity quit for hard and soft powerprediction.
That would put United States in thecompetitive disadvantage. As soft why is it that the FBI needs ask Apple toregain the security? Because you know, in the post-undeon era,a lot people out there we were kind of under the assumption that if governmentwants access to the data, mobile data. It will be able to get it without askthe company's permission.
Well, this is pretty interesting case. Inthis example, the specific phone had the ability to be backed up the icloud.Unfortunately, the FBI directly icloud password would be changed that resultthat nobody gives the recent icloud back up which would enable them to do thetop intance. Instead, they are asking for this specific new operating system tobe built to enable the FBI to bypass the encryption pertation and gain accessto the code that way. Of course, trading this tool is very very dangerous. Notany our government wanted it but criminals would also wanted it. The chances ofgetting hold of it fair good.
Is really asking you about thisinteresting case out of Brazil involving a Facebook executive? This Facebookexecutive has been detained for failing to compile the quote order to hand overusers account data from what's up account. What's up of course being part ofFacebook. This is information relation to a drug trafficking investigation inBrazil. Are we gonna see this happened more and more? Just government aroundstrong arming tech-companies to say hand over your user data.
I think we absolutely effect. One of the arguments,I think, for Apple in this case is the fact that our government could strongarm them for giving up for science technology. And we've seen this also with Microsoft met the same argument what theyshouldn't give up access to information and data things in Europe to the UnitedState's government. Be nothing to stop other governments’ demand the same about data things does in United States.So we need to look at this is much broader issue. This is not just about oneparticular case, one particular phone, it's really about broader of securityand how we use this security and how modern the economy.


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If you look at this as a president aswell. It's unheard of for the U.S. government to ask a private company to buildtechnology to feed their own security. The broader implication of that coursewould be that non-U.S. technology would be favored in the market. That wouldhave huge impact on the U.S. economy. That technology-based economy isenormously important for the U.S. simpolity quit for hard and soft powerprediction.
That would put United States in thecompetitive disadvantage. As soft why is it that the FBI needs ask Apple toregain the security? Because you know, in the post-undeon era,a lot people out there we were kind of under the assumption that if governmentwants access to the data, mobile data. It will be able to get it without askthe company's permission.
Well, this is pretty interesting case. Inthis example, the specific phone had the ability to be backed up the icloud.Unfortunately, the FBI directly icloud password would be changed that resultthat nobody gives the recent icloud back up which would enable them to do thetop intance. Instead, they are asking for this specific new operating system tobe built to enable the FBI to bypass the encryption pertation and gain accessto the code that way. Of course, trading this tool is very very dangerous. Notany our government wanted it but criminals would also wanted it. The chances ofgetting hold of it fair good.
Is really asking you about thisinteresting case out of Brazil involving a Facebook executive? This Facebookexecutive has been detained for failing to compile the quote order to hand overusers account data from what's up account. What's up of course being part ofFacebook. This is information relation to a drug trafficking investigation inBrazil. Are we gonna see this happened more and more? Just government aroundstrong arming tech-companies to say hand over your user data.
I think we absolutely effect. One of the arguments,I think, for Apple in this case is the fact that our government could strongarm them for giving up for science technology. And we've seen this also with Microsoft met the same argument what theyshouldn't give up access to information and data things in Europe to the UnitedState's government. Be nothing to stop other governments’ demand the same about data things does in United States.So we need to look at this is much broader issue. This is not just about oneparticular case, one particular phone, it's really about broader of securityand how we use this security and how modern the economy.

[Homework]2016-03-11&03-13 苹果公司与FBI在国会激烈交锋

If you look at this as precedent as well, its unheard of for the US government to ask a private company to build a technology to defeat their own securiy, and the brutal of that  of course would be that the non-us technologys would be favored in the market, they would have huge impact on US economy and that technology-based economy is enormously imprtant for the US in terms of hard and soft power production.

so that would put the US in the competetive disadvantage, em, I also have to ask why is it that the FBI need to ask Apple to weaken its security,becoz you know in post Snowden era, a lot of people out there, we would kind of under the assumption that if the US government wants access to data, mobile data, it would be able to get it without getting for company's permission.


well, this is a pretty interesting case, In this example, this specific file had the ablitiy to be backed up to the icloud unfortunately the FBI directed the icloud pass will be changed,  as a result, they are not able to get a recent icloud backup which would able to do that type of forensics. In stead, they are asking this specific new operating system to be built to enable the FBI to bypath the encryption protections to gain access to the code that way. Of course training this tool is very very dangerous, not only with the governments want it but criminals would also want to have a chance to getting hold of it.I figure


I hv to ask you about this interesting case out in Brazil involving a facebook executive, this facebook executive has been detained for failing to complying the court orders to handover users account data from whatsapp account, whatsapp of course been a part of facebook. This information related to a drug trafficking inverstigation in brazil. are we gonna see this happen more and more, just government around world strongarming tech companies say, handover your user data


I think we absolutely are, in fact one of the arguments I think for Apple in this case is the fact that other governments could strongarm them to giving up the same technology, and we've seen this also with Microsoft making the same argument about why they shouldn't give up access to information and their data sent in Europe to the United States government, there'll be nothing to stop other governments demanding the same about data sent in the United States, so we need to look at this as a much broader issue, it's not just about one particular case, one particular phone, it's really about the broader needs of security and how we use that security in our modern economies.

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If you look at this as precedent as well, it’s unheard of for the US government to ask private company to build a techonology to defeat unsecurity, and the border implication of that, of course would be non-US techonologies will be favored in the market, they will have a huge impact on US economy and then techonology based economy is noromous important for the US in terms of both hard and soft power projection.

So that would put United States the compatitive disadvantage, else I have to ask why is it that FBI needs to ask Apple to weaken its security, because you know in the post Snownden era, a lot of people out of there, we were kind of under the assumption that the US government wants access to the date,mobile date, it will be able to get it without asking for company’s permission.

Well. This is pretty interesting case, in this example that specific phone had the ability to back up ot the Icloud, and unforturely the FBI direct that Icloud passward will be changed, as result that everybody get recent Icloud back-up, which would enble to do that type of forensics, instead of they are asking for the specific new operating system to be built, to enble FBI to bypass the encryptions and to gain access to code that way, of course trading this at all is very very dangerous, not only would governments wanted, but the criminals also wanted, and chance of getting hold of it are fairly good.

Separately, I have to ask about this, intersting case at Brazil, involving Facebook executive, this Facebook executive has been detianed for failling to complain code orders hand over users’ account data from Whatsapp account, Whatsapp of course being part of Facebook, this information relation to drug trafficing investigation in Brazil, Are we gonna see this happen more and more just governments around world strong arming tech-company, it's say hand over your users’ date?

I think we are absolutely effected, one of the arguments I think for Apples in this case, is the fact that other governments could strong arms to giving up the same techonology, and we’ve seen this also with Micsoft making the same argument about why they shouldn’t give up access to information that data sent in Europe, to the United States government. There’ll be nothing to stop other governments demanding the same about date sent in United States, so we need to look at this a much border issue, it’s not just about one particular case, one particular phone, it’s really border needs of security and How we ues that security in our modern economies
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If you look at this as precedent as well, it’s unheard of for the US government to ask private company to build a techonology to defeat unsecurity, and the border implication of that, of course would be non-US techonologies will be favored in the market, they will have a huge impact on US economy and then techonology based economy is noromous important for the US in terms of both hard and soft power projection.

So that would put United States the compatitive disadvantage, else I have to ask why is it that FBI needs to ask Apple to weaken its security, because you know in the post Snownden era, a lot of people out of there, we were kind of under the assumption that the US government wants access to the date,mobile date, it will be able to get it without asking for company’s permission.

Well. This is pretty interesting case, in this example that specific phone had the ability to back up ot the Icloud, and unforturely the FBI direct that Icloud passward will be changed, as result that everybody get recent Icloud back-up, which would enble to do that type of forensics, instead of they are asking for the specific new operating system to be built, to enble FBI to bypass the encryptions and to gain access to code that way, of course trading this at all is very very dangerous, not only would governments wanted, but the criminals also wanted, and chance of getting hold of it are fairly good.

Separately, I have to ask about this, intersting case at Brazil, involving Facebook executive, this Facebook executive has been detianed for failling to complain code orders hand over users’ account data from Whatsapp account, Whatsapp of course being part of Facebook, this information relation to drug trafficing investigation in Brazil, Are we gonna see this happen more and more just governments around world strong arming tech-company, it's say hand over your users’ date?

I think we are absolutely effected, one of the arguments I think for Apples in this case, is the fact that other governments could strong arms to giving up the same techonology, and we’ve seen this also with Micsoft making the same argument about why they shouldn’t give up access to information that data sent in Europe, to the United States government. There’ll be nothing to stop other governments demanding the same about date sent in United States, so we need to look at this a much border issue, it’s not just about one particular case, one particular phone, it’s really border needs of security and How we ues that security in our modern economies
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[Homework]2016-03-11&03-13 苹果公司与FBI在国会激烈交锋

If you look at this as a precedent as well, it's unheard of for the US government to ask private company to build a technology to defeat their unsecurity. And the broad application of that, of course, would be that non-US technologies would be favored in the market. That will have a huge impact on the US economy and that technology-based company is enormousely important for the US intimacy of both hard and soft power prediction.
So that would put united states in a competitive of disadvantage.As of us, why is it that the FBI needs to ask apple to recon its security, because  you know in a post ?, a lot of people of there, we were kind of under the assumption that as few as government wants access to data, mobile data.It will be able to get it without asking for a company's permission.
while, this is a pretty interesting case. In this example, the specific phone had bibly to be backed up to the icloud and fortunately the FBI director states that the ipod password will be changed. And as a result,then now Everybody get a recent icloud backup which enables them to do that top of ?
instead, they are asking for this specific new operating system to be built to enable the FBI to bypass the incriptions protections and to gain access to the code that way.of course, trading this toll is very very dangerous.Not only the government wanted but criminals would aslo wanted and  chances of getting hold of it is fairly good.
I've been asking you about this interesting case at Brazil involving a facebook executive.This facebook executive has been detained for failing to comply to court orders to  hand over users' counnted from what's up can what's up of course been part of facebook. This is the information relation to a drug traffic investigation in Brazil.Are we going to see this happen more and more just government around the world strong-army tech-company hand over your user data?
I think we absolutely are an fight.
one of the argument i think for Apple in this case is the fact that as the government  could strong-arm them to give up the same technology and we see this also with mocrosoft net has the same argument about wether they should give up access to information their thing in Europe to United States government.
there will be nothing to stop other government demining the same about that thing in united states.
So we need to look at this as a much broader issue. It's not just about one particular case one particular phone. It's really about the broad nets of security and how we use the security in our modern economies.
                                                   
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[Homework]2016-03-11&03-13 苹果公司与FBI在国会激烈交锋

If you look at this as a precedent as well, it's unheard of for the US government to ask private company to build a technology to defeat their unsecurity. And the broad application of that, of course, would be that non-US technologies would be favored in the market. That will have a huge impact on the US economy and that technology-based company is enormousely important for the US intimacy of both hard and soft power prediction.
So that would put united states in a competitive of disadvantage.As of us, why is it that the FBI needs to ask apple to recon its security, because  you know in a post ?, a lot of people of there, we were kind of under the assumption that as few as government wants access to data, mobile data.It will be able to get it without asking for a company's permission.
while, this is a pretty interesting case. In this example, the specific phone had bibly to be backed up to the icloud and fortunately the FBI director states that the ipod password will be changed. And as a result,then now Everybody get a recent icloud backup which enables them to do that top of ?
instead, they are asking for this specific new operating system to be built to enable the FBI to bypass the incriptions protections and to gain access to the code that way.of course, trading this toll is very very dangerous.Not only the government wanted but criminals would aslo wanted and  chances of getting hold of it is fairly good.
I've been asking you about this interesting case at Brazil involving a facebook executive.This facebook executive has been detained for failing to comply to court orders to  hand over users' counnted from what's up can what's up of course been part of facebook. This is the information relation to a drug traffic investigation in Brazil.Are we going to see this happen more and more just government around the world strong-army tech-company hand over your user data?
I think we absolutely are an fight.
one of the argument i think for Apple in this case is the fact that as the government  could strong-arm them to give up the same technology and we see this also with mocrosoft net has the same argument about wether they should give up access to information their thing in Europe to United States government.
there will be nothing to stop other government demining the same about that thing in united states.
So we need to look at this as a much broader issue. It's not just about one particular case one particular phone. It's really about the broad nets of security and how we use the security in our modern economies.
                                                   
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If you look at this as a precedent as well, it’s unheard of for the U.S. government to ask private company to build a technology to defeat their security. And the broader applications of that of course would be that non U.S. technologies would be favored in the market. That will have a huge impact on the U.S. economy, and that technology-based economy is enormously important for the U.S. in terms of both hard and soft power prediction.

So that would put the United States at a competitive disadvantage. I also have to ask why is that that the FBI needs to ask Apple to weaken its security, because you know, in the post-modern era, a lot of people out there, we were kind of under the assumption that if the U.S. government wants access to data, mobile data, it’ll be able to get it without asking for a company’s permission.

Well, this is a pretty interesting case. In this example, this specific phone had X to be baked up to the iCloud. Unfortunately, the FBI directed that the iCloud password would be changed as result that not everybody gets a recent iCloud backup, which would enable them to do that type of forensics. Instead they are asking for this specific new operating system to be built, to enable the FBI to bypass the encryption protections and to gain access to the code that way. Of course, trading this tool is very, very dangerous. Not only would the governments want it, but criminals would also want it, and chances of getting hold of it are fairly good.

Separately(?) I have to ask you about this interesting case at Brazil involving a Facebook executive. This Facebook executive has been detained for failing to comply to court orders to hand over users’ account data from a Whatsapp account, Whatsapp of course being part of Facebook. This is information relation to a drug trafficking investigation in Brazil. Are we gonna see this happen more and more, just governments around the world strong-arming tech companies saying: “Hey, hand over your user data.”

I think we absolutely are. In fact, one of the arguments I think for Apple in this case is the fact that other governments could strong-arm them to giving up the same technology. And we’ve seen this also with Microsoft making the same argument about why they shouldn’t give up access to information in their data sink in Europe to the United States government. There’ll be nothing to stop other governments demanding the same about data sink in the United States. So we need to look at this as a much broader issue. It’s not just about one particular case, one particular phone. It’s really about the broader needs of security and how we use that security in our modern economies.
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