Apple employees announce strike to demand better working conditions

U.S. 12/24/21, 18:05

A group of Apple Inc. workers announced that they would go on strike on Dec. 24, and asked customers to show their solidarity by urging them not to buy Apple products on that day in the United States.  This is the Apple Together group, which includes the retail channel, the extended ...

Apple removes popular religious apps in China at the regime’s request

China 10/16/21, 15:46

Apple, the U.S.-based BigTech giant, showed its complicity with the Chinese Communist regime in the religious persecution of its citizens by giving in to pressure to remove apps with biblical and Koranic content.  Several reports confirmed that during the last week the most popular religious apps in China were removed from ...

Apple urges software update over ‘zero-click’ spyware

Tech 09/14/21, 04:34

Apple urges users to update their devices after terrifying spyware was detected by a cyber-surveillance company on Monday, Sept. 13.  According to Reuters, Internet security watchdog group Citizen Lab was the first to identify the flaw, which allows hackers to access devices through the iMessage service even if the user does ...

Campaigners urge Apple to abandon child sexual abuse material software

Tech 08/20/21, 00:23

A global coalition of more than 90 civil rights and policy organizations is pressing Apple to drop its plans to monitor consumer images as a measure to counter child abuse material. The tech giant earlier this month announced that it would add a function to the iPhone that would scan photographs ...

Concerns over Apple’s new system to detect child abuse material

Tech 08/07/21, 17:29

Some companies saw the new technology introduced by the tech giant as a threat to user privacy. On Thursday, August 5, Apple unveiled a new advance for combating Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). The technology was said to help counter predators who could exploit communication tools to recruit and exploit children.  Before ...

Apple will scan iPhones for child abuse images despite privacy concerns

Tech 08/06/21, 16:56

Apple will begin scanning U.S. phones for child sexual abuse images, a move that could raise concerns about security and privacy. The tech giant plans to roll out software that will scan Americans' iPhones to detect child sexual abuse images and report them to law enforcement in a way it says ...

Congressmen propose drastic changes in antitrust law to crack down on Big Tech

D.C. 06/12/21, 01:33

A group of congressional lawmakers is aiming at tech giants with their antitrust concerns. They proposed five anti-trust bills which could force big tech to overhaul or even break up the sector's increasingly dominant business empires. The package bills introduced by a bipartisan group in Congress on Friday, June 11, primarily ...

Parler will be back on Appstore

U.S. 04/20/21, 16:47

In a letter on Monday, Apple wrote that since Parler had agreed to modify its content, the free speech app will be returned to the iOS market for download. In the letter sent to members of Congress, including Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) and Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), senior Apple director for ...

Antitrust: CEOs of Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple to testify before Congress

U.S. 07/03/20, 14:01

The CEOs of Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple have pledged to testify before the House Judiciary Committee, which is continuing its inquiry into allegations that these large companies dominate the online advertising market, Fox News confirmed. The move has the support of both the Republicans and Democrats, in addition to British ...

Apple focuses on speed, privacy with new software

U.S. 06/04/19, 08:14

Apple on Monday, June 3, announced upcoming changes to its phone and computer software intended to highlight its increasing emphasis on digital services and to further position it as a fierce guardian of personal privacy. Julie Ask a technology analyst at Forrester Research, said, "There's a lot more transparency of ...

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