Jun 07 2017
The news that Apple is assisting United Kingdom law enforcement is not surprising but comes at a pivotal time.
"We have been co-operating with the UK Government not only in law enforcement kind of matters but on some of the attacks", he said. He said that Apple responded promptly to all requests for data from the police (when, he added, "they've gone through the lawful process") and added that he hoped law enforcement "would say that we've been cooperating well". However, it has helped the government with information it has relating to the terror attacks.
Seven people were killed and 48 injured when three attackers ploughed a van into pedestrians before stabbing punters at nearby bars and restaurants in London Bridge on Saturday night.
Cook, however, did not reveal which attack (or attacks) he was referring to. There has been little detail on how the terrorists communicated with one another to plan the attacks, but Cook said that he believes Apple provided valuable information to the investigations.
The company was also involved in a stand-off with the Federal Bureau of Investigation a year ago over gaining access to the locked iPhone of a terror suspect.
Ravens Sign Cornerback Al-Hajj Shabazz
Boykin spent time with the Carolina Panthers and Chicago Bears in 2016, but hasn't appeared in a regular-season game since 2015. The move comes four days after Baltimore lost starting cornerback Tavon Young to a season-ending torn ACL.
Horgan urges Clark to recall legislature, citing softwood, drug crisis
After negotiations with both the Liberals and the NDP, the Greens chose to side with John Horgan's NDP. If Clark can't win the confidence of the legislature, she would be expected to resign.
England, Bangladesh to lock horns in Champions Trophy opener today
Medium pacer Plunkett was the pick of the bowlers for England , taking four wickets in his 10 overs and conceding 59 runs. The first game between England and Bangladesh at the Oval today will get the eighth edition of the tournament under way.
The environment wasn't the only political difference with Trump that Cook expressed during the interview.
Apple has assisted police in the United Kingdom investigate terrorists by sharing information about its users, the company has revealed. Cook sent an email to staff last week reassuring them that Apple would continue to protect the environment.
However, much of Cook's talk with Bloomberg centered on government affairs, including President Donald Trump's decision last week to remove the US from the Paris climate accord.
Cook further stated that encryption works differently than you might think as there is some scope for building the profile of an individual using metadata - not the exact info but some of it.
"He didn't decide what I wanted him to decide", Cook said of the president.
Jun 07 2017
Backed Syrian Fighters Launch Offensive On Raqqa
The monitor recorded the coalition's deadliest month for Syrian civilians between April 23 and May 23, with 225 civilians killed. But a showdown for the city itself will prove a major test for the coalition, with the potential for high civilian casualties.
Jun 06 2017
Russian agents 'hacked USA voting system manufacturer before election'
According to Justice's press release, victor admitted to knowingly printing classified information and sending it to the media. A further audit of the six individuals' desk computers revealed that victor had e-mail contact with the News Outlet.
Jun 06 2017
Goldman Sachs USD2.8 Bn Venezuelan bonds purchase creates uproar
According to Reuters , Goldman Sachs acquired the bonds from New York-based investment firm Dinosaur Financial Group. Likely the most frustrating aspect for Goldman is the fact that they didn't even buy the bonds from the government.
Jun 05 2017
Trump wants fair deal for Americans under Paris agreement: WH
Trump on Wednesday declared that abandoning the Paris climate agreement would be a victory for the American economy. During Trump's overseas trip last week, European leaders pressed him to keep the U.S.in the landmark agreement.
Jun 04 2017
China's Li appeals to Germany for help with certifying C919 jet
While traveling overseas last week, Trump was repeatedly pressed to stay in the deal by European leaders and the Vatican. Spokesman Dmitry Peskov added that its implementation will not be as effective "without the key signatories".
Jun 04 2017
London Bridge Closed Following Reports That Vehicle Plowed Into Pedestrians
MARTIN: In a minute, I'm going to ask you to tell us about the area, about central London, for people who aren't familiar with it. Police treated injured on the bridge, buildings in the area were evacuated and subway stations in the area shut down.
Jun 04 2017
Saina bows out, Sai Praneeth advances to final in Thailand
However, the London Olympic bronze medallist has not had a good season, barring her Malaysia Masters win earlier this year. Saina made her task hard by committing a large number of unforced errors in the second game of her match .
Jun 03 2017
Police arrest man after theft from OR train stabbing victim
Tschaggeny was wearing Best's wedding band at the time of his arrest, and police said the victim's book bag was recovered nearby. The Portland Police Bureau tweeted news of the arrest Friday, but did not immediately release the man's name.
Jun 02 2017
Djokovic makes winning French Open start on Agassi's watch
Djokovic's first match with Andre Agassi as coach could hardly have gone better, although he confirmed later it would be a short first stint.
Jun 02 2017
Private Survey: Companies added a solid 253000 jobs in May
The U.S. central bank said "most" districts had cited worker shortages across a broadening range of occupations and regions. Almost 40 percent of the job cuts were announced by Ford Motor Co, according to the report.
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