Since the passing of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, the most charismatic member of the company's public-facing team has been senior vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi
On Sunday, Federighi used some of that social capital to push Apple's message forward regarding its privacy policies in the face of pressure from the FBI to modify those policies in favor of the government
Appearing in the Washington Post, the op-ed wastes no time and dives right into the heart of the issue
"Our team must work tirelessly to stay one step ahead of criminal attackers who seek to pry into personal information and even co-opt devices to commit broader assaults that endanger us all," wrote Federighi. "The encryption technology built into today’s iPhone represents the best data security available to consumers." Read more...