[SecurityWeek] Apple Warns EU Law ‘Risks Destroying iPhone Security’

The EU’s proposed new rules to rein in tech giants risk undermining the security of the iPhone, Apple chief Tim Cook warned Wednesday.

The European Union last year unveiled tough draft rules targeting tech giants like Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook that could shake up the way Big Tech does business.

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[ZDNet] Australia’s ‘hacking’ Bill passes the Senate after House made 60 amendments

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