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Stephen Wong: FBI unlocked suspect’s iPhone was an exceptional case

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FBI used an alternative method to unlock the iPhone of Farook, the suspect who involved in the San Bernardino. Stephen Wong, Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, thought the act of FBI was an exceptional case.


Apple Inc. rejected to help FBI to unlock the iPhone. Wong said, it was reasonable that Apple Inc. had to protect the user privacy. He emphasized, exceptional situation should be considered when protecting privacy, including cases that related to national security, crime and public interest.


Wong added, privacy protection was a legal responsibility. He thought even the Safe Harbor, a regulation handling personal data of European citizen, was not comprehensive enough.


--135075 2016年3月29日 (二) 17:37 (UTC)

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