DEA can't wiretap iMessages, says they are a 'challenge for intercept'
DEA can't wiretap iMessages, says they are a 'challenge for intercept'
                                       

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DEA upset by inability to intercept Apple iMessage content

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New The US Drug Enforcement Administration is complaining that it can't intercept content on Apple's iMessage service, even with a warrant, according to an internal note obtained by CNet. "On February 21, 2013, the DEA San Jose Resident Office (SJRO) learned that text messages sent via iMessages between Apple products (iPhone,...
DEA upset by inability to intercept Apple iMessage content

The U.S. Government is Annoyed That It Can't Break Into Apple's iMessage

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New (Photo via Flickr.) The technology behind iMessage, Apple’s built-in chat service, is so complex that not even our nuclear-armed government can crack it. According to an internal memo issued by the Drug Enforcement Administration, and obtained by CNET, the government agency conceded that it can’t hack into the heavily encrypted software...
The U.S. Government is Annoyed That It Can't Break Into Apple's iMessage
Internal DEA document complains it's impossible to intercept iMessages

US DEA upset it can't break Apple's iMessage encryption

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Officials with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration are reportedly frustrated that they cannot crack Apple's iMessage encryption to listen in on suspects....
US DEA upset it can't break Apple's iMessage encryption

Apple Vets Carriers For 4G Performance Before Allowing iPhone 5 To Be Sold As An LTE Device

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Apple wants to ensure that customer experience with its iPhone 5 lives up to what the company is promising, and it will take strong measures to do so, including telling carriers when they can and can’t make the phone’s LTE capabilities available to subscribers. Generally speaking, carriers test to ensure devices meet...
Apple Vets Carriers For 4G Performance Before Allowing iPhone 5 To Be Sold As An LTE Device
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Investment in software companies tops $3 billion in the third quarter of 2012

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The software industry received $3.3 billion in funding during the third quarter of 2012, according to a dataset created by WhoGotFunded. This accounted for just over a quarter of all investments made throughout the same period. In comparison, venture capitalists put forward $12.5 billion through 1,046 funding deals worldwide during July,...
Investment in software companies tops $3 billion in the third quarter of 2012

Facebook anti-DEA rants spark criminal prosecution

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Federal judge OKs prosecution of man accused of posting anti-police rants on Facebook, saying dismissing criminal charges on free speech grounds would be "inappropriate." [Read more]...
Facebook anti-DEA rants spark criminal prosecution
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