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Apple launched the Everyone Can Code Initiative and Apple Teacher Program in an effort to deliver a computer science curriculum for students to learn how to code, join President Obama’s ConnectED initiative, and give $100 million to 114 schools. […]

FBI Director James Comey speaks Aug. 30 at the Symantec Government Symposium in Washington, D.C. (Photo: MeriTalk)
iPhone security

A Federal court order would force Apple to unlock the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists for the FBI. But the FBI versus Apple standoff has little to do with government surveillance powers and even less to do with imperiling the security of dissidents around the world. That’s just what the post-Snowden cottage industry of privacy-at-all-costs advocates, and Apple, want you to believe.



Apple CEO Tim Cook has vowed to fight Uncle Sam’s request that the company create software that would help the FBI circumvent the security protections on the iPhone used by one of the terrorists in the December massacre in San Bernardino, calling the step “too dangerous.” Also, there’s buzz around the Department of Homeland Security’s social media monitoring.