In episode 122 for May 25th 2020: Apple and the US Government dispute over law enforcement backdoors in Apple products, secure messaging app Signal starts to move away from using phone numbers as user IDs, and details on the EasyJet data breach affecting 9 million customers.

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Apple Calls FBI Comments on Lack of Help Unlocking Florida Shooter’s iPhone an ‘Excuse to Weaken Encryption’

Signal to move away from using phone numbers as user IDs

British Airline EasyJet Suffers Data Breach Exposing 9 Million Customers’ Data

EasyJet official data breach statement

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