Apple published a formal report yesterday on federal government data requests, All Things Digital reports. In it, Apple says its business “does not depend on collecting personal data … We have no interest in amassing personal information about our customers. We protect personal conversations by providing end-to-end encryption over iMessage and FaceTime. We do not store location data, Maps searches or Siri requests in any identifiable form.” It adds that the U.S. government doesn’t allow it to disclose the number of national security orders “or whether content, such as e-mails, was disclosed” and that it opposes such a gag order. Earlier this week, the company lobbied for restrictions on government surveillance.
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