Apple opens up — slightly — on Hong Kong's national security law

本帖最後由 Fanolian 於 2020-9-14 21:51 編輯 ... -national-security/
Apple said it was “assessing” the new law.

… But the company reiterated that it doesn’t receive requests for user content directly from Hong Kong. Instead, it relies on a long-established so-called mutual legal assistance treaty, allowing U.S. authorities to first review requests from foreign governments.

Apple said it stores iCloud data for Hong Kong users in the United States, so any requests by Hong Kong authorities for user content has to be first approved by the Justice Department, and a warrant has to be issued by a U.S. federal judge before the data can be handed over to Hong Kong.

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