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History of Private Life

In five volumes from Belknap Press (Harvard) at http://www.hup.harvard.edu/collection.php?cpk=1094

Encryption, iPhones, Apple, and the Department of Justice NEW DATE

Originally scheduled for March 22, 2016 but pre-empted by events and then followed by pre-emption of revised date by weather. Keep your fingers crossed this time!

Joe and Jesse fill you on on (some of) what's going on with the Apple - Department of Justice/FBI battle of an encrypted iPhone used by one of the San Bernadino participants.

We'll talk about the issues and some incidental extras that have recently emerged such as:

Price List for Hacks

If you want to do some shopping for zero-day exploits, here's a price list reprinted by Wired in November 2015.

Price list.

This Just In on Encryption: DOJ requests delay

In a possibly unrelated (to Johns Hopkins) information, the Department of Justice requests a delay in the hearing scheduled for March 22, 2015.

Article from appleinsider

Motion to vacate (includes full text of previous Apple motion).

NYTimes article on why Apple doesn't pay bounties for bugs.

Kim Zetter on Apple's response

Interesting analysis of the latest government filings: here

(Kim Zetter is author of the excellent Countdown to Zero Day book from Crown. Purchase from Amazon here.)

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