Jack Nicas

New York Times reporter

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"We found that Apple had made serious compromises in how it was storing that [iCloud] data, including a decision to essentially allow Chinese government employees to physically manage…

Apple prides itself on privacy protection — but not in China

"We found that Apple had made serious compromises in how it was storing that [iCloud] data, including a decision to essentially allow Chinese government employees to physically manage…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

This week, Apple released a software update that would let its device users decide whether to share their data and activities with apps and websites.

Apple’s software update blocks data tracking. Could that hurt Facebook's revenue?

This week, Apple released a software update that would let its device users decide whether to share their data and activities with apps and websites.

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While an industry has been growing behind the development of unmanned drones, the Federal Aviation Administration has been drawing up rules for what’s already “the busiest, most…

How High Will They Fly? A Peek at New Drone Rules

While an industry has been growing behind the development of unmanned drones, the Federal Aviation Administration has been drawing up rules for what’s already “the busiest, most…

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