Hanni Fakhoury, an attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation privacy group, said it was "ridiculous" that it has taken so much prying to glean just basic information about the device and its use.

"It's secrecy for the sake of secrecy," he said. "Now they're dismissing cases rather than disclosing information -- that's not in the public's interest. We're not asking for a blueprint, just some transparency."

Saturday, March 28, 2015
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