Once again the FBI has asked for Apple's assistance in breaking into a mobile device used by a mass shooter. Apple once again has told the FBI...NO! Is your data safe from attackers on an iPhone? Does Apple's security model prevent them from giving access to the FBI? KDE is making a soft landing spot for Windows 7 users if they're looking to KDE as an alternative to Windows 10!
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