Congress Wants Written Answers from Apple on FaceTime Privacy Glitch

Apple is not getting off so easily with the FaceTime privacy violation incident. Two members of the US Congress are “deeply troubled” that the company didn’t immediately address the software glitch end demand further explanations for an issue they think could easily create “ultimate spying machines,” writes Reuters.

House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Frank Pallone and Representative Jan Schakowsky, both Democrats, wrote a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook demanding to know when the company was first made aware of the privacy intrusion, how consumer privacy may have been affected and “whether there are other undisclosed bugs that currently exist and have not been addressed.”

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