Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#332 Amazon just removed encryption from the software powering Kindles, phones, and tablets
While Apple continues to resist a court order requiring it to help the FBI access a terrorist's phone, another major tech company just took a strange and unexpected step away from encryption.

Amazon has removed device encryption from the operating system that powers its Kindle e-reader, Fire Phone, Fire Tablet, and Fire TV devices.
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#332 Amazon just removed encryption from the software powering Kindles, phones, and tablets
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