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Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a letter to staff that despite a federal judge siding with the company, the case was settled with the FTC to avoid a "long and distracting legal fight."
Shareholders of the two largest U.S. telcos are getting twitchy about U.S. surveillance and the possible complicity by the companies' that they're helping to fund.
The secretive court suspends operations until the government ends its shutdown. A number of Silicon Valley tech companies are battling the court for data disclosure transparency.
In a rare coup by government for private business, HM Revenue and Customs has nabbed the current Vodafone CIO to take up the same role at the U.K.'s tax office.