Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Police Asked Apple To About 341 Units

The Dutch police Apple has in the second half of last year asked for information on 341 Apple devices, according to a new Transparency Report of the tech company ( pdf ). It went to a total of 39 requests related to 341 devices.

Sixteen requests were granted by Apple. According to Apple will most requests for lost or stolen devices. In the first half of 2015 were still 25 requests filed with about 85 aircraft was searched. During that period twelve requests were honored.

In addition to information about devices, the police also sought information about Apple accounts. In the second half of 2015 was about thirteen data requests related to 13 Apple accounts. In five cases, data were presented. three more requests came in the first half of 2015 within the information requested on three accounts. In one case, when Apple decided to hand over information.

In addition, Apple also received three emergency requests from the police in the second half of last year. This relates to data requests made in an emergency, for example, to save a life or prevent injury. In the first half of 2015, it went to one emergency request.

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