Friday February 21, 2020

Leaders’ questions and answers

Emily Maree is back with another six questions for six experts

6th March, 2016
Ronan Furlong

1. Apple is fighting the FBI over the access of information held on locked iPhones following the San Bernardino shootings. Do you think Apple should comply with the demand and why?

2. Twitter has just launched a feature that gives access to thousands of gifs by using keywords. As an app that is struggling to build its core userbase, why do you think Twitter is bringing in changes like this and its longer Tweet...

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