Apple iPhone issue highlights security debate

Tuesday, 28 August 2007, 2:37 PM EST

What counts as private has to change if we're to get the most out of the network, argues Bill Thompson.

The long-term viability of the iPhone is unlikely to be seriously damaged by reports of a serious security vulnerability that allows hackers to take over the device.

At the BBC.

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