Apple Exec Defends iPhone's Latest Update

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When Apple announced new iPhone software to combat child pornography, it set off a firestorm over privacy. WSJ’s Joanna Stern talked to Apple software chief Craig Federighi about why it sparked controversy and what it actually does.


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