American human rights activists have demanded that Apple completely abandon plans to scan photos of iPhone owners. The corresponding statement is published on website the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFP).
The nonprofit said in a statement that they are pleased that Apple has heeded the public’s concerns. Activists cite the interests of clients, researchers, civil liberties organizations, human rights activists, LGBT people, youth and other ages. “However, the company must go further than just listening and completely abandon plans to install a backdoor in its encryption system,” the EFP said in a statement.