Lawmakers Give Apple CEO 2 Weeks To Answer Questions On FaceTime Bug
A pair of congressional lawmakers penned a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook Tuesday warning him he had two weeks to answer questions surrounding the FaceTime flaw that allowed users to eavesdrop on each other. Maria Medina reports. (2-5-2019)

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