After Google's very scary sounding Project Zero security report suggesting groups making a "sustained effort to hack the users of iPhones in certain communities over a period of at least two years", Apple has struck back.
Google's video-sharing site YouTube has started to ban videos that show users how to get past software restrictions and provide instructions on information security.
A member of Google's Project Zero security team has asked Apple chief executive Tim Cook to change the company's culture as far as iOS security goes, saying Apple merely fixes bugs and does not try to remove the systemic roots that lead to such vulnerabilities.
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