Read Apple’s letter to Congress denying spy chip report

Apple has come out swinging at last week’s Bloomberg spy chip report today with a new letter to some of the biggest tech watchdogs in Congress, flatly denying that any of the company’s servers were compromised through the use of microchips implanted by Chinese spies.

The letter which was previously reported but recently made publicly available assumes the same tough stance on the Bloomberg report that the company took on when it came out with its first press release last week. “Apple has never found malicious chips, ‘hardware manipulations’ or vulnerabilities purposely planted in any server,” wrote Apple’s vice president of information security George Stathakopoulos to the Senate Commerce and House Energy and Commerce Committees. “We…

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