'This is a specific case where the government is asking for access to information,' he says.
'Apple would gladly participate in such an effort,' the company wrote in a blog post.
The FBI is seeking the tech giant's help to access the shooter's phone, which is encrypted. The company so far has pushed back.
Apple's current CEO denounced a court order requiring the tech giant to help authorities search an iPhone used by one of the attackers who killed 14 people in San Bernardino, Calif., last year.
He argues it enables the social network to continue using minors' data and photos in its ads.
Clearly, the latest report from Pew shows we're conflicted, because we're still all on Facebook.
Companies lost between $375 and $575 billion last year on hack attacks, according to cybersecurity firm Digital Guardian.
The computer company is reportedly collecting data through its automatically enabled 'Sync' feature in Chrome.
It comes two and a half years after the controversial program was exposed by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
A program pre-installed on new laptops is susceptible to cyber intrusions.
Here's the Dell CEO's reasoning.
The measure is designed to ensure that clients' data remains in Germany.
The case raises questions about how much companies protect the privacy rights of their customers.
The company says that complying with the request will 'threaten the trust between Apple and its customers and substantially tarnish the brand.'