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Apple has found an unlikely ally in its fight against iPhone backdoors: the former head of the office responsible for spying.

Michael Hayden, who at different times was the head of the NSA and CIA, told USA Today’s Susan Page that he’s against legislation that would require tech companies to create so-called “backdoors” that would make it easier for law enforcement to access devices like smartphones and computers.

Apple has found an unlikely ally in its fight against iPhone backdoors: the former head of the office responsible for spying.

Michael Hayden, who at different times was the head of the NSA and CIA, told USA Today’s Susan Page that he’s against legislation that would require tech companies to create so-called “backdoors” that would make it easier for law enforcement to access devices like smartphones and computers.