Apple, like its giant internet company comrades, has already denied having the foggiest notion of what PRISM is.
When the “they’re spying on everybody and everything” PRISM story broke two weeks ago, Apple told The Wall Street Journal in a statement that:
“We have never heard of PRISM. We do not provide any government agency with direct access to our servers.”
On the morning of June 17, Apple went beyond that terse statement to make a rare public statement insisting that customer privacy data is a priority for the company.