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Apple vs. FBI

Apple vs. FBI

FBI Will Not Reveal The San Bernardino iPhone Hack

Federal investigators say they know so little about the method used to crack the device, they won't submit it to the government's internal review process for disclosing cyber vulnerabilities in the public interest.

Justice Department Asks Judge To Reconsider New York iPhone Case

Government lawyers are appealing a court ruling that found it could not force Apple to pull data from an iPhone in a New York drug case. Apple says the government's logic "would start us down a slippery slope that threatens everyone’s safety and privacy.”

Tim Cook Asks FBI To Withdraw Order To Hack Terrorist's iPhone

In an all-hands memo to Apple employees and a public Q&A, Tim Cook asked the Justice Department to withdraw a court order that would force Apple to unlock the San Bernardino gunman’s iPhone, saying the company has already done everything within its power and the law to help in the case.

Encryption Legislation Looms Over Washington After Apple Court Order

“Apple chose to protect a dead ISIS terrorist's privacy over the security of the American people," Sen. Tom Cotton says, while Sen. Dianne Feinstein vows to introduce a bill to force Apple to comply with a court order giving the FBI access to the San Bernardino shooters' phone.

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