One Year After San Bernardino Terror Attack, Internet History Provides Clues To Motive
Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik listened to radical sermons, pledged their allegiance to ISIS, and were upset by Christmas celebrations, but why they targeted Farook's co-workers at a holiday lunch remains unknown.
San Bernardino Survivor's Husband To Judge: Terrorist iPhone “Unlikely” To Hold Valuable Information
"This was a work phone. My wife also had an iPhone issued by the County and she did not use it for any personal communication," Salihin Kondoker wrote in a friend-of-the-court brief in Apple's legal dispute with the FBI.
Apple Helped The Government Extract Data Before. Here’s Why Things Are Different Now
The government says Apple has helped it extract data from iPhones roughly 70 times in the past, but Apple has never done what a court is ordering it do now: create software to crack its own security features for the FBI. An FBiOS, if you will.
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.
Here Are The Victims That Have Been Identified In The San Bernardino Shooting
Tributes began to pour in on Thursday for some of the 14 people who were killed on Wednesday in a shooting spree in San Bernardino. Here are some of their stories. This post will be updated with more victim tributes as they are confirmed.