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  1. Maura

    The FBI is Trying to Unlock Another Terrorist’s iPhone

    Wired reports that following on from the controversy earlier in the year when the FBI got a court order to try to force Apple to help it to unlock the iPhone 5c that belonged to the San Bernardino shooter (Apple refused to help and the FBI eventually cracked it on its own, paying more than $1.2...
  2. Maura

    Cracking the San Bernardino Terrorist’s iPhone Cost the FBI Over $1.3 Million

    Reuters reports that FBI director James Comey has revealed at the Aspen Security Forum in London that it cost the agency more to gain access to the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone than Comey will make in the next 7 years and 4 months that he is in his current job. It doesn’t take too long to...
  3. Maura

    UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Supports Apple in Phone Privacy Case

    As we’ve already seen today, many high profile companies and individual have offered their support to Apple in the on-going court battle with the FBI regarding the unlocking of the iPhone belonging to the San Bernardino terrorist. Now, another very high profile representative of the United...
  4. Maura

    DOJ Wants to Crack 12 Other iPhones as Zuckerberg Says He’s “Pretty Sympathetic” to Apple

    The privacy controversy between Apple and the FBI continues apace today, with 9to5 Mac reporting on the latest developments. According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is looking to obtain data from at least 12 other iPhones in order to solve...