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Unable to unlock gunman’s iPhones, the FBI (once again) asks for Apple’s help (updated)

Unable to unlock gunman’s iPhones, the FBI (once again) asks for...

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Update: Attorney General William Barr ratcheted up the standoff when, according to the New York Times, he declared the shooting an act of terrorism. Barr issued an extraordinarily high-profile call for Apple to provide access to the gunman's two iPhones. He also said that to date Apple has provided no “substantive assistance” in doing so.…
Unable to unlock gunman’s iPhones, the FBI (once again) asks for Apple’s help

Unable to unlock gunman’s iPhones, the FBI (once again) asks for...

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In a move that may signal another high-stakes clash over encryption, the FBI is asking Apple for help decrypting two iPhones believed to have belonged to Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, the man suspected of carrying out a shooting attack that killed three people last month at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida. The request came…
FBI seeks Apple’s help in unlocking iPhones belonging to Pensacola gunman

FBI seeks Apple’s help in unlocking iPhones belonging to Pensacola gunman

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In a move that may signal another high-stakes clash over encryption, the FBI is asking Apple for help decrypting two iPhones believed to have belonged to Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, the man suspected of carrying out a shooting attack that killed three people last month at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida. The request came…

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