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FBI releases documents with deleted details, pertaining to the the San Bernandino iPhone hacking case
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FBI releases documents with deleted details, pertaining to the the San Bernandino iPhone hacking case

The FBI has released 100 pages of heavily censored documents related to its agreement with an unidentified vendor to hack into an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California, shooters, but it did not identify whom it paid to perform the work or how much it cost.

Nice Attack: Islamist terror, wilful denial and the rise of right-wing forces
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Nice Attack: Islamist terror, wilful denial and the rise of right-wing forces

The blood has not yet been wiped off the streets of Nice that France has turned against President Francois Hollande.

US judge orders Apple to help FBI with iPhone unlocking in two more cases
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US judge orders Apple to help FBI with iPhone unlocking in two more cases

But in a letter filed in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, the Justice Department said, "The government continues to require Apple's assistance in accessing the data that it is authorized to search by warrant."

US judge ordered Apple to help law enforcement examine iPhone
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US judge ordered Apple to help law enforcement examine iPhone

A U.S. magistrate judge in Boston ordered Apple Inc to assist law enforcement officers in examining the iPhone of an alleged gang member, according to a Feb. 1 court filing unsealed on Friday that is no longer binding.

Apple-FBI legal battle ends, but leaves a lot of questions unanswered
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Apple-FBI legal battle ends, but leaves a lot of questions unanswered

The extraordinary legal fight pitting the Obama administration against technology giant Apple ended unexpectedly after the FBI said it used a mysterious method without Apple's help to hack into a California mass shooter's iPhone.

A future Apple-FBI case may go very differently: Here's why
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A future Apple-FBI case may go very differently: Here's why

Although it fiercely opposes the FBI's demand for help unlocking a San Bernardino shooter's encrypted iPhone, Apple has never argued that it simply can't do what the government wants. That might not be true for long.

Apple and US prosecutors to cross examine witnesses on 22 March
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Apple and US prosecutors to cross examine witnesses on 22 March

The U.S. government and Apple Inc will be able to cross-examine the other's witnesses in a court hearing next week on whether the technology company must help federal investigators unlock an encrypted iPhone tied to one of the San Bernardino killers, Apple said.

NSA Chief warns of cyberattacks on critical US infrastructure
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NSA Chief warns of cyberattacks on critical US infrastructure

US National Security Agency chief Michael Rogers warned that hackers will inevitably mount a cyberattack against US infrastructure, similar to the power failure in western Ukraine last year.

Common software would have let FBI unlock shooter's Apple iPhone
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Common software would have let FBI unlock shooter's Apple iPhone

The county government that owned the iPhone in a high-profile legal battle between Apple and the Justice Department paid for but never installed a feature that would have allowed the FBI to easily and immediately unlock the phone as part of the terrorism investigation into the shootings that killed 14 people in San Bernardino, California.

San Bernardino victims to oppose Apple on iPhone encryption: Report
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San Bernardino victims to oppose Apple on iPhone encryption: Report

Some victims of the San Bernardino attack will file a legal brief in support of the U.S. government's attempt to force Apple Inc to unlock the encrypted iPhone belonging to one of the shooters, a lawyer representing the victims said on Sunday.

US Govt to allow Apple to retain and then destroy software to help FBI hack gunman's encrypted iPhone
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US Govt to allow Apple to retain and then destroy software to help FBI hack gunman's encrypted iPhone

The Obama administration told a US magistrate judge on Friday it would be willing to allow Apple Inc. to retain possession of and later destroy specialized software it has been ordered to design to help the FBI hack into an encrypted iPhone used by the gunman in December's mass shootings in California.

Apple and the US govt faceoff pits digital rights against national security interests
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Apple and the US govt faceoff pits digital rights against national security interests

Apple Inc. and the US government are making their cases before anyone steps into a courtroom over a judge's order forcing Apple to help the FBI hack into an iPhone in a terrorism case.