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Apple vs. the DOJ (Redux): Balancing Privacy and Security

Like forensic, physical, testimonial, or any other form of evidence, digital evidence should not stand alone as the sole pillar of a prosecutor's case. But it is absolutely reasonable to have digital evidence included when it's relevant, and that is only possible when investigators gain the type of access Attorney General Barr and his Department of Justice is looking for in the case of the terror attack on NAS Pensacola.

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Attorney General Slams Apple for Not Cracking Terrorist's iPhones

Attorney General William Barr on Monday held a press conference during which he slammed tech giant Apple for not doing more to help investigators examine the digital contents of the two iPhones owned by the terrorist who attacked Naval Air Station Pensacola in December, leaving three sailors dead.

Apple's Double Standard

No American company should be allowed to foil the lawful work of American police in the name of privacy.

Apple Reportedly Defeats GrayKey Police Investigative Tool for iPhones

Police officer Captain John Sherwin of the Rochester Police Department in Minnesota said of the claim iOS 12 was preventing GrayKey from unlocking iPhones: “That’s a fairly accurate assessment as to what we have experienced."

Apple Says it Will Begin Training Law Enforcement in Digital Forensics

Apple said in the letter that the company is "developing an online training module for police that mirrors Apple's current in-person training."

Apple Closes Security Loophole, Frustrating Police Investigations

Apple — maker of the iPhone — will change certain security settings and operating system code to once again block law enforcement from gaining access to information on seized phones.

NYPD Switching to Apple's iPhone

The NYPD's switch to Apple's iPhone was prompted by the announcement from Microsoft in July that it has terminated support for Windows Phone 8.1.

Voyager Tablet Case

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Video: FBI Paid More Than $1.3 Million to Crack Terrorist's iPhone

The FBI paid at least $1.3 million dollars for the tool that allowed it to break into the iPhone 5 used by San Bernardino terrorist Syed Rizwan Farook, agency director James Comey said Thursday.

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Hundreds of Requests to Unlock Phones Flood FBI

At the same time the FBI was struggling to unlock the iPhone of San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook, the agency was being inundated with requests from state and local law enforcement seeking help accessing the contents of hundreds of encrypted or damaged cellphones linked to unrelated criminal investigations scattered across the country