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Apple Files Brooklyn Drug Case Ruling In Support Against FBI iPhone Order - International Business Times;

Apple Files Brooklyn Drug Case Ruling In Support Against FBI iPhone Order - International Business Times

International Business TimesApple Files Brooklyn Drug Case Ruling In Support Against FBI iPhone OrderInternational Business Timesiphone fbi apple A man displays a protest message on his iPhone at a small rally in Santa Monica, California, in support of Apple's refusal to help the FBI access the cell phone of San Bernardino gunman Syed Farook. Photo: Reuters/Lucy Nicholson.and more »

Digital Rights Groups Join Apple's iPhone Fight With FBI - Bloomberg;

Digital Rights Groups Join Apple's iPhone Fight With FBI - Bloomberg

BloombergDigital Rights Groups Join Apple's iPhone Fight With FBIBloombergApple Inc.'s fight against a judge's order to unlock the iPhone of a dead terrorist drew support from a trio of advocacy groups that say the case sets a dangerous precedent for privacy. Exclusive insights in your inbox, from our technology reporters ...and more »

Apple vs. FBI And Your Privacy - Voice of America (blog);

Apple vs. FBI And Your Privacy - Voice of America (blog)

Voice of America (blog)Apple vs. FBI And Your PrivacyVoice of America (blog)A dispute between Apple and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, or FBI, has put law enforcement and technology in conflict. This could affect privacy, safety and security in the U.S.. The dispute involves the FBI investigation of the mass ...and more »

FBI versus Apple: Lawmakers call FBI request to break Apple encryption an overreach - SC Magazine;

FBI versus Apple: Lawmakers call FBI request to break Apple encryption an overreach - SC Magazine

SC MagazineFBI versus Apple: Lawmakers call FBI request to break Apple encryption an overreachSC MagazineIn testimony before Congress on Tuesday, Apple reiterated many of the points it has been making public on its website and in the press since the FBI demanded the company unlock the iPhone belonging to the gunman in the San Bernardino terrorist ...and more »

The irony in the FBI's request to unlock the iPhone - Computerworld;

The irony in the FBI's request to unlock the iPhone - Computerworld

ComputerworldThe irony in the FBI's request to unlock the iPhoneComputerworldIf the FBI wins its court battle to force Apple to unlock an iPhone used by one of the assailants in the San Bernardino terrorist attacks, the result could be a massive security hole that would affect many federal agencies. Apple continues to oppose a ...and more »

Why Apple Needs To Start Taking DC Seriously - International Business Times;

Why Apple Needs To Start Taking DC Seriously - International Business Times

International Business TimesWhy Apple Needs To Start Taking DC SeriouslyInternational Business TimesAppleFBI The official FBI seal is seen on an iPhone's camera screen outside the bureau's J. Edgar Hoover headquarters building in Washington, Feb. 23, 2016. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images; Apple Bruce Sewell Despite enormous profits over the ...and more »

Amid Apple-FBI Fight, China Looms - Wall Street Journal;

Amid Apple-FBI Fight, China Looms - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalAmid Apple-FBI Fight, China LoomsWall Street JournalApple's refusal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's request to help unlock a shooter's iPhone has been a hot topic not only in its home country but in its biggest foreign market: China. Some Chinese have questioned whether the move is a marketing ...and more »

Encryption war between Apple and the FBI will affect us all - New Scientist;

Encryption war between Apple and the FBI will affect us all - New Scientist

New ScientistEncryption war between Apple and the FBI will affect us allNew ScientistTHE encryption wars continue. Apple is still refusing the FBI's request to help unlock an iPhone owned by San Bernardino bomber Syed Rizwan Farook, which the agency believes holds valuable evidence. Apple argues that doing so would weaken security ...and more »

How the FBI's Fight with Apple Could Change the Future of Smartphone Security - Lifehacker;

How the FBI's Fight with Apple Could Change the Future of Smartphone Security - Lifehacker

LifehackerHow the FBI's Fight with Apple Could Change the Future of Smartphone SecurityLifehackerYesterday, Congress heard testimony on an important security case. The FBI wants help breaking into an iPhone. Apple, backed by other tech companies is refusing. It sounds like an isolated issue iPhone users would care about, but the consequences of ...and more »

The OTHER iPhone unlocking case – Judge sides with Apple - Naked Security;

The OTHER iPhone unlocking case – Judge sides with Apple - Naked Security

Naked SecurityThe OTHER iPhone unlocking case – Judge sides with AppleNaked SecurityThe ruling, by New York Magistrate Judge James Orenstein, is not binding in any other case, but it could have wider implications in the battle between Apple and the FBI over access to data on iPhones locked with a passcode. There are key differences ...and more »

Apple, FBI stake out conflicting positions before Congress - PBS NewsHour;

Apple, FBI stake out conflicting positions before Congress - PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHourApple, FBI stake out conflicting positions before CongressPBS NewsHourWASHINGTON — The U.S. government calls it a “vicious guard dog” that hurts national security. Apple says it's critical to protecting consumer privacy against increasingly sophisticated hackers. As the debate over built-in iPhone encryption has ...and more »

John McAfee unlocks an iPhone and does not eat a shoe - Inquirer

John McAfee unlocks an iPhone and does not eat a shoeInquirerSHOE CONSERVATIONISTS should be glad that colourful security character John McAfee has lived up to his word and managed to unlock an iPhone. Such people will be interested because McAfee mentioned shoes when discussing the Apple privacy and ...and more »

Is Apple too secure for its own good? - Baltimore Sun;

Is Apple too secure for its own good? - Baltimore Sun

Baltimore SunIs Apple too secure for its own good?Baltimore SunOn Tuesday a US magistrate ordered Apple to help the Obama administration hack into an iPhone belonging to one of the perpetrators in the San Bernardino shooting. The ruling by Sheri Pym requires Apple to supply highly specialized software the FBI can ...and more »

Here's What You Need To Know About Apple, FBI Showdown In DC - Huffington Post;

Here's What You Need To Know About Apple, FBI Showdown In DC - Huffington Post

Huffington PostHere's What You Need To Know About Apple, FBI Showdown In DCHuffington PostAfter weeks of tussling in the press, Apple's dispute with the FBI over data privacy went before Congress on Tuesday. FBI Director James Comey and Apple lawyer Bruce Sewell, among others, appeared before the House of Representatives Judiciary ...and more »

The five most colorful moments from the Apple-FBI congressional hearing - Quartz

The five most colorful moments from the Apple-FBI congressional hearingQuartzThe battle between Apple and the US Federal Bureau of Investigation continued in the nation's capital yesterday (March 1) with congressional leaders grilling both parties in a five-hour-long judiciary hearing. What the FBI wants is for Apple to help ...and more »

Apple vs. the FBI: Catch up on the iPhone encryption hearing - Engadget;

Apple vs. the FBI: Catch up on the iPhone encryption hearing - Engadget

EngadgetApple vs. the FBI: Catch up on the iPhone encryption hearingEngadgetApple and the FBI spent five-and-a-half hours (!) testifying before Congress yesterday over the ongoing San Bernardino iPhone saga. And while there weren't any definitive conclusions, it was a chance for both sides to lay out their positions more ...and more »

How a 1789 law impacts your iPhone - Los Angeles Times;

How a 1789 law impacts your iPhone - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesHow a 1789 law impacts your iPhoneLos Angeles TimesShould the courts order Apple to help the Federal Bureau of Investigation unlock an iPhone seized from a murderous terrorist or a dangerous criminal? For law enforcement officials across the country, this is a question of public safety, even of life ...and more »

How the Feds Could Get Into iPhones Without Apple's Help - WIRED;

How the Feds Could Get Into iPhones Without Apple's Help - WIRED

WIREDHow the Feds Could Get Into iPhones Without Apple's HelpWIREDIt's a showdown that has the country mesmerized. In court battles brewing across the nation, the FBI is trying to force Apple to help it extract data from iPhones seized in more than a dozen cases. The government is so intent on forcing Apple's hand ...and more »

Apple and FBI testify in hearing on locked iPhone: What we learned - Naked Security;

Apple and FBI testify in hearing on locked iPhone: What we learned - Naked Security

Naked SecurityApple and FBI testify in hearing on locked iPhone: What we learnedNaked SecurityYesterday, we got to hear a lot of facts (and some rhetoric too), in a Congressional hearing about whether the US government can legally compel Apple to defeat its own security measures to unlock an iPhone at the request of law enforcement. FBI ...and more »

John McAfee Explains On Live TV How To Hack Into An iPhone In Just 'Half An Hour' - Huffington Post UK;

John McAfee Explains On Live TV How To Hack Into An iPhone In Just 'Half An Hour' - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKJohn McAfee Explains On Live TV How To Hack Into An iPhone In Just 'Half An Hour'Huffington Post UKSecurity expert John McAfee has claimed that anyone with the knowledge could hack into the iPhone in just 'half an hour', slamming claims by the FBI that it's impossible without Apple's help. john mcafee. Everyone's favourite security expert McAfee ...and more »