Apple ‘raised technological barriers’ to stop warrant in iPhone case: U.S. government

The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday said Apple Inc's rhetoric was “false” in a high-profile fight over the government's bid to unlock an encrypted iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters. Last month, the Federal Bureau of Investigation obtained a court order requiring Apple to write new software and take other measures to disable passcode protection and allow access to shooter Rizwan Farook's iPhone. Apple has not complied.

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Apple ‘raised technological barriers’ to stop warrant in iPhone case: U.S. government

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