Apple vs FBI
We are talking about decrypting iPhones yet again because we live in hell.
A Motherboard investigation has found that law enforcement agencies across the country have purchased GrayKey, a relatively cheap tool for bypassing the encryption on iPhones, while the FBI pushes again for encryption backdoors.
A new report by the Department of Justice’s Office of Inspector General found that the FBI could have done more before going to court and arguing it needed Apple's help to unlock an alleged terrorist's phone.
Apple avoids another encryption showdown in New York.
Instead of using a $200 device, the Department of Justice dragged Apple to court in New York.
The pricey technique that unlocked the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone still hasn’t produced any valuable evidence.
A judge in Boston ordered Apple to help the FBI get data from an iPhone, but the government seems to have abandoned the case.
Despite pulling out of its San Bernardino case, the government is still going after Apple in a New York case over a passcode-locked iPhone.
The FBI appears to want Apple's help unlocking an iPhone 6 Plus in a case involving a suspected Boston gang member.
What happens when one tries to crack into a locked Android phone?
The ACLU has found 63 publicly available court cases in which the government asked Apple or Google for ‘technical assistance’ to unlock a smartphone.