“The Federal Bureau of Investigation is still analyzing data on the iPhone used by a San Bernardino, Calif., terrorist and won’t decide whether to talk about what it has found until after that examination is complete, a senior FBI official said Tuesday,” Devlin Barrett reports for MarketWatch.
“James Baker, the FBI’s general counsel, was peppered with questions about the contentious iPhone case at a conference of the International Association of Privacy Professionals,” Barrett reports.
“As for the San Bernardino phone at the center of the dispute until last week, Baker said the FBI won’t decide what to say or do about what it has learned until it has spent more time examining both the phone-cracking tool and the information it has obtained.,” Barrett reports.
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