CBS News: FBI Owns Proprietary Rights To Method Used To Crack San Bernardino Gunman's iPhoneThe FBI now owns the proprietary rights to the method used to crack the San Bernardino gunman’s iPhone, a government official told CBS News.
FBI Uses Mystery Method To Break Into San Bernardino Gunman's iPhoneThe FBI has used a mystery method to break into the San Bernardino gunman’s iPhone without the help of Apple, ending the government’s court case against the company.
Apple Asks Judge To Postpone Deadline In Brooklyn iPhone CaseApple wants a judge to delay in Brooklyn while the FBI sees if it can unlock a San Bernardino attacker's phone without their help.
FBI: 'Outside Party' Came Forward With Method To Unlock San Bernardino Gunman's iPhoneIn a stunning disclosure, federal authorities said Monday that they may have found a way to unlock an iPhone used by one of the shooters in the San Bernardino attack, a development that could make Apple's forced cooperation unnecessary.
DOJ: Reverse Judge's Ruling In Favor Of Apple Over FBI In iPhone CaseThe Justice Department asked a court on Monday to reverse a decision that said Apple Inc. wasn't required to pry open a locked iPhone.
New York Judge: Justice Department Can't Force Apple To Provide FBI With Locked iPhone Data In Drug CaseThe U.S. Justice Department cannot force Apple to provide the FBI with access to a locked iPhone data in a routine Brooklyn drug case, a magistrate judge ruled Monday.
Comey: Encryption The 'Hardest Question I've Seen' In Gov'tFBI Director James Comey appeared Thursday before the House Intelligence Committee, a week after a California judge ordered Apple to help the FBI hack into a locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino gunmen.
Tim Cook: 'Bad For America' If Apple Complied With FBI To Unlock San Bernardino Shooter's iPhoneApple CEO Tim Cook said Wednesday that it would be "bad for America" if his company complied with the FBI's demand for help unlocking an encrypted iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
NYPD's Bratton And Miller In New York Times: Apple Encryption Policy Impedes Investigations, SafetyNYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton and Deputy Commissioner John Miller penned a New York Times op-ed Monday calling on Apple to disable a security feature in the San Bernardino gunman’s iPhone.
Donald Trump Calls For Boycott Of Apple Over Encryption IssueBillionaire businessman and Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump called for a boycott of Apple Friday during a campaign rally in South Carolina.
Bratton, DA Vance: Apple Must Share iPhone Information In Interest Of Public SafetyPolice Commissioner Bill Bratton and Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance said Thursday that Apple is standing in the way of public safety by not allowing access by law enforcement.
Bratton Supports Fed Order As Apple Plans To Fight Breaking Encryption On San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhoneApple Inc. CEO Tim Cook says his company will resist a federal magistrate's order to hack its own users in connection with the investigation of the San Bernardino, California shootings.