Friday March 11, 2016

Apple Accuses DOJ Of "Smear" Campaign

Watching these two go back and forth with the name calling and accusations reminds me of a grade school argument during recess. I'm just trying to figure out how Apple thinks this is a "smear" campaign.

"As Apple well knows, the Order does not compel it to unlock other iPhones or to give the government a universal ‘master key’ or ‘back door,'" reads the filing, which notes that the phone itself belongs to San Bernardino County, where shooter Syed Rizwan Farook was employed. Because, as part of his employment, he’d previously consented to making his phone available to be searched, the government contends that there is no Fourth Amendment issue.

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