Apple says FBI seeks ‘dangerous power,’ files motion opposing court order to help unlock iPhone

February 26, 2016

Former security officials, though, say that law enforcement’s duty to protect the public is challenged by Apple’s stance.

The court order to Apple was “very specific to one phone,” said Mike Rogers, a former chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and a former FBI agent. “This notion that it opens up a privacy issue for every device out there is nonsense.”

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