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Apple served search warrant for Texas church shooter's iPhone SE access

Apple has been served with a search warrant for access to an iPhone SE which was used by the gunman who killed 27 people in a Texas church, the media reported.

FBI unable to unlock Texas church shooting accused Devin Kelly's iPhone

The Texas church massacre is providing a familiar frustration for law enforcement: FBI agents are unable to unlock the gunman's encrypted iPhone.

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Court allows FBI to keep iPhone hacking information secret

A US court has allowed the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to keep secret the information regarding the tool that was used to hack iPhone 5C used by terrorist Syed Farook who killed 14 people in San Bernardino, California, in December 2015.

Apple encryption row: FBI paid $900,000 to hack into San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone

The the government paid $900,000 to break into the locked Apple iPhone of a gunman in the San Bernardino shootings in California.

FBI: Hacking tool info could be of use to 'hostile entities'

The media organizations sued in September to learn how much the FBI paid and who it hired to break into the phone of Farook.

Strong encryption a major challenge for enforcement agencies: Govt

Strong encryption technology to secure data and communications in smartphones is a challenge for law enforcement agencies

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FBI paid under $1 million to unlock San Bernardino iPhone: Report

FBI paid under $1 million for the technique used to unlock the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters

FBI says it won't disclose how it accessed locked iPhone

FBI says it lacks enough technical information about the software vulnerability that was exploited

US Justice Department withdraws New York iPhone unlocking case

US Justice Department has withdrawn a request to force Apple to reveal data from a cellphone linked to a New York drug case

Blackberry CEO thinks tech firms should comply with lawful access requests

BlackBerry CEO John Chen thinks tech companies should comply with lawful requests to access protected data

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