The case involving a court order demanding Apple help the FBI unlock the iPhone linked to one of the San Bernardino shooters is unlikely to be a trailblazer for setting a legal precedent in future cases, FBI Director James Comey told a congressional panel on 25 February. The complex and evolving nature of mobile phone software will limit how broadly the case can be applied, Comey said during a US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee hearing examining worldwide threats.
Feb 26, 2016
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