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Exclusive: U.S. Cops Have Wide Access to Phone Cracking Software, New Documents Reveal

While the FBI requests ‘backdoor’ iPhone access, documents indicate law enforcement already has easy access to encrypted devices

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AApple is once again facing pressure to give officials a “backdoor” into locked iPhones implicated in an…




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