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Two weeks since the FBI unlocked an iPhone tied to one of the San Bernardino terrorists, the intelligence agency has not managed to find any pertinent information on the device, according to law enforcement officials.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation had been hoping to find information directing them to foreign terrorists on the Apple iPhone 5C left behind by Syed Farook, one of the two terrorists who murdered 14 people in a December attack in San Bernardino, California.
Andrew Crocker, staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights group, said changes in the new discussion draft were minimal and the bill still threatened Internet security because companies would only be able to comply by weakening encryption in all their products.
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
I've said it a million times: it was a "fishing" exercise to judge public opinion. "They" wanted to see what the push-back from the public would be, and also to wear down the public.
1. It was a psychological experiment conducted on the public.
But that isn't against the law here in the U.S. In fact it is legal to use psychotronic weapons and if not mistaken this includes any and all methods..