Apple: Constitution ‘forbids’ what FBI is asking

In its latest filing in the battle over unlocking an iPhone, Apple says the All Writs Act “cannot be stretched to fit this case.”

CNET March 16, 2016

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Apple says Constitution ‘forbids’ what FBI is asking

In its latest filing in the battle over unlocking an iPhone, Apple says the All Writs Act “cannot be stretched to fit this case.”

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Hacker who stole celebrities’ nude photos will plead guilty

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Samsung wants you to feel, not just see, VR with these headphones

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