The past month and half have been a wild one for Apple, the FBI, digital security pundits, and users concerned with their privacy, as we followed the government’s efforts to break into an encrypted iPhone 5c handset involved in a terrorism case. Apple was initially ordered to produce software that would enable the FBI to easily brute force its way into the phone, but Apple fought back, preparing for a legal showdown with broad consequences. We were all ready to see Apple get its day in court last week, ...
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