N.Y Court Supported iPhone Not to Unlock Mobile Phone

N.Y Court Supported iPhone Not to Unlock Mobile Phone
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The US government can't drive Apple Inc to open an iPhone in a New York drug case, an elected federal judge in Brooklyn said on Monday, a decision that reinforces the organization's contentions in its point of interest legitimate standoff with the Justice Department over encryption and protection.

The government looked for access to the telephone in the Brooklyn case in October, months under the steady gaze of a judge in California requested Apple to take extraordinary measures to give the government access to the telephone utilized by one of the shooters in the San Bernardino, California, assaults.

US Magistrate Judge James Orenstein in Brooklyn decided that he didn't have the legitimate power to request Apple to incapacitate the security of an iPhone that was seized amid a medication examination.

                                                                                                                                                                                      

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