Apple, FBI Return to Congress to Fight Over Encryption
Apple Inc and the FBI returned to Washington to testify before lawmakers about their heated disagreement over law enforcement access to encrypted devices.
Senator Feinstein's Encryption Bill Angers Californians
Severely criticized by Silicon Valley, can the longtime senator from California face tech opposition in her 2018 race?
Why Apple and the FBI Are Still at Odds Over Encryption
The U.S. has redoubled its efforts to use the courts to force Apple's cooperation in cracking encrypted iPhones.
FBI Director on Apple Fight: It Was "Not Productive"
"Apple is not a demon. I hope people don't perceive the FBI as a demon."
U.S. Will Keep Fighting Apple Over Data in Drug Case
The U.S. is continuing to push Apple and other tech companies to help law enforcement circumvent encryption.
Judge Orders Apple to Help Authorities Examine iPhone
The case is the latest in the battle over privacy between the tech giant and law enforcement.
FBI: Unlocking Method Won't Work on Newer iPhones
James Comey said the technique the FBI used on Syed Farook's iPhone 5c wouldn't work on the iPhone 5s, 6 or 6s.
FBI Director: Unlocking Method Can't Crack New iPhones
"It's a bit of a technological corner case, because the world has moved on to 6's," FBI Director James Comey says.
White House Declines to Support Encryption Legislation
The decision to neither endorse nor oppose the legislation stems in part from ongoing divisions among various federal agencies over encryption.
The FBI May Never Tell Apple How it Unlocked the iPhone
The bureau may be allowed to withhold how it cracked an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Feds Repeatedly Asked Apple to Help Open Its iPhones
The FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and the Secret Service all invoked the All Writs Act.
With Apple-FBI Over, What About the Encryption Debate?
There are three main questions that still linger, even after the FBI managed to crack an iPhone.
FBI, DOJ Cracked iPhone Without Apple's Help
The two-month long national discussion over encryption may be over now.
iPhone Hearing Canceled After DoJ Request
The Justice Department may have a lead on how to crack the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone—without Apple's help.
Apple Releases iPhone SE and Smaller iPad Pro
Apple releases a smaller iPhone and iPad, new iOS and a lower Apple Watch price tag on Monday.
Apple Vs. Everyone
The tech giant has fought many battles throughout its history—and has usually won.
Former White House Official: NSA Could Crack iPhone
Richard Clarke tells NPR the iPhone could already be cracked by NSA, FBI and Justice Department are solely in it to set legal precedent.
Apple's CEO Hears It From a Florida Sheriff
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd threatens to arrest "rascal" Tim Cook over encrypted iPhones.
Apple Slams DoJ's Legal Brief, Calls It a "Cheap Shot"
"In 30 years of practice I don't think I've seen a legal brief that was more intended to smear the other side with false accusations and innuendo."
DoJ: Apple 'Deliberately' Not Helping in iPhone Case
Apple alone can remove those barriers so that the FBI can search the phone, and it can do so without undue burden, the DoJ filing says.
Tech Companies Unite Behind Apple in Encryption Dispute
The companies will contest government arguments that the All Writs Act compels Apple to comply with its request.
Apple and the FBI Trade Blows at Encryption Hearing
"I don't think you will like what will come out of Congress," one Congressman tells Apple.
Judge Denies Effort to Force Apple to Unlock iPhone
The access to the iPhone was sought months before the San Bernardino, California case.
How to Watch Apple's Congressional Hearing
The FBI and Congress would like the phone opened in the name of national security; Apple is fighting on behalf of the privacy of its users.
What Happened When China Knocked on Apple's Backdoor
The Apple case has raised the issue of whether the tech giant gives foreign governments things it refuses to give to the FBI.
How Tim Cook Aims to Profit From Protecting Privacy
Apple's refusal to crack open an extremist's iPhone is a matter of principle—and market share.
Apple Files to Vacate Court Order to Open iPhone
"This is not a case about one isolated iPhone," the motion reads in its first sentence.
Apple vs. FBI: Cook Makes a Big Blunder
Apple's Cook seems intent on turning the case into a heroic struggle by making some dubious leaps of logic.
Tim Cook Says He's Ready For the Supreme Court vs. FBI
Tim Cook says he is ready to take the iPhone case "all the way."
Apple CEO Wished for More Dialogue With Government
"I don't think that's the way the railroad should be run," says Apple CEO Tim Cook on Obama administration.