The new law giving government power to collect DNA samples is for national security reasons, says a Kuwaiti official.
The bureau says using biometrics is crucial, but critics call it an Orwellian intrusion.
The case is the latest in the battle over privacy between the tech giant and law enforcement.
WhatsApp introduces end-to-end encryption to protect users from hackers and "oppressive regimes."
The NSA whistleblower does not buy the idea that the FBI cannot crack the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone.
Critics fear the bill does not do enough to safeguard users.
The Apple case has raised the issue of whether the tech giant gives foreign governments things it refuses to give to the FBI.
Apple's refusal to crack open an extremist's iPhone is a matter of principle—and market share.
Apple's argument that Congress needs new authority to require it to assist the FBI appears to be wrong.
Organizers tell 'Newsweek' the battle is "one of the most important fights of our generation."
If companies are to be forced to unlock encrypted technology, that mandate should come from Congress.
Cook refused to comply with the government's request to unlock an iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Tech companies and presidential candidates join the battle lines over digital encryption.
A request to decrypt San Bernardino attacker's iPhone raises profound privacy issues.
What the FBI requested was nothing short of a revolutionary assault on digital privacy and security.
The case is part of a long-running dispute between tech companies and law enforcement over encryption.
Need to Know aims to expose the "suffocating privacy invasions" carried out by intelligence agencies.
James Clapper said household devices could be used as surveillance tools.
Prohibiting data transfers to the US will not protect Europeans. It will hurt them and the rest of the world.
Twitter users informed of being hacked by 'state-sponsored actors' tell 'Newsweek' they suspect the U.S. government.