— Jim Antle (@jimantle) March 28, 2016
Great news, Donald Trump! You’ll be able to resume tweeting from your iPhone without looking like a hypocrite. Well, at least as far as Apple is concerned:
and there you have it… case closed… now we wonder what was in the phone. https://t.co/QyGsYJxrkt
— Bret Baier (@BretBaier) March 28, 2016
WASHINGTON (AP) – FBI uses mystery method to break into gunman's iPhone without Apple's help, ending court case.
— MadeleineMorgenstern (@MadeleineinDC) March 28, 2016
FBI successfully unlocks Syed Farook's IPhone using a third party method, Apple litigation vacated.
— Michelle Macaluso (@MichelleMacFNC) March 28, 2016
BREAKING: Gov’t has successfully accessed the data on San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, ending case against Apple. pic.twitter.com/r2dEPNEOtx
— ABC News (@ABC) March 28, 2016
“The government has asked a United States Magistrate Judge in Riverside, California to vacate her order compelling Apple to assist the FBI in unlocking the iPhone,” United States Attorney Eileen M. Decker said in a statement. “Our decision to conclude the litigation was based solely on the fact that, with the recent assistance of a third party, we are now able to unlock that iPhone without compromising any information on the phone…. Although this step in the investigation is now complete, we will continue to explore every lead, and seek any appropriate legal process, to ensure our investigation collects all of the evidence related to this terrorist attack.”
That’s that, then.
— Justice Don Willett (@JusticeWillett) March 28, 2016
Feds admit they were wrong when they argued Apple was the only one who could unlock shooting suspect’s iPhone. ("Lulz" – NSA)
— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) March 28, 2016
DOJ last month: Apple is the only ones who can crack their security. Force them, Oh Mighty Court!
DOJ today: Never mind.
— Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) March 28, 2016
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