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Once again, the government finds a way to crack an iPhone without Apple’s help

April 23, 2016, The Washington Post

James Garland is quoted in this Washington Post article discussing whether the discovery of alternative ways to unlock iPhones without the help of Apple during investigations undermines the Justice Department’s case in seeking similar, future court orders. According to Garland, “[T]he fact that they subsequently figured out how to do it — without Apple’s help — may well give courts pause before issuing similar orders in the future.”

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