How cops could get your data without unlocking your phone

Image License Photo: Apple Inc. 10 NOV 17 15:34 ET Selena Larson (CNN Money) — Apple once again is finding itself at the center of a debate around law enforcement and encryption. On Thursday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein cited the recent Texas mass shooting as an example of why encryption backdoors — or ways to circumvent security and privacy protocols — are necessary. The tech company said it offered to help the FBI after the agency said it could not unlock the phone of Texas shooter Devin Kelley. He is accused of killing 26 people and then himself...

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