Wednesday, May 10
President Trump’s firing on Tuesday of the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, drew an immediate backlash, both for how he did it — Mr. Comey found out from television — and for the implications of what it means for the Justice Department investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Thursday, September 15
He likened it to locking your car and your house at night.
Tuesday, March 29
The Justice Department said on Monday that it had found a way to unlock an iPhone without help from Apple, allowing the agency to withdraw its legal effort to compel the tech company to assist in a mass-shooting investigation.
Friday, March 04
Tech industry leaders including Alphabet Inc's Google, Facebook Inc, Microsoft Corp, AT&T and more than two dozen other Internet and technology companies filed legal briefs on Thursday asking a judge to support Apple Inc in its encryption battle with the U.S. government.
Tuesday, February 23
In the days since the FBI revealed it needs Apple’s help to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters, many have taken sides in what the company, resisting the request, has framed as a debate about fundamental civil liberties.
Friday, February 19
The battle lines are clear: the FBI is using the courts to try to force Apple to write malware that will provide a backdoor into the iPhone the Feds recovered at the recent San Bernardino terrorist shootings – but Apple is fighting the order tooth and nail, as such malware would weaken privacy protections for all Apple customers.
Saturday, February 21
Des enquêteurs du FBI [Federal Bureau of Investigation] sont actuellement à l’île Maurice pour apporter leur expertise dans l’enquête menée par le Central CID [CCID] après la saisie de deux coffres-forts et deux valises de l’ancien Premier ministre Navin Ramgoolam contenant Rs 220 millions en diverses coupures et devises.