Apple Is Served A Search Warrant To Unlock Texas Church Gunman's Phone

Apple Is Served A Search Warrant To Unlock Texas Church Gunman's Phone

Authorities serve Apple a warrant for Texas shooter's iPhone

Two days after Combs' news conference, Apple received a search warrant from the Texas Rangers seeking data that might be backed up to Apple's iCloud from Kelley's iPhone from January 1, 2016.

The lone gunman had opened fire with an assault rifle on a church congregation during Sunday morning service on November 5.

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The Argentinian added: "The objective was to qualify and we've achieved that, and now it's important to finish first if we can". I will tell Dele now". "I think the referee has moved on but always this is always good to know".

The FBI carried out investigative activities in which they sent a formal request to Apple to unlock an iPhone the attacker to learn the motives of his brutal attack. "With the advance of the technology and the phones and the encryptions, law enforcement-whether that's at the state, local or federal level-is increasingly not able to get into these phones". It also requests files on a second phone owned by Kelley, a completely different model built by LG. The FBI publicly expressed its frustration early on in the investigation about being unable to access Kelley's phone.

Last year, Apple (aapl) refused to comply with a court order in which the Justice Department sought help from the tech giant to unlock the iPhone of one of the shooters involved with the December 2015 San Bernardino, Calif. terrorist shooting.

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Fortune contacted both Apple and the Texas Department of Public Safety for more information and will update this story if they respond. "It highlights an issue that you've all heard about before", Christopher Combs, the special agent in charge of the FBI's San Antonio bureau, said in a televised news conference two days after the shooting. However, the simple fact that the company reached out to authorities after the November 7th mass shooting is indicative of its willingness to give law enforcement exactly what they want. Meanwhile, an Apple spokesperson has told CNET that the company has yet to receive any request from law enforcement for technical assistance with the iPhone.

Last year, such an order was issued for an iPhone owned by one of San Bernardino shooters, prompting Apple to refuse the order on the grounds it would spark days of bad publicity, er, sorry, jeopardize the security of all its handsets and set a awful precedent. After the San Bernardino shooting, there was speculation that the deceased shooter may have had accomplices, which would make the contents of his phone critical evidence. The FBI tried to force Apple to create software that would unlock the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone. While those efforts have not yet been successful, FBI investigators haven't given up hope they can find a solution, said individuals familiar with the matter.

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