U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch told an RSA audience Apple should comply with government requests for help in unlocking iPhones and confirmed rumors that the U.S. and the U.K. were in negotiations to share information in criminal investigations.
Published reports are using an odd methodology in an attempt to decipher exactly how much the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)paid to unlock the iPhone 5c belonging to one of the SanBernardino terrorists.
The California Department of Public Health has doled out fines to five hospitals for failing to protect patients' medical information. The hospitals, which included Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, were assessed a total of $675,000 in penalties for violating state privacy laws that prohibit employees from snooping on confidential patient records, the agency said last week in a statement. Community Hospital of SanBernardino received the largest single fine — $250,000 — for failing to prevent an employee from viewing private data of 204 patients. — DK
Attorney General William Barr slammed Apple for not helping the FBI cracking the encryption on iPhones belonging to a Saudi airman who waged an attack on the Pensacola Naval Station last year and was discovered to be connected to al Qaeda. “Apple has made a business and marketing decision to design its phones in a…
The Justice Department Thursday filed what Apple's general counsel called "cheap shot brief" in the ongoing battle between the two over unlocking an iPhone 5c used by one of the SanBernardino shooters.