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The FBI wants to crack another iPhone after Minnesota stabbings

The FBI and Apple might be headed for another fight over the case of a locked phone. Last night, FBI special agent Rich Thorton confirmed that the agency is trying to crack an iPhone belonging to Dahir Adan, a 20-year-old Somali immigrant who stabbed 10 people in a Minnesota mall last month. Per Wired, Thorton said the bureau was already sifting through some "780 gigabytes of data from multiple computers and other electronic devices," but unlocking Adan's phone could shed valuable light on why he did what he did and help figure out who (if anyone) helped him on his path.
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