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The FBI wants to break into another iPhone and they still haven't figured out how

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into " legal and technical options" to access information stored in the locked iPhone of Dahir Adan, the suspected terrorist who allegedly stabbed 10 people at a mall in Minnesota. The information comes from a report from Wired quoting special agent Rich Thorton during a press conference. Due to the involvement of the FBI, a suspected terrorist, and a locked iPhone, t his case echoes the controversial San Bernardino case in February.
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