has 175 Apple devices that it cannot access because of encryption, directly affecting its ability to prosecute cases.
Apple is (still) wrong, and tech needs to grow up.
Blair Reeves

I find it puzzling that other data such as phone records (available via warrant) or iCloud backups (available via warrant) or ISP data (available via warrant) or social media information (available via warrant) isn’t able to help in these cases.

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