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The FBI has a ‘huge’ problem with your smartphone

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation really, really wants to be able to access the contents of your smartphone. So much so, in fact, that the agency’s director just threw a small fit over what he described as a significant problem obscuring the view of his digital panopticon: Your phone’s encryption. 

In an October 22 speech at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference, director Christopher Wray bemoaned the FBI’s inability to access the data of approximately 6,900 mobile devices this fiscal year. According to the Associated Press, which reported on Wray’s comments, this number represents over half of all the devices the agency attempted to access during that time.   Read more…

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