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"I suspect s/he is actually speaking of their own perception which was skewed by an incomplete memory or understanding of the facts. Perhaps tinged by a bit of not wanting to admit they were wrong as well?" OK, I'll admit, that's a fair assessment, …
"The court order for information from the San Bernardino phone -- which is the same that was sent for Stone -- was complied with in both cases in precisely the same way" iCloud ≠ iPhone. But yes, they did permit access to iCloud in the San Bernardin…
I'll be the first to admit if I'm mistaken on some of the details, but from where I'm sitting, no, I'm not. Perhaps you are the one who needs to be educated on the facts of the case. From CNET: "On February 16, 2016, US Magistrate Judge Sheri …
Apple was very quick to comply with the demands of the Mueller investigation, and yet they refused to assist the FBI in obtaining access to the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter, even under court order. Interesting...