The technology community is closely watching the case.
Apple was convicted of conspiring with five publishers to artificially inflate e-book prices.
Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner and other Republicans pressed Apple to offer its own solutions.
"The only way to get the law right for the future is for Congress to act," Brad Smith said.
The bill would set up a national commission to debate the issue.
The fight over unlocking an iPhone could go all the way to the Supreme Court.
“It might push terrorists onto some other encrypted app that we can’t get at," Angus King said.
The government's definition does not line up that of technology or security experts.
The senator is pushing back against Tim Cook's comments on encryption.
She called the idea that cases involving Apple and Google were evidence of bias "a fallacy."
Steve Wozniak gave a boost to Bernie Sanders's presidential campaign on Tuesday.
Apple scored highest on the list.
Donald Trump called for an Apple boycott after the company refused to unlock an iPhone for the FBI.
Tech companies and groups supporting Apple in its fight with the FBI filed briefs Thursday.
“The parties have to find common ground,” writes Rep. Patrick Meehan (R-Pa.).
Critics are suggesting the FBI’s latest salvo was calculated.
Roughly half of survey respondents believe Apple should help the FBI unlock an iPhone.
The fight over encryption is at a “critical juncture," lawmakers claimed.
Apple is refusing a court order to unlock a terrorist's iPhone.
The FBI hasn't been able to access the cell phone because it is password-protected and encrypted.
But a court-appointed monitor said the company was still resistant to providing information.
The decision Thursday is a victory of Apple over its largest manufacturing rival.
Tim Cook gave a graduation speech at George Washington University on Sunday.
USDA approved GMO fruit and potatoes last week.