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The Facebook-owned messaging app was blocked because it would not provide data for a criminal case.
Prosecutors said the phone's passcode was provided to them.
The back-and-forth sparked a heated debate on Capitol Hill.
Tom Carper says Congress is forcing the IRS to compromise on digital security.
The Hill obtained a discussion draft of the long-awaited Senate measure.
A third party might have found a way for the FBI to access the phone.
A new challenge has emerged for the electric grid: cyberattacks on the electric sector supply chain.
Ray Kelly said he was surprised the DOJ made its case public.
The hacking group claims it took down a Trump website.
Two provisions of CISA might do something positive, but Richard Burr wants to gut them.
Website highlights lobbying efforts, promotes petition against CEO.
A mundane-sounding treaty, if ratified, will actually lead to increased identity theft.
The agency may not know enough about the tool it purchased to hack into the phone.
CNN reported the phone showed no signs of communications with other ISIS supporters.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) called the draft legislation a "dangerous proposal."
Obama gave his position on encryption this fall, but some agencies must've missed the memo.
“I saw that report and I don’t know what it’s based on,” Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz said.
They also raised questions about how data from the cars could be used.
In September, China and the U.S. agreed to end coroprate hacking.
Security experts warn the use of "ransomware" is on the rise.
Is Beijing just going through the motions to avoid tougher reforms?
The House Homeland Security Committee will assess vulnerability at automated ports.
The breach spanned seven hotels across the country.