Apple's not helping with shooter's locked iPhones, says US DoJ – not true, says Apple

Survey: 17.7% of Americans learned about encryption watching Mr. Robot
The survey also offers fascinating insights into whether people think the FBI should have an encryption backdoor.

Attorney General William Barr has called on Apple to help the FBI beat the password-protection system used on all iPhones to access data of the gunman accused of shooting three Navy personnel at a base in Florida in December. 

Barr said the shooting by Saudi air force trainee Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani was an act of terrorism and that Apple hasn’t helped the FBI’s investigators access data on the shooter’s iPhones. 

“We have asked Apple for their help in unlocking…

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