FBI Says It Won't Disclose How It Accessed San Bernardino Attacker's Locked iPhoneThe FBI said Wednesday that it will not publicly disclose the method that allowed it to break into a locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers, noting the agency lacks enough "technical information" about the software vulnerability that was exploited.
Former Police Officer Suspected Of Child Molestation Arrested In MexicoAccording to the FBI, Arcadia resident Arthur Crabtree was arrested in Mexico.
FBI Warns Of Online Romance ScamsIn Southern California alone, $5 million are lost every month to cyber crimes including so-called romance scams.
FBI Unlocks San Bernardino Terrorist's iPhone With Help Of Third PartyThe FBI will not say how it unlocked the phone or with whose help. But some experts speculate that the NAND mirroring method was used.
FBI: Shooter's iPhone Possibly Accessible Without Apple HelpThe FBI may have found another way, and Apple's cooperation may no longer be needed, according to court papers filed late Monday.
Apple, FBI To Face Off In Congress Over Locked iPhoneApple Inc. and the FBI will face off in Congress Tuesday over unlocking the San Bernardino gunman's iPhone.
Bakersfield Man Accused Of Robbing 4 OC Banks As 'Whitewashed Bandit'Brian Lee Bellman, 35, was arrested Wednesday night in Covina.
Apple: Congress, Not Courts, Must Settle Battle Over Locked iPhoneApple intends to argue that the 1789 law has never been used to compel a company to write software to help the government.
Apple Supporters Hold Rally At Santa Monica StoreAs the battle between Apple and the U.S. Government continues over whether the tech giant should help the FBI access a locked phone as part of a terrorism investigation, Apple's supporters are rallying at Southland stores.
Apple Supporters To Hold Series Of Protests Against FBI In LAThe fight over iPhone privacy is coming to Santa Monica and Apple stores nationwide Tuesday evening.
Apple CEO: Feds Should Withdraw Demand For iPhone Hack HelpCook said the government should withdraw its demand to the judge and form a group to discuss the issues brought up by this case. He said Apple would participate in such an undertaking.
War Of Words Between Apple And FBI Continue Over Unlocking Terrorist's iPhoneCBS2's Greg Mills spoke to people who live in the Inland Empire and asked if a terrorist should expect a right to privacy.

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