Apple General Counsel Bruce Sewell (Photo: ANDREW HARRER/BLOOMBERG)
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Apple’s fight with the U.S. government over unlocking a terrorist’s iPhone moved to Congress
Tuesday, as the House Judiciary Committee heard from the company’s general counsel and the FBI director.
FBI Director James Comey said it sought a court order to require Apple (AAPL) to develop software to unlock an iPhone that belonged to one of the San Bernardino shooters because that was the only way it could see if the device contained information pertaining to the attack.
“If I didn’t do that that, I ought to be fired, honestly,” Comey said.]
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