Apple Moves To Vacate Order Compelling It To Aid In Search Of Shooter’s IPhone

Mealey's (February 26, 2016, 11:17 AM EST) -- RIVERSIDE, Calif. — In a Feb. 25 motion, Apple Inc. asked a California federal court to vacate a Feb. 16 order compelling it to assist the Federal Bureau of Investigation in unlocking the password-protected iPhone of one of the recent San Bernardino, Calif., shooters, contending that the court’s order is not authorized by the All Writs Act and sets a dangerous precedent (In the matter of the search of an Apple iPhone seized during the execution of a search warrant on a Black Lexus IS300, California...
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