From the article:
“[Criminals’] phones contain contacts, texts, and geo-tagged data that can help police track down accomplices,” Hosko wrote. “These new rules will make it impossible for us to access that information. They will create needless delays that could cost victims their lives.”
But privacy advocates and security researchers are skeptical.
And it’s not that it doesn’t want to anymore, it’s that now Apple says it can no longer do it — even if it wanted to.
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