The FBI has grossly exaggerated, on more than one occasion, the number of digital devices it cannot access due to encryption, claiming a figure of 7800 when the actual figure was between 1000 and 2000.
A new feature in iOS 11.4, which is expected to be released in the next few weeks or even sooner, disables the Lightning port after seven days of the device in question being unlocked, and is aimed at preventing device acquisition by law enforcement, a researcher claims.
A coalition of big technology firms has, for a second time in recent months, called for strong encryption not to be tampered with, and criticised efforts by law enforcement agencies to create backdoors.
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