The hearing set down for March 22 in the Apple-FBI stoush will see cross-examination of those who made court filings following a request made by the US Department of Justice.
Quiet discussions between the FBI and Apple over gaining access to data on an iPhone belonging to the employer of one of the terrorists involved in shooting dead 14 people in California were suddenly thrust into the public domain when the FBI obtained a court order on February 16, demanding that Apple meet its requests.
The war of words between Apple and the FBI continues with the former on Tuesday responding to a filing by the Department of Justice last Thursday, saying that the court should reject the request for creation of a modified version of iOS because the "All Writs Act does not authorise such relief, and the Constitution forbids it".
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