October 1, 2018 Court, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.
Thomas Brewster reports:
It finally happened. The feds forced an Apple iPhone X owner to unlock their device with their face.
A child abuse investigation unearthed by Forbes includes the first known case in which law enforcement used Apple Face ID facial recognition technology to open a suspect’s iPhone. That’s by any police agency anywhere in the world, not just in America.
Read more on Forbes.
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