February 25, 2016 Business, Surveillance, U.S.
Britain Eakin reports:
Members of a House committee peppered FBI Director James Comey with questions Thursday morning about the agency’s legal battle with Apple to gain access to the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone.
Top brass of the nation’s intelligence agencies gathered before the House Select Committee on Intelligence to discuss worldwide threats, but lawmakers zeroed in on Comey to tease apart the thorny issue of ever-increasing encryption.
“There is a broader policy question that is far larger than any individual case that we all have to grapple with,” Comey told the committee.
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