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Daaammnnn, Apple!  Back at it again with the case winning.

The U.S. Justice Department has dropped its suit against Apple for refusing to help it unlock an iPhone that belonged to a San Bernardino terrorist. With the help of an unidentified third party, the FBI managed to get the data stored by the phone without Apple’s cooperation.

The phone had been owned by Tashfeen Malik who, with his wife, carried out a mass murder that left 14 dead last December.

I’m glad Apple stood up to the government.

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