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US Justice Department filed a second lawsuit on Apple iPhone evil drug dealer

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US Justice Department filed a second lawsuit on Apple iPhone evil drug dealer

This smartphone government hoped to reveal the other participants in drug trafficking scheme, which was attended by Zhang Feng.

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The US Justice Department filed a second lawsuit on Apple about breaking device belonging to the accused in drug trafficking Gian Fenyu (Jun Feng) in New York (USA), reported Prime.

"Previously judge in New York, James Orenstayn Made the decision according to which the US government by lawCan not oblige Apple to crack iPhone, owned by Zhang Feng, and publish the data contained in the device. According Orenstayna requirement of Justice undermines the fundamental principles of the constitution, "- said in a statement.

It is reported that by using this smartphone government hoped to reveal the other participants in drug trafficking scheme, which was attended by Zhang Feng.

The process takes place against the backdrop of a noisy case of Justice of the United States against Apple on hacking devices that belong to one of the terrorist attack in which San Bernardino claimed the lives of 14 people. Justice requires corporations Unlock iPhone Syed Rizwan Farooq. Apple opposes attempts to access encrypted data, saying that it would create a dangerous precedent for the violation of the rights of users and that similar requests should not be considered in court and in Congress, which must adopt appropriate laws.

As pfznachaye agency Gian Fenia device is running prior to that on which the iPhone operates terrorist. In its defense mechanisms used a different encoding.

"The Apple is technically possible to bypass the security system and access the information encoded in the smartphone" - said in a statement the Ministry of Justice.

The Ministry of Justice is appealing the decision rendered by a court in California, according to which Apple must provide the government access to data. The head of the corporation before Tim Cook said that Apple will try to appeal the decision to the California court.

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08 March 2016, 14:08