Comey said 'no reasonable prosecutor' should bring charges against Clinton
A lawsuit has been filed by three survivors and the families of five people who died
His second wife and his father will no longer be able to board a plane
The FBI described the killer as a ‘known quantity’
The device belonged to Syed Farook, who, with his wife, shot dead 14 people in an attack on an office Christmas gathering in California last year
Delgado was captured by agents from Mexico's Criminal Investigations Agency after being on the run for seven months
'Brenda Delgado was able to effectively manipulate everyone she involved in her calculated scheme'
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The company says that it will continue to increase the security in its products, including presumably attempting to limit the mysterious security hole that let the government in
The US Justice Department has asked for a court to withdraw an order compelling Apple to assist them
Cellebrite is reportedly the 'non-governmental third party' which may have found a way to gain access to the iPhone
Judge postpones hearing over whether tech giant should be forced to cooperate with agency's investigation
In a rare show of unity from Silicon Valley, Google, Facebook and Microsoft, plus more than two dozen other internet and tech firms, have filed legal papers asking a judge to support Apple's position
The ruling would come at the same time as the growth of the ‘Internet of Things’ — computers that run our lives, and could just as easily be hacked by the government
Government sought access to phone in a drugs case – months before a California judge ordered Apple to give access to the San Bernardino shooter's handset
'No court has ever authorized what the government now seeks, no law supports such unlimited and sweeping use of the judicial process, and the Constitution forbids it,' Apple said in the documents.