Didn't Watch Hours Of Apple, FBI Testimony? Here's What You Missed
No one is caving in the San Bernardino iPhone encryption case.By Evan Thomas | March 2, 2016
Tuesday, on Capitol Hill, the House Judiciary Committee heard testimony from FBI Director James Comey on his agency's attempts to get into the locked San Bernardino iPhone. Its questions were pointed.
"You, in the case of Apple in California, are demanding through a court order that Apple invent something. Fair to say? They have to create something. ... Are you testifying today that you and/or contractors that you employ could not achieve this without demanding an unwilling partner do it?" Rep. Darrell Issa asked.
"Correct," Comey responded.