The issue of security has always been the first concern of the United States government. While dealing with the same concern, the Trump administration is going to take additional steps. The recent proceedings of the court case of San Bernardino attacks of 2015 has unveiled a number of things which people never knew. The unlocking of data transmission of iPhone has been the topic of discussion since then. Currently, a number of organizations have been curiously teamed up to get know how the United States government managed to unlock the iPhone data of the mastermind of the attacks.
The FBI in this regarding is facing a law suit which is being filled by The Associated Press, Vice Media and Gannett. The law suit is being filled in the Washington district court while it is pointing towards the violation of FBI to comply with the Freedom of Information Act. Through this legal pursuit, the media firm is looking to find out the way how the government got into the iPhone data of the terrorist. Yet, the information shared by the FBI authorities in court is not much which could help the media group to settle down.
The rumors about this stuff is somehow pointing that the FBI has hired some hacking third-party to hack the iPhone to access the iPhone data of the attackers. It is discussed in the light of the hot public dispute in which FBI tried to force the Apple authorities to unlock the privacy setup of the iPhone devices. The FBI investigation in the same case has provided the data of terrorist’s iPhone in January this year. The document containing the hacked mobile data of the iPhone provided very little information of the mobile. The stature of the media firm is that it is not after obtaining any information which can disturb the investigation process, but FBI should provide an adequate justification for how did it manage to get the iPhone data.