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An FBI conversation is leaked with harsh criticism of Tim Cook



February 2016 was a before and after in the relationship between Apple and the FBI , the most important police agency in the United States, and that was only then spoke of the famous San Bernardino iPhone and how to unlock that device. The "war" lasted several days until the iPhone 5C, owned by one of the authors of the mass shooting was unlocked by a company outside Apple, before the refusal of the Cupertino to collaborate.

Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, two members of the FBI, are again two years later protagonists of today, filtering several conversations between them, regarding the San Bernardino case , and in which they criticize not only Apple, but also to Tim Cook.


02/09/2016 - Accusations begin 


The battle between Apple and the FBI had not yet erupted in international news. On February 9, the then director of the FBI, James Comey , announced that the agency had not been able to access the data of an iPhone 5C used by Syed Farook, who had committed a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California.

On February 9 was the day in which the then director of the FBI, James Comey, announced that they had not been able to access the data of the iPhone 5C of San Bernardino. It was then that Page and Stroz began their conversations, attacking Tim Cook; "And what really makes me mad about Apple? The fact that Tim Cook is the privacy advocate . "

"The media, for once, do a decent job to explain the position of the FBI, for once">
03/06/2016 - Apple news is a priority



Both FBI agents continue to provide feedback on the case in which they work, and Page sends a New York Times article on the subject to Strzok .

03/28/2016 - "Everyone and his mother want to know how we did it"


"Everyone and his mother want to know how we did it and who is the third" is one of the most striking expressions of the conversations leaked and refers to the blockade of the San Bernardino iPhone 5C that the FBI got through company external to Apple.

The shaded part is striking, which surely refers to how the famous iPhone was unlocked, something that is classified information with total security.

Undoubtedly those days of 2016 were very tense both for Apple, which defended its position firmly, and for the FBI that managed to access the iPhone 5C, without needing finally the help of the Cupertino, can also provide important information for the case of San Bernardino.

Via | businessinsider 

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