Judge Rejects FBI Request for Fingerprints to Unlock iPhones

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In the latest skirmish over privacy in the cellphone age, a federal magistrate in Chicago said the FBI hadn't presented enough facts in its application that would justify sweeping "intrusions," including any specific information about those who might be living at a residence or their connection to a child pornography investigation . . .

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