Cracking the iPhone
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Encryption and the San Bernardino case

The room was dimly lit at Espace C, a shared workspace in Montreal. Journalists and activists were drinking beer and eating chips, computers on their laps. On a giant screen was projected a dark software window that showed the identifiers of everyone’s laptops. We could see a list of the websites we were accessing in plain text.

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