domingo, 24 de abril de 2016

Bureau paid more than 1.3 million dollars for iPhone shooter debloquear San Bernardino

The Bureau paid 1 1 record, more than one million and 300,000 dollars to a group of professional hackers to access the contents of the iPhone to one of those responsible for the shooting in San Bernardino, California, that ended in 14 deaths in last December.

The exact amount is not known, but during the Aspen Security Forum, in London, the Director of the FBI, James Comey, admitted that the value is greater than the salaries that will get "in seven years and four months" in which will continue in Office, but argued that the expense was "justified".

Comey's salary is in the public domain and, by all accounts, will receive 1.34 million dollars to leave the direction of the FBI.

Challenged by users of mobile phones from Apple, which denounced an attack on privacy, the FBI now saw a legal battle with the American company to try to get the phone unlock Rizvan Farook, responsible â€" along with his wife-the shooting of San Bernardino.

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