A district court judge in Los Angeles ordered Apple to provide FBI investigators «feasible technical assistance» in removing data from iPhone 5C phone owned by Rizvan Faruq Saeed in December last year committed a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, according to Reuters.
In particular Apple is required to disable the automatic destruction of information that is activated after ten unsuccessful attempts of entering the password.
The management of the Corporation has five days to appeal against the decision of the court.
Federal prosecutors in Los Angeles had to go to court, because Apple refused to allow the authorities to request for assistance.
Recall that on 2 December last year in a shooting in San Bernardino (California) were killed 14 persons, more than 20 were injured. The attack was made by three extremists, two of them – 27-year-old Malik Tashfin and 28-year-old Syed Rizwan Farooq – were killed in a shootout with police, wanted the third killer continues. It is established that we are talking about a carefully planned attack was perpetrated by radical Islamists. Responsibility for the attack claimed by the Islamic state.