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House members to reportedly argue Congress should settle iPhone encryption dispute

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House members to reportedly argue Congress should settle iPhone encryption dispute

According to a brand new document, members of the House Judiciary Committee are making plans to record a courtroom temporary arguing that the present encryption dispute between the FBI and Apple should be settled by way of Congress. From Reuters:

Members of the House Judiciary Committee are taking into account submitting a "family member of the courtroom" temporary in Apple Inc's [AAPL.O] encryption dispute with the G.O. executive to argue that the case should be made up our minds through Congress and now not the courts, 5 resources acquainted with the problem stated.

As Reuters notes, intervention via congressmen on this topic can be an odd transfer. However, it's anticipated that committee members from each side of the aisle will publish person briefs slightly than submitting as an entire.

The document is going on to point out that any submitting is most probably to happen after an upcoming congressional hearing on encryption through which the House Judiciary Committee will listen testimony from Apple's Bruce Sewell and FBI Director James Comey. Sewell, who's Apple's Senior Vice President and is serving as the corporate's number one witness, lately released a transcript of his opening statment in advance of the committee listening to.

In a separate, however equivalent case in New York, a pass judgement on these days has sided with Apple, arguing that the federal government can not compel the Cupertino corporate to lend a hand in unlocking an iPhone the use of the All Writs Act.

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