It's been a few years since the Apple vs FBI case, where the FBI asked Apple if they could create a backdoor in their operating system for the forces of the US order could easily access the data of the iPhone
a backdoor would wreak havoc if left in the wrg hands. Today, Reuters reports that lawmakers believe that the FBI is not trying hard enough, noting that the company has taken the easy way.
Last mth, a report did not exhaust all of its optis to unlock San Bernardino shooter's iPhone, Syed Farook, before attempting to force Apple to do so. The FBI did not csult with its own internal experts or outside vendors before going to court, and the poor coordinati led the FBI to withdraw its legal efforts when an outside salesman eventually accessed to the device.
Lawmakers fear that the FBI "will exhaust the technical optis of the agency" and that it is ge …