A judge has ordered Apple to comply with an FBI demand to help unlock a phone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters, but the company has vowed to fight the decision, with Tim Cook calling the order "an unprecedented step which threatens the security of our customers." The battle could determine the future of encryption. Stay up to date here as news develops.
Here’s how the FBI managed to get into the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone
An Australian firm helped hack into the device, starting with a Lightning port exploit
FBI won’t have to reveal details on iPhone hacking tool used in San Bernardino case
The vendor and the price paid will remain secret
The FBI bought an iPhone hack, but not the right to tell anyone how it works
Sounds like a good deal for the FBI!
With its retreat in New York, the FBI has lost the encryption fight
The last two months have not gone well for the government
Read the tech industry's open letter about 'unworkable' encryption bill
Companies express 'deep concerns' in letter to Senators Burr and Feinstein
Apple, Google, Microsoft, and others express ‘deep concerns’ over controversial encryption bill
Coalitions representing major tech companies warn of 'unintended consequences' in letter to US senators
How San Bernardino changes the FBI’s war on encryption
Apple won its encryption fight. Now what?
How a new hack put Apple's FBI fight on hold
Last night, the FBI backed down. What happens next?
Fear of a hack is Apple's wild card in the encryption debate
At today's announcement, Tim Cook tried to shift the focus back to protecting consumers
Obama tells tech community to solve encryption problem now or pay later
'It will become sloppy and rushed'
The tone between Apple and the FBI is now openly hostile
"It seems like disagreeing with the Department of Justice means you must be evil and anti-American."
Why Apple is announcing the next iPhone on the day before its big encryption fight
Using the keynote as a bully pulpit
Why the NSA is staying out of Apple's fight with the FBI
Apple’s court fight has exposed a deep rift in how the two agencies deal with technology
Top tech CEOs reportedly join Republicans for secret meeting on private island
Encryption and stopping Trump among topics discussed
Clinton on Apple: there must be 'some way to avoid breaking data encryption’
But there 'has to be some way to follow up on criminal activity'
French law would fine Apple if it doesn't hand over encrypted data in terror cases
Lower house of parliament approves controversial sanctions as part of judicial reform bill, as encryption debate intensifies
FBI and Apple take iPhone battle to House committee hearing
'If there are warrant-proof spaces in American life, what does that mean?'
Husband of San Bernardino survivor supports Apple in FBI standoff
"It was guns that killed innocent people, not technology."
The five questions that will decide Apple’s fight with the FBI
These are the biggest legal arguments laid out in the case so far
Really understanding Apple's legal brief in the FBI case
Congress should get involved
Most Americans still think Apple should comply with FBI orders, new poll shows
But 54 percent think requiring backdoor access to all tech companies would make their data less secure
Microsoft 'wholeheartedly' supports Apple in FBI encryption case
The company will make a court filing next week
Watch Tim Cook's full 30-minute interview on Apple's fight with the FBI
Apple's CEO says federal authorities are 'trampling civil liberties'