During an interview at Tuesday’s International Association of Privacy Professionals conference in Washington, FBI lawyer James A. Baker said data extracted from an iPhone linked to San Bernardino terror suspect Syed Rizwan Farook is being applied to the agency’s ongoing investigation, reports The New York Times. He was less forthcoming when asked if the phone contained useful information.
“We’re still working on that, I guess is the answer,” Baker said, adding, “It was worth the fight to make sure that we have turned over every rock that we can with respect to the investigation. We owe it to the victims and the families to make sure that we pursue every logical lead.”
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