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Cops warned to not even look at suspects’ iPhones

[2018-10-13 20:30:18]

Face ID brings a special challenge for law enforcement. Police need to be careful to not do anything that an iPhone might use as an attempt at facial recognition. They risk the phone locking itself in a way they can’t easily circumvent. It all comes down to contradictory laws on passwords and biometric security systems. ...

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