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FBI allays some critics with first use of new mass-hacking warrant

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, for example, commended the feds for asking a judge to review exactly what data the FBI would and would not touch in victimized devices, which were located across the country. It was a "positive step" toward accountability and transparency in FBI computer break-ins, EFF staff attorney Andrew Crocker said.

Monday, April 24, 2017
Ars Technica
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