Mac Developer: San Bernardino shooter's iPhone may hold evidence of 'dormant cyber pathogen,' DA says
San Bernardino shooter's iPhone may hold evidence of 'dormant cyber pathogen,' DA says In an application to file an amicus brief with a California court on Thursday, San Bernardino District Attorney Michael A. Ramos intimates an iPhone used by terror suspect Syed Rizwan Farook, and later seized by law enforcement officials, might contain evidence of a "dormant cyber pathogen" threatening the county's data infrastructure.
Nonsense but as all things American media, highly entertaining.
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