Source: Business Insider
On Monday, Attorney General William Barr slammed Apple, saying that the company had not provided “substantive assistance” in helping the FBI gain access to an iPhone belonging to the gunman who killed three people at a Navy air base in Florida last month. But Apple pushed back against these comments, saying that it had provided “gigabytes” of data as part of the investigation. Some at the FBI agree with Apple, according to a new report in The Wall Street Journal . Sources at the agency told The Journal they were “stunned” by the attorney general’s comments because they believed Apple had already provided “ample assistance” in the Bureau’s investigation. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. On Monday, Attorney General Barr said Apple had not provided any “substantive assistance” with unlocking two iPhones belonging to a Saudi shooter who killed three people at Navy base in Florida last month. Now, a new report from The Wall Street Journal suggests that some in the Federal Bureau of Investigation disagree with those remarks.