A judge just handed down a ruling that will make the U.S. government’s quest to unlock the work iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters much more difficult.

U.S. District Court Judge James Orenstein ruled against the government in another case, which argued that a search warrant for a phone should be granted under the All Writs Act (AWA).

According to Orenstein’s decision, he believes “that under the circumstances of this case, the government has failed to establish either that the AWA permits the relief it seeks or that, even if such an order is authorized, the discretionary factors… more

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