If you thought Apple’s battle with the FBI was going to end in San Bernardino, guess again. After the FBI decided it no longer needed Apple’s assistance in the Syed Farook case, it went on to offer assistance unlocking a phone in Arkansas and today informed a federal judge in Brooklyn — via the US Attorney’s office — that it intended to compel Apple to unlock a phone seized in a Brooklyn drug case. “The government’s application is not moot and the government continues to require Apple’s assistance in accessing the data that it is authorized to search by warrant,” U.S.…

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