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|The U.S. Justice Department cannot force Apple to provide the FBI with access to a locked iPhone data in a routine Brooklyn drug case adidas nmd city sock kopen , a magistrate judge ruled Monday.
U.S. Magistrate Judge James Orenstein's written decision gives support to the company's position in its fight against a California judge's order that it create specialized software to help the FBI hack into an iPhone linked to the San Bernardino terrorism investigation. Apple's filing to oppose the order by Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym in California is due by Friday.
The San Bernardino County-owned iPhone 5C was used by Syed Farook, who was a health inspector. He and his wife Tashfeen Malik killed 14 people during a Dec. 2 attack that was at least partly inspired by the Islamic State group.
Apple's opposition to the government's tactics has evoked a national debate over digital privacy rights and national security.
Orenstein concluded that Apple is not obligated to assist government investigators against its will and noted that Congress has not adopted legislation that would achieve the result sought by the government.
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A Justice Department spokesman said they were disappointed in the ruling and planned to appeal in the coming days. Apple and their attorneys said they were reading opinion and will comment later.
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It followed up by declining to cooperate in a dozen more instances in four states involving government requests to aid criminal probes by retrieving data from individual iPhones.
Federal prosecutors say Apple has stopped short of challenging court orders judicially, except in the cases before Orenstein and the California jurist who ruled about the San Bernardino shooter's phone.
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KAMPALA， Feb. 11 (Xinhua) -- Home side KCCA FC registered a slim 1-0 win over CD Premeiro De Agosto of Angola in the preliminary first leg of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Championship here on Friday.
After a goalless first half， the Uganda League champions scored in the 48th minute when Geoffrey Sserunkuma headed Brian Majwega's corner into the net. Sserunkuma made no mistake from close range， giving no chance to the goalkeeper Adao Joadquin Cabaca.
The visitors， coached by Bosnia's Dragan Jovic， then took the game by the scruff of the neck but lacked the finishing punch. Both Salomao Troco and Isaac Da Coast had chances to equalise the score but their shots missed the target.
KCCA FC defender Timothy Awany almost scored in his own net when he headed a back pass which the goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan was quick to parry away for a corner kick.
Mike Mutebi， the KCCA FC coach was not happy with the slim win， saying they missed several scoring chances.
"I am not so impressed with this win. We need to go back to the drawing board，" he said.
His counterpart Jovic said he is happy they lost by a small margin away from home. "I am optimistic we can also get a good win in Luanda and qualify for the next round，" he said.
BERLIN， Oct. 19 (Xinhua) -- Bayern Munich reaped their 14th consecutive win on home soil after cruising to a 4-1 victory over PSV Eindhoven in their third-round Group D Champions League meeting on Wednesday.
Phillip Couc's men remain winless in Europe's elite competition as goals from Thomas Mueller， Joshua Kimmich， Robert Lewandowski and Arjen Robben secured Bayern's second win in Group D.
After three winless games in row， the Bavarians caught a perfect start in front of a sold out Allianz Arena as Thomas Mueller opened the scoring just 13 minutes into the game. The German international capitalized on Arjen Robben's quick corner to slot home his rebound from a sharp angle at the near post.
The hosts gained momentum and forced the visitors from the Netherlands to play defence. Hence， the German giants doubled their lead seven minutes later through Joshua Kimmich， who nodded home David Alaba's pinpoint lob to the far post.
PSV Eindhoven barely gained a foothold as the match progressed， but as soon as Carlo Ancelotti's men retracted with the two-goal lead Luciano Narsingh reduced the arrears out of the blue to shock the host before the break with a long range effort following a fast break in the 41st minute.
After the restart， Eindhoven had the chance to upset the hosts with the equalizer but Luuk De Jong headed over the target before Bayern custodian Manuel Neuer defused Gastin Pereiro's effort from close range.
However， despite a better start into the second half by the visitors， it was Bayern who extended their lead in the 59th minute， when Robert Lewandowski headed home a rebound from goalkeeper Jeroen Z.