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Date: Thu, 21. April 2016 21:00:15
Early on, it was believed that the FBI paid upwards of $15,000 for a software hack that enabled them to access data housed on the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists. However, recent remarks from FBI Director James Comey reveal that the FBI likely paid a whole lot more. DON'T MISS: 11 paid iPhone apps on sale for free today While speaking at a security conference in London on Thursday, Comey was flat-out asked how much the FBI paid for the specialized hack it acquired from a mysterious and still unnamed company. While not divulging a specific figure, Comey provided enough information to suggest that the FBI paid well over $1 million for the hack in question. News of Comey's remarks were first reported by NBC News earlier today. Asked Thursday at a security conference in London how much the FBI paid for the tool that cracked Syed Farook's phone and ended a California court battle with Apple, Comey said, "A lot, more than I will make in the remainder of this job, which is seven years and four months, for sure." The FBI director is paid about $180,000 a year. So multiplying that by 7.3 years yields a figure of about $1.3 million. FBI officials were not immediately available to confirm the figure. Notably, we've yet to learn how the FBI ultimately accessed the iPhone used by San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook. Nonetheless, the FBI, in subsequent weeks, has been more than willing to provide their assistance to other law enforcement agencies seeking to access locked iPhones. Now as for what the FBI unearthed once they gained unfettered access to Farook's phone, reports indicate that nothing relevant was found. As the story goes, the FBI had an 18-minute gap in their timeline of Farook and his wife's activities and they needed access to the iPhone to ensure that no third-party individuals were contacted. All the same, Comey said that the high price the FBI paid for the iPhone hack "was in my view worth it."
Date: Thu, 30. November 2017 18:10:29
After Matt Lauer's Firing, 2 of the 3 Highest-Paid TV Anchors Are Women
Date: Thu, 21. June 2018 17:55:21
Israel said Thursday it has evidence the family of a baby who died near the Gaza border was paid by Hamas to accuse Israel's army over her death, an account the family rejected. Gaza's health ministry and family members said eight-month-old Leila al-Ghandour had died after inhaling tear gas along the border during a day of clashes in May, in which at least 61 Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire.
Date: Thu, 25. February 2016 13:02:48
The "Hunger Games" actress, who last year wrote an essay noting that she was paid less than her "American Hustle" co-stars, is the highest-paid entertainer among this year's Oscar nominees, according to Forbes. The financial publication says that Lawrence, who received a best actress nomination for "Joy," earned $52 million between June 2014 and June 2015.
Date: Thu, 8. March 2018 02:40:01
The FBI used employees of Best Buy's Geek Squad as paid informants for several years, according to records obtained by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Date: Thu, 20. August 2015 01:22:32
The Sports Xchange New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is pushing back on a report that he wants to be the highest-paid player in the NFL, saying "it's never come out of my mouth."
Date: Thu, 24. March 2016 14:55:00
Date: Fri, 27. November 2015 15:47:19
As CEO Mark Zuckerberg prepares to become a father, the world's largest social network shakes up its parental leave policy.
Date: Wed, 15. July 2015 01:14:18
The Sports Xchange Buffalo Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer was placed on indefinite paid administrative leave Tuesday after his weekend arrest for allegedly punching a boy and threatening to kill his family in Florida.
Date: Thu, 11. January 2018 17:40:01
The Florida House is demanding the producer of a television show hosted by celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse to turn over records in five days or risk hefty fines and even jail. Lawmakers are asking for years of records detailing how the show spent millions paid out by the state's tourism agency - and how much was paid to Lagasse.
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