Newly Amended Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 41: What It Means & Why It May Reach Too Far

Consider this hypothetical: Frustrated with ads on his smartphone, John Doe disables access by mobile apps to his location data on his Android phone (like many smartphone users already do)…and as a result, his smartphone gets caught within the scope of a criminal warrant that copies the information from his smartphone and exposes highly confidential […]

PRESS: “More Than Meets the iOS” Post Republished in the July Issue of the Texas Bar Journal

I feel truly blessed that the Texas Bar Journal sought to reprint my first blog post this year in their July Issue! My original post set forth my observations about the Apple/FBI standoff and where it was leading – in a direction that is eye-opening to say the least.  I am humbled that the Texas […]

More Than Meets the iOS: 3 Important Takeaways from the #Apple/FBI Standoff

  By now, you are aware of the situation in which Apple and the federal government have been embroiled whereby a federal judge, after a motion to compel filed by the federal government, ordered Apple  to access and decrypt an iPhone owned by one of the perpetrators of the San Bernardino shooting in California. Apple […]