Privacy activists are calling for Congress to reject the change.
The White House's Vulnerabilities Equities Process is back in the spotlight.
There's controversy over whether the warrant the FBI used to search suspects' computers is valid.
Defense says the government has to either reveal its network investigative technique or drop a case against an alleged child pornography user.
Instead of using a $200 device, the Department of Justice dragged Apple to court in New York.
The pricey technique that unlocked the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone still hasn’t produced any valuable evidence.
The rule says that if the feds don't know where the target computer is, they can't legally hack it.
It involves the seniority of the judge and where exactly the malware's search took place.
The Department of Justice isn't keeping tabs on how many times the FBI and other agencies have been authorized, or asked for permission, to use such techniques.
“This is the first time a court has ever suppressed anything from a government hacking operation."