FBI uses FaceID to unlock a suspect’s iPhone X for the first time


For the first time ever, America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had a suspect to unlock his iPhone X using FaceID. The agency forced Grant Michalski – an Ohio resident who is accused of receiving and possessing child pornography – to unlock his iPhone X with his face on August 10. The FBI had a search warrant which allowed them to make Michalski unlock the phone. After unlocking the phone, FBI’s special agent David Knight discovered conversations on chat messenger Kik about abusing minors. Michalski had previously talked to an undercover officer on th…
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