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February 19, 2016, 10:05 PM

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Jacob Pramuk / CNBC:
DoJ files motion to compel Apple to comply with an order to help the FBI access data on San Bernardino shooter's iPhone  —  DoJ files motion to compel Apple to comply with FBI order  —  The Department of Justice has filed a motion to compel Apple to comply with an order to help the FBI access data …
BuzzFeed:
Apple: Terrorist's Apple ID Passcode Changed In Government Custody, Blocking Access  —  Company executives made the revelation hours after the Department of Justice demanded in court that Apple create a way into Syed Farook's phone.  —  Managing Editor, BuzzFeed San Francisco  —  Andrew Burton / Getty Images
Eric Lichtblau / New York Times:
Justice Department Calls Apple's Refusal to Unlock iPhone a ‘Marketing Strategy’  —  WASHINGTON — The Justice Department, impatient over its inability to unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino killers, demanded Friday that a judge immediately order Apple to give it the technical tools to get inside the phone.
Michael Riley / Bloomberg Business:
Secret National Security Council memo directs government agencies to find ways to access encrypted data on consumer devices  —  Secret Memo Details U.S.'s Broader Strategy to Crack Phones  —  ‘Decision memo’ directs agencies to find ways to access data  —  Officials met around Thanksgiving to discuss encryption plans
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Maureen Morrison / Ad Age:
Israeli ad blocking company Shine partners with 30M subscriber-strong European carrier Three Group to offer network-level ad blocking  —  European Carrier Blocks Ads at Network Level  —  Shine and Three Group Team Up to Offer Ad Blocking  —  Using A CRM Budget To Start A Loyalty Program
Aaron Tilley / Forbes:
Microsoft, Qualcomm, Intel, Cisco, Samsung, others form Internet of Things standards group Open Connectivity Foundation  —  Microsoft, Qualcomm And Intel Start Playing Nice On ‘Internet Of Things’ Standards  —  Chip making rivals Intel and Qualcomm want to finally play nice in the “Internet of Things.”
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Salesforce Acquires PredictionIO To Build Up Its Machine Learning Muscle  —  Salesforce has made another acquisition to build out its technology in machine learning and big data analytics: the company has acquired PredictionIO, a startup based out of Palo Alto that had developed an open source-based machine learning server.
Chelsey Dulaney / Wall Street Journal:
Yahoo forms committee of independent board members to explore strategic options and create a process for reaching out to interested parties, hires bankers  —  Yahoo Forms Board Committee to Explore Options  —  Company hires advisers, says committee is made up of independent directors

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