I’m finally finished! The list I’ve been waiting to write for 5 days.
Yeah, it took 5 days to finish all these babies! So now I’m going to give you a list of the ones I thought stood out in some form or fashion, (and I’m going to try to remember the order I read them in, (huh? why?) If I try to quote everything I read I’ll literally be here all night! Lol I won’t do that, because I’d like to go to bed sometime, so I’m going to give you a list of links, and you can go read.
American Civil Liberties Foundation Or ACLU and it’s affiliates, I read this one first, they’re briefs are always well-written.
iPhone security and applied cryptography experts Please don’t ask me to list all of them!
Electronic Frontier Foundation and 46 technologists, researchers, and cryptographers That isn’t the longest name for a brief yet, wait… I take it back, I think it might be!
AVG Technologies, Data Foundry, Golden Frog, the Computer and Communications Industry Association, (CCIA,) the Internet Association, and the Internet infrastructure coalition OK maybe I was wrong about long brief names, but this one captured my thoughts about 2013 past precedent! Lol it was not the only brief to do this though, want to try and guess which one that succeeded in doing that first? Oh go ahead!
Lavabit If you failed at guessing correctly, I just gave you your answer! I’ve never had everything I’ve said/written about a case written in a brief before… By the way, I had a bit of a theory this might happen, but brushed it off because well I’m usually not that good at predicting these things.
Richard Taub A lawyer filed an Amicus brief, just a lawyer, it was short, (only 16 pages!)
letter to the court from Salihin Kondoker. husband of a San Bernardino shooting surviver.
FBI Apple SB Victems Amicus Finally, for the sake of neutrality, this is a brief from some of the victem’s families.Of course I can understand why they would write a brief in support of the FBI. It was hard reading this one!I can’t imagine what they’re going through at this time.
If the magistrate judge finishes reading all 22 briefs in this case, I’ll definitely admire her! I ended up reading 16, 12 filed in support of Apple, and 4 filed for the FBI.