The media wants to know exactly how much the FBI spent to unlock the notorious iPhone from the San Bernardino case. BBC reports Associated Press, Vice Media and USA Today-owner Gannett have submitted court filings to force the government to reveal precisely how much it cost to circumvent the defenses of the iPhone handset used by serial killer Syed Rizwan Farook. Stressing they seek no information that could put national security at risk, the publications claim there is “no adequate justification” to continue to withhold the information. The FBI has so far refrained from disclosing the security firm(s) and individuals that assisted…

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