Safes can be opened
... with a warrant. Mail can be opened ... with a warrant. Vehicles can be searched ... with a warrant. There's no reason to make smartphones that can't be searched ... with a warrant. I'm starting to get on board that Cortana should be accessible to law enforcement if needed to solve crimes. This is getting ridiculous, when there is evidence that could solve multiple murders and they have it so locked down that even LEO cannot get at it. That type of encryption is for the government, not for joe six-pack.
They are welcome to brute force the phone just like they do the safe or the mail. The owner of a safe isn't required to open it just because there is a warrant. These are also police who believe they have an expectation of privacy while doing their official duty but you don't have expectation of privacy on your phones contents? They're lucky we allow them to attempt to decrypt the things on their own and don't remove that power from them as well.
What part of "run the equipment on biodiesel" did you not understand?
The part were they get less biodiesel from the crop than they use to get the crop, also the part were poor people starve because food production is changed to energy production.
"But this one goes to eleven." -- Nigel Tufnel