Apple and the FBI argue about a terrorism investigation before a House Committee.
FOX's Steve Taylor reports from Washington:
One of the dead San Bernardino terrorists left an iPhone that can erase itself if investigators try to access its data.
FBI Director James Comey says:
(Comey) "We cannot decrypt that which is covered by strong encryption."
The FBI wants Apple to write a computer code to bypass the iPhone's security.
Apple lawyer Bruce Sewell says:
(Sewell) "Building that software tool would not affect just one iPhone. It would weaken the security for all of them."
A court may decide this particular case. Congress may write a law to cover future cases.
In Washington, Steve Taylor, FOX News.