San Mateo County judge withdrawn iPhone 4 search warrant, materials taken from Gizmodo Editor Jason Chen's

There's a new development in the onging police investigation into the leaked device that Gizmodo possessed. The Wall Street Journal reports that "The San Mateo County judge overseeing the Gizmodo case on Friday ordered the search warrant to be withdrawn and the materials taken from Mr. Chen to be returned to him. Gawker Media Chief […]

There's a new development in the onging police investigation into the leaked device that Gizmodo possessed. The Wall Street Journal reports that "The San Mateo County judge overseeing the Gizmodo case on Friday ordered the search warrant to be withdrawn and the materials taken from Mr. Chen to be returned to him. Gawker Media Chief Operating Officer Gaby Darbyshire said Gizmodo has agreed voluntarily to give the district attorney materials that a court appointee "deems relevant to the case."

Chris Feasel, deputy district attorney for San Mateo County, said Friday that the investigation into Gizmodo is ongoing. "Mr. Chen and Gizmodo have agreed to cooperate with our investigation," he said."

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