The Justice Department is withdrawing its lawsuit against Apple, telling a federal court Monday that it was able to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters without the tech giant's help. “The FBI has now successfully retrieved the data stored on the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone and therefore no longer requires the assistance from Apple required by this Court Order,” Justice Department spokeswoman Melanie Newman said in a statement. To unlock this Iphone and to get the tools to unlock it, the FBI flew over to Israel to a company named Cellebrite to obtain everything they needed to get into the cell phone. What I'm getting at here is if the law isn't on the side of the feds, they will only fly to another country to obtain the tools and information needed. Now if this company did more then just open this phone, like actually handing tools over to the feds to break into every Americans version of this cell phone. Did the Israeli company Cellebrite just tread on our fourth amendment right to privacy? Could this action by the FBI lead to fourth amendment violations? Since this is a government organization obtaining help from people on foreign soil, did this move in fact break Constitutional law? What I'm getting at here is a nation who we give billions to might of just went against the American people's right to privacy.