The FBI claims that being forced to share its iPhone-hacking tool with Apple wouldn’t be worth it–because the government agency doesn’t actually know how it works.

On Wednesday, the FBI officially made its decision against sharing its iPhone-hacking tool with Apple, according to Bloomberg. The FBI claims that the reasoning behind the decision is that it lacks the technical expertise to decipher the underlying code that facilitated hacking into the iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters. The Wall Street Journal first reported on the FBI's intention against launching an internal government investigation to decide whether to share the information with Apple.

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