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Director Wray says FBI was unable to access 7,775 electronic devices in 2017

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During remarks at the International Conference on Cyber Security, FBI Director Christopher Wray said this number represented more than half of all the devices the bureau attempted to access. Wray called this limitation a “major public safety issue.”