Apple's stand against FBI highlights security, privacy, and market tensions
from Mobile ID World
Apple's dramatic stand against an FBI request could prove to be a momentous incident in the ongoing battle for control over data. But it's a complicated issue. At the start of February, the FBI asked Apple to help its agents gain access to the locked iPhone of the terrorist responsible for December's mass shooting in San Bernardino. Apple refused, but the FBI eventually persuaded a federal magistrate to order Apple to unlock the device.
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