How an iPhone became the FBI’s public enemy No. 1

Apple won’t change its mobile software to help the feds unlock a terrorist’s phone, saying that would set a dangerous precedent. The FBI says Apple only cares about its brand. We spell out what’s at stake.

CNET February 22, 2016

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How an iPhone became the FBI’s public enemy No. 1

Apple won’t change its mobile software to help the feds unlock a terrorist’s phone, saying that would set a dangerous precedent. The FBI says Apple only cares about its brand. We spell out what’s at stake.

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Tim Cook says Apple’s dispute with FBI is best handled this way

In an email to employees, the CEO thanks supporters and offers the government an alternative to the demand for iPhone access.

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Apple: Investigators ruined best way to access terrorist data

A backup feature might have provided the FBI with a way to access data from the iPhone of a terrorist. But a change to the Apple iCloud password foiled that idea.

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