Cook to Apple shareholders: Fighting the feds ‘doesn’t scare us’

The iPhone maker’s annual meeting takes place as the company faces one of its biggest battles. At issue: if national security trumps privacy and whether the courts can force it to help the US government.

CNET February 26, 2016

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Cook to Apple shareholders: Fighting the feds ‘doesn’t scare us’

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