Apple to argue First Amendment in iPhone encryption fight

To prevent the unlocking of an iPhone linked to the San Bernardino terrorist shootings, Apple’s attorneys will assert that computer code should be protected as free speech.

CNET February 24, 2016

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Apple to argue First Amendment in iPhone encryption fight

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