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(17 Feb 2016) A U.S. magistrate’s order forcing Apple Inc. to help the FBI hack into an iPhone used by the gunman in the mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, sets up an extraordinary legal fight that carries broad implications for ordinary consumers and digital privacy.
The clash in California brings to a head a long-simmering policy debate between technology companies insistent on protecting consumer data and law enforcement agencies fearful of being unable to access the communications of terrorists and criminal suspects because of more-powerful encryption services.
Within hours of his company being ordered to aid the FBI with special software, Apple Inc. Tim Cook promised a court challenge over a government demand that he said would create a “dangerous precedent” and would be “too dangerous to create.”
In public, meanwhile, the two sides are debating the exact nature of the request. Though Cook said the Justice Department is asking it to essentially create a “back door” into its product, White House spokesman Josh Earnest disputed that assertion Wednesday, saying the government was “not asking apple to redesign its products, not asking apple to create a new backdoor.
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