Apple takes on the FBI

A judge has ordered Apple to crack into an iPhone for law enforcement, but this could affect the future of cybersecurity for everyone.

How an iPhone became the FBI's public enemy number one (FAQ)

Apple won't change its mobile software to help the feds unlock a terrorist's phone, saying that would set a dangerous precedent and undermine security and privacy. The FBI says all Apple cares about is protecting its brand. We spell out what's at stake.

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