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Feds argue public relations is behind Apple’s refusal to access San Bernardino shooter’s phone

Helping the government investigate a terrorist attack will not compromise the security of other phones, the government contends, because Apple would “retain custody of its software at all times.”

“The Justice Department filed a motion on Friday lambasting Apple for refusing to help unlock a phone possessed by one of the attackers in December’s terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif., painting the tech giant’s behavior as based on concern only for its business and public relations.”

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