Apple faces off with Justice Department over access to Pensacola shooter's phone

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Published on 14 Jan 2020, 23:39
Attorney General William Barr wants Apple to unlock the iPhones of the man who allegedly killed three sailors at a Florida Naval air base in December, saying there might be valuable information stored on the devices. But Apple, citing broader privacy concerns, is resisting the government’s request. William Brangham reports on the debate between privacy and national security.

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