DOJ wants to byte Apple, but it is refusing. The company vows to fight a U.S. court order that directs the Cupertino, California tech giant to help the FBI break into an iPhone owned by one of the San Bernardino shooters. Some are worried about future security implications.
Apple could bypass iPhone security, experts say _ but won't http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/495d344a0d10421e9baa8ee77029cfbd/Articl…
Privacy versus security at heart of Apple phone decrypt order http://reut.rs/1Q1G6zA
Apple’s fight against the DOJ may be the most important in the history of data security http://tnw.to/g4y3J
Apple opposes judge's order to hack San Bernardino shooter's iPhone @CNN http://cnn.it/1PPIKF3
Apple Fights 'Chilling' Order to Unlock Shooter's iPhone http://www.pcmag.me/a/2499411
If Apple loses to the FBI, we're all screwed http://mashable.com/2016/02/17/apple-vs-fbi/#WAtFfpwbk05s
Apple is openly defying US security orders, but in China it takes a very different approach http://qz.com/618371