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If Apple Complies, Will All iPhones Be Vulnerable?
Posted 2016-02-20 at 12:30PM
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The Justice Department filed a new motion against Apple on Friday. So far, the technology company is refusing to help open an iPhone used by one of the San Bernadino killers. The company says if it complies, all iPhones will be vulnerable.
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