ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 25, 2016
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(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The response from Apple refusing to break into a terrorist's iPhone as requested by the Justice Department examined; hearings shown. [In ABC interview with David Muir, Apple CEO Tim COOK@- says this case is about the future: whether Apple can be compelled to write software that would make customers vulnerable--it would be bad news to write it; defends the safety of the public.] [At hearings, FBI director James COMEY - testifies it is about one phone.] [Representative David JOLLY@- criticizes Cook.]
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