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Law: Apple vs. FBI / Terrorist's Phone / Cook Interview #1095781

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 24, 2016
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(San Francisco: David Muir) The ABC News exclusive interview held with Apple CEO Tim Cook about the debate over whether Apple should help th FBI break into the iPhone of terrorist Syed Farook; scenes shown from San Francisco. [COOK - explains Apple's cooperation with the FBI, but the case is about the question of whether Apple can be compelled to write software that would make customers vulnerable; ; reacts to what FBI director James Comey said about the San Bernardino killings & the FBI position; notes what the FBI did by resetting the password: a missed opportunity; states Apple in an uncomfortable position while defending civil liberties,]
Muir, David

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