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CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 18, 2015
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Apple's CEO Tim Cook won't give law enforcement access to his customers encrypted texts even though recently terrorists in Paris and Chattanooga Tennessee used encryption to conceal their communications. In an interview for this Sunday's 60 Minutes Cook spoke with Charlie Rose. The interview was before the Paris attacks but Cook has not changed his position. In the government they say it's like you know you have a search warrant but you can't unlock the trunk. Here's the situation is on your sma...
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Charlie Rose
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00:02:13

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