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San Bernardino / iPhone / FBI / Congress #1167730

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 25, 2016
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Today the director of the FBI said that his battle with Apple is the toughest fight he's faced in government. A federal magistrate ordered Apple to unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino terrorists. But today Apple told the court that order is dangerous. Jeff Pegues has more in its filing. Apple says the FBI is seeking a dangerous power and that it would be forced to dedicate six to 10 Apple engineers to create new code that Apple calls the government operating system or government OS. A...
Reporter(s):
Jeff Pegues
Duration:
00:01:49

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