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San Bernardino / Arlen Verdehyou / Tashfeen Malik / Electronic Frontier Foundation #1170774

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 17, 2016
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Another big story we're following tonight the battle between Apple and the FBI. The tech giant says it's all about protecting your privacy while the feds say it's all about national security at the center of it is an iPhone belonging to the San Bernardino killers which months after the attack is still locked. And as our justice correspondent Pete Williams reports Apple is now being ordered to help the FBI break in inside this black Lexus driven by San Bernardino attackers Syed Farook and Tashfee...
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Pete Williams
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00:02:35

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