Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook said in a sharp online letterthat the company will oppose a federal judge’s order to help unlock a San Bernardino, Calif. attacker’s phone.
“Apple complies with valid subpoenas and search warrants, as we have in the San Bernardino case,” Cook wrote. “We have also made Apple engineers available to advise the FBI, and we’ve offered our best ideas on a number of investigative options at their disposal.”
So what more did the FBI ask for that Cook is outright refusing? Here’s a breakdown of what exactly the feds wanted from Apple and why Cook said no:
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