Apple is going up against the FBI in a battle that could have major implications for US privacy rights. Apple has been ordered by the courts to help the government to break into a locked iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters. The iPhone maker has refused, claiming that it needs to protect the privacy of its user base as a whole. Dr. Ernest L. McDuffie of The Global McDuffie Group, Evan Greer from Fight for the Future, and Eric Schiffer of Patriarch Equity discuss the dilemma of national security and individual rights.
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