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Apple Calls Gov't Bid For Data In Calif. 'Security Risk'

Law360, Los Angeles (March 15, 2016, 11:43 PM EDT) -- Apple Inc. said the government was trying to rewrite history with its bid to force the company to gain access to the data on a mass shooting suspect’s iPhone, urging a California federal judge Tuesday to vacate an order the company says “poses grave security risks.”

Apple — trying to escape a magistrate judge’s order that directed it to write special software that would allow authorities to bypass the lock code on a cellphone used by one of the suspects in the December shootings in San...
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