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Apple doesn’t need to open iPhone shooter for US Justice

WorldNews Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Apple doesn’t need to open iPhone shooter for US JusticeIt is the iPhone of a Saudi soldier who opened fireplace at an American military base in Florida in December, killing three and injuring eight. US Justice Minister William Barr requested Apple to unlock two Saudi man's iPhones, however the firm refused. Barr mentioned in a press convention that Apple has offered...
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