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Apple appeals order to unlock iPhone, saying it would ‘violate the Constitution’

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Feb
2016
Image Credits: Getty Images via dailyreadlist.com

Image Credits: Getty Images via dailyreadlist.com

Apple has just responded to the FBI’s court order, claiming that it’s a violation of the company’s rights to free speech.

On Thursday, Apple filed a “motion to vacate” the court order compelling the iPhone-maker to help the FBI in breaking into the iPhone of Syed Farook, one of the San Bernardino shooters. In the document, Apple argues that its software is protected speech, and the government compelling the company to fabricate software that goes against its beliefs is a violation of its First and Fifth Amendment rights.

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