Whatever the reason, the majority of Joe and Jane Averages (or Bruce and Shazza in Australia) believe that law enforcement and national interest should prevail over personal privacy.
A judge in New York has ruled that the US Justice Department cannot force Apple to provide access to data in an iPhone in a routine drug case in Brooklyn.
Apple has filed a motion in the US district court in central California to dismiss an order brought against it by the FBI last week, seeking the creation of a new version of its mobile operating system that would remove two security features.
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