The war of words between Apple and the FBI continues with the former on Tuesday responding to a filing by the Department of Justice last Thursday, saying that the court should reject the request for creation of a modified version of iOS because the "All Writs Act does not authorise such relief, and the Constitution forbids it".
Former NSA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden has come out swinging against US President Barack Obama after the latter, referring to the ongoing spat between Apple and the FBI, urged Americans not to adopt absolutist positions on privacy and security.
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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