"Apple vs. FBI: iPhone Maker Expected to Mount Formidable Free Speech Defense" International Business Times
Apple has refused to unlock the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters, citing concern for the privacy of its millions of users in the United States. "I think the civil liberties case is really strong. Tech companies seem to be pretty much united in what they think here. While it may be overlapping with their business concerns, it overlaps directly with an important principle of privacy." Read more from Karen Greenberg on this dispute.