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FBI's spat with Apple: firms will need a foreign policy

Companies better be prepared for an increase in similar situations.

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Apple has said that it will not unlock devices for authorities, even if faced with a warrant, claiming that doing so could set a legal precedent that the government could seek to utilise again and again.

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US PRESIDENTIAL candidate Donald Trump called on Saturday for consumers to boycott Apple products until the tech giant cooperates with the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to help "unlock" the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists. The move follows Apple's

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