Apple asks U.S. court to overturn San Bernadino ruling


In its petition, the US telecoms giant says the decision violates its “constitutional rights”. Apple also says the software needed does not exist and there are “dangerous powers” in the ongoing debate that places civil liberties against the needs of national security. “If we knew a way to get the information on the phone that we have not already given, if we knew a way to do this that would not expose hundreds of millions of other people to issues we would obviously use it,” said Tim Cook. “To place a back door in the iphone, we believe it does put hundreds of millions of customers at risk,” he added.The owner of the targeted iPhone, Rizwan Farook and his wife ,went on a rampage in December, in San Bernadino,  that killed 14 and injured 22.


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