Apple's New Lawyer Calls iPhone-Unlock Order a ‘Pandora's Box’By
Olson says `hundreds of courts' would issue similar edicts
Foreign governments could use precedent to invade privacy
Apple Inc.’s newly hired outside lawyer, in his first remarks on a U.S. court order requiring the company to help unlock the iPhone of a dead terrorist, said the move could imperil the privacy of millions of people around the world.
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