Digital Rights Groups Join Apple’s iPhone Fight With FBIBy
Access Now, Wickr Foundation cite concern about human rights
Tech superpowers expected to weigh in as court deadline looms
Apple Inc.’s fight against a judge’s order to unlock the iPhone of a dead terrorist drew support from a trio of advocacy groups that say the case sets a dangerous precedent for privacy.
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