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Apple versus the government

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Republican Presidential candidates are taking the side of the government in the battle between Apple and the FBI. Candidates are stating that Apple should comply with the judge’s order to help investigators unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters. Editor and partner of “Boing Boing,” Xeni Jardin, speaks to Tamron Hall about this debate.