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The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation or FBI has taken legal action in the American court system against the technology company Apple. The case involves an Apple iPhone 5c. The smartphone belongs to killer Syed Farook. Farook and his wife murdered 14 people in San Bernardino, California, on December 2. They were killed in a gun battle with police later the same day. Investigators found an iPhone Farook used. Farook was employed by the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health. They own the Farook’s iPhone 5c. The Public Health Department gave the FBI permission to collect information from the phone for their investigation. But the phone is locked with a secret password. This phone has a built-in tool that will remove all its information if the password is not correct after trying ten times. Last month, a judge in Riverside, California, ordered Apple to create software to unlock the phone. The judge’s order was supported by the FBI. Apple CEO Tim Cook claims the order violates Apple consumers’ privacy rights and sets a bad example. He says it could take away the freedoms and liberty that government is meant to protect. Cook considers the software too dangerous to create. Once created, he argues, criminals could use the software to unlock iPhones and steal private information. This case may be argued for many months and years to come.