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Today is the FBI's chance to respond in its fight with Apple




An iPhone user attends a rally at the Apple flagship store in Manhattan on Tuesday to support the company's refusal to help the FBI access an encrypted iPhone.
An iPhone user attends a rally at the Apple flagship store in Manhattan on Tuesday to support the company's refusal to help the FBI access an encrypted iPhone.
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The battle between the FBI and Apple continues on, but both fighting over breaking into an iPhone used by the mass shooters in San Bernardino last December.

While the issue comes to a full head in court on March 22nd, today is the deadline for the FBI to submit its own filings to court.

That filing will detail its argument of why Apple should be required to help authorities, and respond to Apple's recent refusal.

Kim Zetter, senior staff reporter for Wired magazine, joins Take Two with the latest.



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