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Apple Engineers Could Quit Over iPhone Encryption Case

Several Apple engineers have told the New York Times that they'd consider leaving one of the industry's most prized companies and positions rather than be made to create a so-called GovtOS to crack the iPhone's encryption technology.

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3/19/2016 | 2:25:15 PM
Way to go
Pretty awesome if the engineers leave. I'd do the same
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