New York police officers stand outside an Apple store on Fifth Avenue while monitoring a demonstration in New York in February 2016. North Carolina’s senior U.S. senator, Richard Burr, is at the forefront of the national debate over government access to consumer phones with encrypted data.
New York police officers stand outside an Apple store on Fifth Avenue while monitoring a demonstration in New York in February 2016. North Carolina’s senior U.S. senator, Richard Burr, is at the forefront of the national debate over government access to consumer phones with encrypted data. Julie Jacobson AP
New York police officers stand outside an Apple store on Fifth Avenue while monitoring a demonstration in New York in February 2016. North Carolina’s senior U.S. senator, Richard Burr, is at the forefront of the national debate over government access to consumer phones with encrypted data. Julie Jacobson AP

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