As the latest debate unfolds about Apple’s refusal to help federal investigators access the iPhones of the San Bernardino attackers, we should recall an earlier stance that seemed principled at the time — but was not. For those who might have forgotten, Apple appealed a 2014 settlement that found it guilty of antitrust violations in […]

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