Protester Victoria Bernal shows off her phone with the message “BACKDOORS ENDANGER EVERYONE” outside of the Apple store in downtown Palo Alto on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016. Protesters don’t want Apple to give in to a court order issued commanding Apple to provide federal investigators with ‘backdoor’ software for an iPhone.
Protester Victoria Bernal shows off her phone with the message “BACKDOORS ENDANGER EVERYONE” outside of the Apple store in downtown Palo Alto on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016. Protesters don’t want Apple to give in to a court order issued commanding Apple to provide federal investigators with ‘backdoor’ software for an iPhone. Nhat V. Meyer San Jose Mercury News
Protester Victoria Bernal shows off her phone with the message “BACKDOORS ENDANGER EVERYONE” outside of the Apple store in downtown Palo Alto on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016. Protesters don’t want Apple to give in to a court order issued commanding Apple to provide federal investigators with ‘backdoor’ software for an iPhone. Nhat V. Meyer San Jose Mercury News

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