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where the testimony you're about their their rich in the U. S. government and over the back door that is whether to require tech product I have some kind of back door to encrypted data for law enforcement unit according to a Reuters report several key officials in the National Security Agency and the department of homeland security uphold the justice department quite without both , you're a confrontation with the tech sector could heighten distrust of American products overheat and dry parents and top criminal to seek foreign made encryption the legal and public crash had been over the iPhone in December nineteen oh shooter the FBI want apple to help hockey in apple says that would set a dangerous precedent unlike Washington the tech industry late last week presented a unified front with more than forty company signing legal brief supporting apple at a cybersecurity conference in San Francisco last week , defense secretary ash Carter told a largely pro apple crowd that quote just get cut to the chase I'm not a believer and back doors or a single technical approach which led to big cheer from the audience that is going to take action against apple would made without consulting the White House Agnes customary intensity dispute sources familiar with the matter told Reuters and so far president Obama had not come out with a clear public statement on that battle