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thirty five percent say they disagree with the tech company , demonstrators in Washington San Francisco and New York to crime law enforcement push to gain access to a device used by said Rizwan Farouk along with his wife to shipping Monique murdered fourteen people late last year , apple supporters saying privacy is paramount that cybersecurity is something that reflects our online communications from criminal from Eric and from people who don't want your credit card numbers without a leading to a growing interest in firms and after trying to thwart snooping , some call it the Snowden effect after the former NSA whistleblower who revealed widespread government collection of private individuals meditate law enforcement agencies are pushing back the heaviest BR I think Harrison criminals use increasingly sophisticated encryption to conceal plots from investigators and pose a threat to national security an apple executive telling Reuters on condition of anonymity but the company will continue to strengthen its encryption if it wins its court battle with the government