The ongoing intellectual property rights conflict between Apple and Qualcomm has taken another turn, as Apple has filed a countersuit against the chipmaker in U.S. District Court in California.
Activists across the political spectrum say it is altogether too easy for authorities to learn revealing details of Americans' lives merely by examining records kept by cell services companies.
Apple has been accused of relying on students working illegal overtime to build the iPhone X, through its contractor Foxconn, which manufactures the devices in Zhengzhou, China.
The gunman in the mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas was found dead with an iPhone, and Texas authorities have served Apple with a warrant seeking access to his information.
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