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There is a big [argument / arguing] in the USA between the technology company Apple and the FBI. The argument is [under / over] the iPhone of a killer. In December 2015, 14 people were [died / killed] and 22 were seriously injured [in / on] a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California. The FBI has the iPhone of one of [this / the] terrorists Syed Rizwan Farook. Investigators want Apple to unlock the phone so they can [reach / get] to information about Farook. They think the information can [helping / help] them to catch more terrorists. Apple has told the FBI that they will not [open / opening] the iPhone. Apple's website said that would [threaten / threatened] the security of its customers. Apple also said it would [do / be] dangerous because other organisations would want phones opened.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is also very [angrily / angry] that Apple will not open the iPhone. It said Apple, "deliberately [rises / raised] technological barriers" to stop a lawful request [from / as] the FBI to help in the "terrorist mass murder [of / at] 14 Americans". The DOJ added that: "Apple [lonely / alone] can remove those barriers so that the FBI can search the phone." Apple bosses said the DOJ was giving Apple a [bad / badly] name. They said the DOJ wanted the public to [belief / think] that Apple was an evil company for not opening the iPhone. It said: "It [seems / appear] like disagreeing with the Department of Justice [means / meaning] you must be evil and anti-American." The DOJ said it wants [just / justice] one iPhone unlocked and that would not invade anyone's privacy.

 
 

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