You Apple tards and your cult have gone too far AKA APPLES NEW HOMO CEO HATES OUR COUNTRY, and Steve Jobs had Muzzie DNA Why Apple is battling investigators over San Bernardino terrorists' iPhone James Queally, Brian Bennett and Richard WintonContact Reporters Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook's stand against having his firm help unlock encrypted data on the San Bernardino shooters' cellphone is part of a larger battle between the federal government and Silicon Valley. U.S. Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym in Riverside directed Apple on Tuesday to help the FBIget around the phone’s passcode protection and any auto-erase functions the device might employ. Read the latest Essential California newsletter >> In a statement, Cook said that such a move would undermine encryption by creating a backdoor that could potentially be used in the future on devices. prosecutors and intelligence officials say current technologies can make it impossible to examine suspects' communications even if police have a court order. Law enforcement officials note that some tech companies have boasted to customers that when their technologies are used, nobody can gain access to their messages ever, including the government.