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Six relatives of San Bernardino attack victims have filed a legal brief opposing Apple in its iPhone encryption battle with the FBI - as internet and technology giants rally behind the computer and phone giant.
The families argued Apple's arguments are misplaced because the FBI has a valid warrant, and "one does not enjoy the privacy to commit a crime".
The families also claimed Apple "routinely modifies its systems" to comply with Chinese government directives.
The family action came as two groups of leading technology and internet giants took legal action in support of Apple in the dispute over access to shooter Rizwan Farook's phone.