Apple CEO Tim Cook is at the center of one of the biggest stories in tech, thanks to his refusal to comply with a court order that asked Apple to provide the FBI with tools to access the iPhone belonging to Syed Rizwan Farook, the gunmen involved in the San Bernardino mass shooting in December 2015.

Cook published a customer FAQ on Monday explaining Apple’s position and why the government’s request for access has “important and dangerous implications” beyond a particular case, reports Ruth Reader, and would put Apple customers at risk.

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