said no. cbs news justice report paula reed is following the case closely. this case is making headlines for weeks now. where do we stand as of today? >> we currently in a standoff. this case here is a case of a generation. this will answer what we have all been asking -- how far does tech have to go to accommodate law enforcement and how far does it get them in the cases? the laws are outdated and people are waiting for this case that hopefully will answer these questions. >> the phone in question here is the property of farook's former employer. could they not just demand that apple open it? it easier that the individual in question is deceased because that takes away some of the privacy protects that would have existed but apple refused to do what they are asking here. they are asking apple to write software to undermine their signature security protections so they can run an unlimited number of passwords without the fear that feature that erases all of your data if you do up to ten incorrect pass codes. this really is something extraordinary that they are asking them to do.
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paula reed is investigating the case. >> she argues if it were not for twitter isis would not become what it is which is arguably the no notorious terror operation on the planet. she says twitter has given them a platform to recruit and fund-raise. she and her lawyers argue that under federal law they have given isis support. twitter says it has no merit. they say twitter have a team of people who will constantly looking for this type of material and they will take care of it on a case-by-case basis. now, they haven't filed anything official in court. but it is likely they will tried to defend themselves based on laws that protect intermediaries for content posted by their users. >> what is twitter doing, if anything, to combat the violent extremism we are talking about according to the complaint isis had 27,000 twitter accounts as of december with 79 of those having official ties to isis. >> just yesterday, twitter announced since mid 2015 they suspended 125,000 accounts for promoting terrorist activity mostly related to isis. that was big. it seems that meeting a couple of weeks ag
chief, doug schraeder. requests they need to make. >> paula reid, thank you very much. >>> governor rick snyder's inbox for months had e-mails about the flint water crisis long before the water crisis became public. >> reporter: problems surfaced after this city under orders of a government an appointed emergency manager switched its water from the lake huron to flint. it was cheaper but the water was disorder and foul smelling and people got sick. jim is a state senator. >> time and time again, members of the highest level of the government have clearly just been lying to the citizens of flint and to everyone else. >> reporter: now e-mails from governor rick snyder's own aide show they, too, knew the water was bad early on. in october of 2014, a half year into the plan, snyder's policy adviser valerie brader wrote could cause long-term damage if not remedied. michael gadola wrote the following. the state's water quality experts insisted the river water was fine. but independent researchers said the heavily treated river water was so corrosive lead from aging pipes was leeching into the
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