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Apple, the FBI, and Religious Liberty

What Apple’s Encryption Fight Has to Do with Religious Freedom: Apple’s case reminds us of the broad importance of protecting organizations—both secular and religious, for-profit and non-profit—from compulsion to act against their most foundational values. These cases give us a chance to consider the public good of providing institutions—whether companies, niche craft stores, or religious nonprofits—with enough freedom to live out their core missions and principles. In our pluralistic society, everyone benefits when diverse institutions, representing diverse people and interests, are given the space to serve and operate according to their values and purposes.

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