(Business Insider) Cybersecurity expert John McAfee, who has vehemently opposed the FBI's attempt to force Apple to create a back door into its iOS software, is taking his defense of the tech giant one step further.
McAfee claims the government is violating the 13th amendment, which abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, if it forces Apple to create the back door.
McAfee's legal team says the term involuntary servitude is "used in reference to any type of slavery, peonage, or compulsory labor. Two essential elements of involuntary servitude are involuntariness, which is compulsion to act against one's will, and servitude, which is some form of labor for another.
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