How Well Do You Understand Apple’s Battle With the FBI? Take the Quiz

House Judiciary Committee Hearing With FBI Director James Comey And Apple Inc.
Reserved signs for Apple Inc. and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) hang on chairs inside the House Judiciary Committee hearing room in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. When members of Congress grill Apple Inc. Tuesday on why it refused to help the FBI unlock a terrorists iPhone, the company will be fresh from a courtroom victory that bolsters its case against the government. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Photograph by Andrew Harrer—Bloomberg via Getty Images

Over the past couple of weeks, the tech industry has been captivated by a battle between Apple and the federal government. At the center of it: A request that Apple hack its own iPhone software to help a law enforcement investigation involving one of the San Bernardino shooters.

From the beginning, Apple (AAPL) has refused to comply with the request while arguing that doing so would endanger customer security and privacy—not a new stance for CEO Tim Cook. It’s also, not surprisingly, gained the support of many tech heavyweights, despite the government’s repeated attempts to challenge Apple’s arguments.

Undoubtedly, it’s a complex case that involves many parties, view points, laws, and values. As the case closes in on its third week since that initial court order from a federal judge in Riverside, Calif., here’s a chance to test how well you’ve kept up with the intricacies:

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