They may be able to do that, but that isn't what the court order asks for.flechero wrote:I believe they could unlock that single phone without making the world vulnerable. (and have no facts to prove it) I could also argue both side of this as I think there are good arguments for both sides...
but once the person is dead, and a confirmed terrorist, I fail to see the need to keep his or her privacy And if it leads to crushing the rest of the network that helped, trained, financed them, great- crush them and take their resources as well.
I'm sure in the future, they'll just destroy the phones before they begin shooting or whatever.
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- Thu Feb 18, 2016 11:45 am
- Forum: Gun and/or Self-Defense Related Political Issues
- Topic: This is why I will not own any Apple products!
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