Apple Vs. The Justice Department: Where Do You Stand?

by SavvyRoo on Feb 23, 2016 | Views: 73 | Score: 0
% of Americans that said, in response to the order tied to the FBI investigation of the San Bernardino attacks, Apple should...
Unlock the iPhone51
Don't know11
Not unlock the iPhone38
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SavvyRoo on Feb 23, 2016 11:46 AM said:

Should privacy rights be respected, even when the rights are held by a known terrorist? To this question Apple answered in the affirmative, refusing to allow the FBI access to the digital contents of the San Bernardino shooter's locked iPhone. Despite the potential concerns over national security, Apple as well as four in ten Americans stand behind their decision to not unlock the iPhone. However, a thin majority of the public sides with the Justice Department on this issue.