Apple or the FBI? whose side are you on in the iPhone privacy battle? by Will Hutton

So is Apple fighting for everyone’s liberty? It is defying the US government’s request that it must help open up the iPhone of the terrorist Syed Rizwan Farook, who killed 14 people in San Bernardino, because the software so created will compromise the integrity of every iPhone. Or is it another example of a hi-tech company bogusly invoking the threats to privacy mounted by the new digital age as a marketing strategy – and carelessly putting the lives of every citizen a little more at risk?

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