Among the many technological achievements by Apple, the company’s security and encryption software ranks near the top. Each new version of the iPhone features strong encryption, allowing users to have their information secure from potential hackers. The FBI, in order to continue its investigation of the San Bernardino terrorist attacks, wants Apple to create new software to counteract the intense security and unlock the iPhone of one of the terrorists. Although the software could potentially help the FBI track down whom the killer was in contact with, therefore helping to combat terrorism, it remains evident that creation of the software…
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