Apple Supports Terrorism

This year, nearly all of us have seen the big argument between Apple and FBI. The bureau requested Apple an iPhone 5c that previously belonged to the terrorist Syed Farook who commited the mass shooting in San Bernardino, California. However, Apple refused to unlock the phone, justifying that “the company protects privacy of their customers”. Then it described in detail, that since iOS 8 and above, Apple doesn’t hold the encryption keys for the devices. Unlocking such device would force the company to decrypt its new privacy technology, making it useless. Continue reading