Forcing Apple to Hack That iPhone Sets a Dangerous Precedent

Are Apple and other tech companies somehow against America’s national security if they create uncrackable encryption software that government investigators or even the company’s own engineers can’t break into?

That’s the question coming to a head in the controversy over whether or not Apple should be forced to engineer new software to allow the FBI to unlock the iPhone used by one of the terrorists from the San Bernardino attack that killed 14 people in my home state of California last year.

The attacks were unspeakable and more needs to be done to prevent attacks like these in the future.

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