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Apple’s Refusal to Unlock iPhones
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Kim Hye-in (Sophomore, Department of Public Administration)
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) claimed that Apple must unlock a terrorist’s iPhone because they needed information from the terrorist who committed the San Bernardino attack late last year. However, Apple refused to unlock the iPhone for the reason that it will invade other user’s privacy. In my opinion, the country’s obligation to protect the general public is more important. Besides, I do not think the company had refused to unlock it only for their users’ privacy. Apple’s refusal seems like a strategy for the company itself to gain a clear and responsible reputation from it. The most important thing is that the nation and corporations should get along together to protect their citizens. Companies can go after profits only when there are customers. They must not seek profits challenging the people’s security. At all times, the safety of the general public has to be the first thing to consider.
 

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