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My dilemma is one that happened between Apple and the FBI in 2015. There was a dispute between the two organizations over the unlocking of an iPhone 5C, specifically, the one used by one of the terrorists involved in the San Bernardino shooting. The FBI tried to force Apple to create a special OS that would allow them to unlock the phone without the password. Apple declined to do so because doing this would violate their policy of not creating security flaws in their devices. The harmful effects of opening the phone far outweigh the benefits, in this case.
If Apple did unlock the phone for the FBI, it would mean that government bodies can force private companies to create flaws in their systems, violating the privacy of everyone. If the FBI could make Apple do this, any government could. If Apple did open the phone, the government would maybe find some information on the terrorist, but it is doubtful anything significant would be discovered. And this for the sake of every person’s privacy? Apple did the correct thing in making the government deal with their own problems.
The innovation which gave rise to this dilemma is Apple’s use of a 4-digit passcode, locking after failed attempts, and device wipe at too many failed passcode attempts. The 4-digit passcode means there are 10,000 combinations of numbers that could possibly the password. The iPhone locks itself for a mat...


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