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Discussion: Apple's Refusal to Unlock the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone

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    Even if they created and kept the software to do such a thing in house. They would become a target for that software. Hackers, employees, terrorists etc. could all try and eventually succeed at getting it. If say GM made a master key that could open and start any vehicle they ever made but was only giving it to their own dealerships. Would you still trust and buy their vehicles? You know it will get out and into the hands of bad people (car thieves). I know a car is not a cellphone but it's the same needed trust you must have in a company and the security they provide for their product. The government should not get to decide when security that we trust and pay good money for can be taken away for everyone to get information from one.

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