If a person had committed a crime would you want them wandering around committing more crimes or would you want them to be caught and be put away? Apple should let the FBI hack into iPhones.
With the technology that we should have in the future, there should be many more events like this in the future. According to the article writer Randall G. Holcombe, the studies show that this event will happen many more times in the future. “Even though this particular case has been dropped, legal scholars say the issues it revealed are unlikely to go away. Similar cases are sure to arise as federal security agencies lock horns with technology companies in the future.” The textual evidence says that this event will happen many more times in the future. If Apple lets the FBI hack its phone, this event probably won't happen again, and many lives could possibly be saved. If Apple doesn't, then the FBI and Apple will have this same event happen again in the future. These problems are supposed to happen more often in the future.
Apple believes the people have a right to their privacy. “Apple phones have features that protect the privacy of the information on them, and the Fourth Amendment guarantees people this right to privacy.” Apple doesn't want to “hand” over their phones because of the fourth amendment. Apple believes that people need their privacy on their phones. They don't want the FBI hacking their phones because they believe people will get mad because they are not getting their privacy. People might start to stop using Apple’s cell phone plan.
The FBI needs Apple’s permission to hack their phones, so they can solve more cases. “Instead, the FBI wanted Apple to write new software to unlock Syed Farook's iPhone. Last December, Farook and his wife killed 14 people in a mass shooting in San Bernardino. Because of the privacy features of the iPhone, the FBI could not search Farook's phone for information about the attack without Apple's help. When Apple refused, the FBI sought to force the company to help by taking it to court Apple refused because they wanted to protect their customers privacy.” According to the article writer Whitt Flora, there was a shooting that killed 14 people, and the FBI wanted to hack the killer’s and his wife's phone to see who was all in the murder. Yes I understand the no part on hacking other customers phones, but when there is a murder involved.. You should just hand over the phone.
The FBI deserves to have the right to hack Apple’s phone’s. With the technology that we should have in the future, there should be many more events like this that is going to happen. Apple believes the people have a right to their privacy. The FBI needs Apple’s permission to hack their phones so they can solve more cases.