Was the FBI justified in trying to get apple to hack iphones?Apple shouldn’t allow the FBI to hack the Iphone's.It’s not right for the FBI to try and force them to open people’s phones without their permission.According to https://newsela.com - The FBI is trying to get Apple to unlock people’s phones so they can get people’s info but Apple won’t unlock it because they don’t want them getting into peoples personal information and it could stop people from buying Apple produces. If my mom went through my my phone i would be okay but she should ask before she just takes my phone.Apple might not have the stuff the FBI wants.
It’s not right fort them to only search one person’s phone they should have to search more than just one phone.Point I need to refute- “However, the FBI’s decision to drop its lawsuit against Apple does not justify the actions of Tim Cook, Apple's chief executive officer (CEO). Cook refused to unlock Farook's phone to help the FBI's investigation of the attack. This refusal is hard to justify in an age when America and its allies are coming under attack from extremist groupsIt’s not right for the FBI to hack peoples phones even its to find something out they should get a search warrant or something
This a violation or everyone’s rights.2nd point supporting your thesis- “The FBI backed off because it was able to hack into the phone without Apple's assistance. However, the issues raised by this controversy have not been resolved and we should expect a replay in the future. That’s why it’s important to understand why Apple was right to take the principled position it did.”This as about how the FBI wanted to hack into phones and Apple wouldn’t because of the safety.
FBI shouldn’t be able to get into people’s phones without their permission or them knowing. That’s agents the right, that’s kinda
like breaking a law. Every person has the right to know if someone’s hacking their phone. Apple might not even have the things that the FBI needs/wants.