The battle between Apple and FBI, still vague results
It’s been a year since Apple is battling with FBI over the privacy of data, and we’ve barely heard an upshot from either side on the matter. So is everything fine?
I think no.
The FBI stabs to force Apple unbolt an Iphone used by a terrorist arrangement a grand legal battle between security and privacy.
It is battle where on one side is a massive tech company predicting a future in a positive and trouble-free approach. On the opposite side is the world’s most authoritative government slack the threat of a terrorist attack if it can’t get right to use to fundamental information.
The ventures were sky high. Cyber security experts believed that the argument could have far-reaching allegations for everything from how private our personal photos are to how tech companies functions in other countries.
Both were on the edge to head to court, and then a humorous thing took place, the FBI all of a sudden said it didn’t require Apple’s help and the whole matter just disappeared.
But that doesn’t mean everything is adequate.
Because the clash never went out to court, we never got a response on whether security or privacy takes priority. After a year, simply the thing that’s obvious from the public battle is just how obscure the whole thing is.