Stanislaw Jablonowski
Stanislaw Jablonowski voted up Angela Anthony's answer

What can we actually learn from this phone? We know these people are terrorists with connections, where do these connections go? I'm sure the government already knows the answer to this question. Heck no! Apple needs to stick to their guns....kudos to them for not caving under pressure. I for one don't want that "ability" … Read more

Stanislaw Jablonowski
Stanislaw Jablonowski voted up Angela Anthony's answer

What can we actually learn from this phone? We know these people are terrorists with connections, where do these connections go? I'm sure the government already knows the answer to this question. Heck no! Apple needs to stick to their guns....kudos to them for not caving under pressure. I for one don't want that "ability" … Read more

Stanislaw Jablonowski
Stanislaw Jablonowski voted up Angela Anthony's answer

What can we actually learn from this phone? We know these people are terrorists with connections, where do these connections go? I'm sure the government already knows the answer to this question. Heck no! Apple needs to stick to their guns....kudos to them for not caving under pressure. I for one don't want that "ability" … Read more

Stanislaw Jablonowski
Stanislaw Jablonowski voted up Matt Radiance's answer

Solving this would be easy in my opinion.

Remain the encryption system in productions in order to maintain the  safety of citizens and the users. (no change in the foundation of the apple productions)

But simply, when an emergency happens, like this case, Apple must cooperate, because breaking the encryption under these circumstances has nothing to … Read more