Apple is refusing to create this software because the company says this would put in danger the privacy of every Apple customer. The company says that once they create this backdoor to the iphone, they cannot guarantee to keep it safe. Because once created it can be modified to open infinite amount of iphones and access their data. Many people are concern about this issue and most experts agree that if the program is created more security issues will arise, not only within individuals, but national and possibly international security issues since technology is now all over the word. Encryption, the language of computers and smartphones is essential.
They want to control every piece of information in their country, and shelter their citizens from "the truth". The Chinese government has designed a bureaucracy that must dwarf the population and expenditures of medium sized nations. All this in a desperate attempt to keep the whispers of democracy and freedom of expression quelled. I think Google has only one choice in this matter. They cannot work with China if they cannot provide uncensored internet services to the public.
America has tried to engage the Chinese to try to stop such theft, but while doing so may have surpassed civil liberties that are constitutional to all American citizens. The United States needs to ensure safety of intellectual property, while at the same time protecting the rights of the American people. By allowing overzealous amounts of regulation on the Internet would be unconstitutional. The most detrimental forms of Internet piracy do not happen within American borders; instead, they occur from overseas countries, like China (London, 2011). This causes the American economy to lose billions of dollars.
The original focus of producing low cost products resulted in a cheap image of Samsung in China and led to a loss of US$210,000 in 1998 for its Suzhou division. The 1997 Asian economic crisis led to Samsung shifting its focus towards higher quality products. Samsung realised they could not compete with the Chinese manufacturers in terms of low priced products. In order to remain competitive in China, Samsung shifted its marketing strategy to one based on “selection and concentration”. After 1997, the focus was on the 10 major cities in China including Beijing, Tianjin, Suzhou, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
Apple, a well known billion dollar company have been so successful at keeping their customers privacy protected. The privacy of personal information is very sensitive to Apple and the FBI should not be allowed to be able to obtain access to anyone’s personal info... ... middle of paper ... ...d. The creation of the new operating system will also create a dangerous precedent for future companies that will affect everyone negatively. The risk that will arise from this conflict could possibly allow the FBI and hackers to all Apple customers privacy. Though making the backdoor system would help the FBI obtain all necessary information regarding the San Bernardino Terrorists, this create a domino effect that will ultimately affect all people. The FBI claims that they will only use the operating system once if they receive it but prior evident proves that it will not be true.
The great firewall of China is a manifestation of the oppressive regime that denies the Chinese people their basic rights to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. The recent action taken by Google to leave China is a move in the right direction. However, Google, like other U.S firms in China, played a deceitful role in abetting the injustice perpetrated by the Chinese government. Google as a company enjoyed the rights guaranteed by the U.S constitution, while they helped an oppressive regime deny it to billions of citizens. Furthermore, abetting an oppressive regime suppress and subjugate its citizens is unethical from any moral standpoint.
In 2006, Google made a deal with the People’s Republic of China to launch Google.cn, a modified version of the American Google search engine. Because of Chinese censorship laws, Google was required to become an Internet service provider in China, as well as censor search results in order to remove any results that are considered illegal in China (Wilson). This means that Google was implying that the vision for their company could comply with the self-censorship laws in China, however, being an American company, they received much criticism about whether their decision was ethical. A factor in Google’s extreme success was the fact that they provided many more services than just a search engine. In fact, Google is used for translation services, email, and blog hosting, among various other things.
 As FBI confirmed that they managed to unlock the terrorist mobile, then this makes Apple worried that the hackers would not send this specific technique to other hackers. Apple needs to work very fast that FBI would not be able to use this specific hacking method for too long time.  The implications of the government’s wants are frightening. They need new regulations that would make their work easier and faster. Problem at moment is that if the government can use the All Writs Act to make it easier to unlock your iPhone, then FBI can easily just arrest and block all your information you had in your mobile or follow your location, or even access your phone’s microphone or camera without you even knowing about it.
China has large population base, and the average education level is low. But that not mean Chinese don’t have judgment to distinguish the fact and rumors. All in all, Chinese government should accept foreign social networking like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. To forbid those networking cannot stop the rumors radically, however, it would lose more useful information than those rumors. Everyone have his or her rights to know what happened and what already has happened in their owe country.
Prior to entering China, Google had high expectations of succeeding in China’s booming market for Internet companies. As Google entered China, they experienced unexpected problems that Google was not prepared to solve. Some of the problems Google faced were: criticisms from the US government and its citizens, poor service to their Chinese users, and a loss of market share to their Chinese competitors. The US government was certainly not a fan of Google entering China. The US government’s view was that Google entered China by placing move value on making profits than protecting citizens’ right to the freedom of speech.