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.
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.
Deontology tells us to be fair and not to take advantage of others while teleology tells about doing whatever we want and it gives us a result that is good to us.  Cyber security is very important and big public safety concern. Everyone are worried if there is possibility that the most confidential and private info is exposed to hackers or governmental organisations. A Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey found that 47 percent said Apple should not collaborate with FBI. And when they were asked if FBI needs to keep an eye on terrorist then they were almost split equally.
Having that same agency also spy on their own citizens is tremendously worse for domestic relations, protests and rallies have been organized to raise awareness and attempt to put a stop to these heinous acts of privacy invasion. What is worse is that the United States government has been actively trying to pass bills and acts, in secret courts, to make the collection of all this data easier. The government attempts to justify these acts of privacy invasion by claiming that it is really for the protection of society. If there was a benefit to this mass collection of data it would be moot in comparison to all the unlawful activity and detriments spying on pretty much everyone causes. At this point the inter... ... middle of paper ... ...ot want to be spied on.
He addresses the truth that even some of the governors force Apple to hack iPhones when they need people’s information. He considers maintaining people’s privacy as the primary purpose. He also insists that Apple should not be forced to use their information which could lead people’s safety. In “Forcing Apple to Hack That iPhone Sets a Dangerous Precedent,” Darrell Issa uses statistics and historical evidence to effectively persuade his audience of governors that they need to consider whether or not Apple should be forced to hack or not because it could bring people to a dangerous situation and forget the purpose of keeping people’s privacy. Issa utilizes statistics to suggest ideas.
Many citizens do not care if the spying is legal, believing that it is morally wrong. Government surveillance organizations have grown to be extremely powerful and are capable of accessing large swaths of personal information; these abilities intrude into the private lives of citizens and need to be curtailed. The NSA collects information via various means. Some information is taken during transmission and then decrypted. Most decryption is not done by methods used in war, but instead the NSA undermined cryptographic standards and then utilized the weaknesses they had implanted into the standards to decrypt the intercepted information.
New measures that have little to no effect on terrorism and national security are emerging and they question our society’s freedom as they will unquestionably persist past the post-9/11 terrorism crisis (Higgs 66). Citizens are having their rights revoked with a strong likelihood that those rights will never be returned. After the World Trade Center terrorist attacks, there was an obvious sense of insecurity in the nation and Americans “‘leaned hard to the security side and put certain conc... ... middle of paper ... ...hts that is guaranteed to all people in the Bill of Rights. Interrogation tactics have become so brutal and infringed on civil liberties without a second thought in order to help the CIA’s job of interrogating potential terrorists easier. After the World Trade Center attacks, the government violated citizen’s civil liberties by enacting unnecessary policies, treating civilians incorrectly, and utilizing cruel interrogation tactics.
The ignorance of the American people is understandable; the government has gone to great lengths to ensure secrecy when it comes to the details of the Carnivore project. The purpose of this paper is to bring to light exactly how the Federal Burro of Investigation (FBI) has invaded the privacy of a countless number of Americans. Once the severe flaws of the Carnivore system have been outlined, this paper will describe what laws need to be changed to make the Carnivore project even reasonable. The FBI designed the Carnivore system to capture email communications of a criminal suspect. The information extracted from the suspect’s e-mails is then used as evidence against the suspect.
One will never look fat, wrinkly or become weak with brittle bones and, thus, even the fear of growing old is taken away. Mustapha Mond, one of the world controllers in the novel, sums up physical happiness with the statement: ?The world is stable now?They?re well off; They?re safe; They are never ill; they?re not afraid of death; they?re blissfully ignorant of passion and old age?? (Huxley 220). The characters, Bernard Marx, Lenina Crowne, and Helmholtz Watson are each looking for more than what is offered by physical happiness, they are looking for actual happiness. Actual happiness ?relates more to the mind and heart?
The American citizens need to stand for what they feel is morally right and not what they are told to stand up for. Works Cited Insider Trading. “Pre- 9/11 Put Options on Companies Hurt by Attack Indicates Foreknowledge,” 9-11 Research.com March 21 2013. Web. Nov. 8 2013 Media Hitman, “9/11 Suspects Can’t Mention being tortured during Trial Testimony because Their Torture is Classified,” USA Hitman, Oct. 29 2013.