US Government and Apple to face off in court over iPhone privacy

US Government and Apple to face off in court over iPhone privacy

It is a decisive especially in the success or failure before a federal judge in Southern California focuses on the battle between the federal judge and tech giant actually who want help from Apple to unlock an iPhone linked to one of the shooters in the December terror attack in San Bernardino California.

It’s a fight over the future of high tech close observation the trust infrastructure undergirding the global software ecosystem and how far the software developers and technology companies can be compulsorily as prepared suppliers of hacking tools for Government written by Julian Sanchez libertarian Cato Institute in Washington.

US Government and Apple to face off in court over iPhone privacy

Indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of many people

Apple give moral support by a broad Coalition of technology giants including Facebook, Google, Yahoo give reasons or cite evidence in support of an idea that the FBI is attempt to find a back door into all iPhones as part of the probe into the December 2 an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of many people that left 14 people dead.

It also struggle to surmount the Government is over stepping legal bounds by using a statue called All Writs Act, which dates back to 1789 in order to force Apple to hack into the iPhone in question.

The government and people wants to know what is there on terrorist phone

The government has fired back by saying that Apple was not above the law and that its request for technical assistance concerns a single case.

The Apple 5C shooter Syed Farook’s from Bernardino health department, both Syed and his wife Tashfeen Malik died in a fire fight with police after the attack.

The Government and the people wants to know what is on the terrorist phone it is a narrow targeted order the Government needs Apple’s assistance to find out.

Tech companies and security experts and civil rights advocates are saying the issue is not about iPhone as it is setting a precedent to open the door and being forced to hand over customer data.