Apple CEO talks to ABC News about refusal to comply with FBI request

As you know most of the presidential candidates have come out against Apple refusing to comply with the court and break into the iphone of the San Bernardino terrorists.

Today ABC News interviewed Apple’s CEO Tim Cook on this issue, who simply makes the argument that this is just too dangerous to create.


I’m really sympathetic to both sides. I just can’t believe there isn’t a way to create this key and keep it away from hackers or the internet.

It is true though that once it’s created it will be used left and right by the FBI to hack iphones. So I get Cook’s point about it setting a precedent.

But this is national security at stake here.

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