Should Apple Protect Customer Privacy Or Open Doors To Possible Key San Bernardino Shooting Information?

Apple CEO Tim Cook published a public letter this past Tuesday explaining the dangerous situation for all current and future iPhone holders if Apple were to break into the iPhone for the FBI and called this order "an overreach by the U.S. government.".

What do you think? Should we jeopardize the security of millions of iPhone users for key criminal evidence and information? 

Check out the full letter by clicking the link below!

Message To Our Customers: A Public Letter From Apple CEO Tim Cook

Source: CNN (link below)
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