Apple rejects order to unlock gunman's iPhone

Apple rejects order to unlock gunman's iPhone

Apple says helping the FBI break into an iPhone could set a "dangerous precedent."\n<br><br>\n<i><u>"Alexa, whodunit?" (Text 3) </u>-- This article is part of a Knowledge Set exploring the use of information recorded by the Amazon Echo (a voice-activated home speaker) as evidence in a murder investigation. This article addresses a similar case in which Apple was asked to unlock the iPhone of Syed Rizwan Farook, a person involved in the December 2015 terror attack in San Bernardino, California. Use this article to provide further context about the issues presented in the Amazon Echo case and encourage students compare and contrast the two situations. While reading, students should consider whet

Anthony Cuthbertson
Newsweek

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

Do companies have a moral or legal responsibility to share private information about their customers when it might help the police solve crimes?
STANDARDS:
RI.2 - Main Ideas

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

2,4
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