You’ve likely heard by now that the FBI has ordered Apple to unlock an iPhone for them, as it was being used by the San Bernardino shooter. Apple has adamantly refused to do so, and the two parties are likely to continue clashing unless a third party is able to unlock the phone for the FBI.

Why is Apple refusing? How might this demand evolve if fulfilled?

In his latest article for the American City Business Journals, Heinan explains the ins and outs of this case and gives his thoughts on the privacy dilemma it involves.

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