Essay on The Importance Of Privacy, Security, And Consumer Trust

832 Words Nov 28th, 2016 4 Pages
Imagine living in a world where the government had complete control and access to your personal secrets. This world might soon come upon us if we don’t take a stand against the F.B.I. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is convinced that they have the right to forcefully intrude on an individual daily life when they choose. In March of 2016 went against the F.B.I beliefs by sticking to its ideals and protecting individuals rights. Apple did this by refusing to help the F.B.I unlock an iPhone belonging to Syed Farook. In this writing I will focus on the importance of privacy, security, and consumer trust. A world without privacy is a world society will never be ready for. Picture if every thing you did, said, or even thought was made viewable to everyone at any second. Half of all U.S. households own at least one Apple product, according to CNBC 's All-America Economic survey. 1 billion devices from the Apple Watch and Mac to the iPod and iPhone are in regular use, communicating with the App Store and checking in with iCloud. With a single click of a button the government will gain access to every bit of information that ever entered these devices. Know the question is “ will you be comfortable or relaxed with that”? Since April 1st 1976 Apple has made people feel at ease with the content they enter into their devices by protecting sensitive personal information that individuals provided in the course of everyday transaction. Even the highest ranking government official…

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