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Government wrong in forcing Apple to create anti-encryption software, hack iPhone
By Cameron M. Bray ’16 THE ROUNDUP It seems that the classic, post-9/11 debate of security versus privacy has come to boil once again. Relying on the “All Writs Act of 1789,” Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym of the Federal District Court for the District of Central California ordered Feb. 15 the technology company Apple to create a special software to bypass iPhone security features. This software would allow FBI investigators…
iPad debuts as all in one Tablet, e-reader

This is not a genuine laptop, nor is this is a supersized iPhone.

The Apple iPad is completely new to the precipitous platform where all great technological advances have stood.

To be released in March, Apple Senior Vice President Phil Schiller claims that the iPad “is going to change the way we do the things we do, everyday.”