Australia's attorney-general George Henry Brandis is a man who knows very little about technology. Being an educated individual — at least going by his CV — one would thus assume that he would steer clear of areas that are bound to embarrass him. Unfortunately, this is not the case with the current Apple v FBI situation.
Last week, when Apple refused to obey a court order asking it to effectively create a backdoor into iOS, its mobile operating system, it looked like a straightforward fight with the FBI.
The technology company that embodies closed, proprietary practices more than any other has taken a stand on behalf of its customers, a stand that will take it into territory never traversed before.
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