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This is incontrovertible evidence that tech companies do not need to make back doors for government access. It will always be possible to crack technology, always. It should be a healthy a cat and mouse game. All the FBI and government officials have been saying is, ‘We’re either too lazy or too incompetent to crack these devices, so let’s make the tech companies make it easy for us.’ Companies like Cellebrite shouldn’t be a rarity but rather an essential component of any government security program.
Just because an addiction may have a physiological element doesn’t make it a disease. Addictions like video games are little more than a choice. A choice is not a disease. The choice may have a physical element, but resisting urges (which always has a physical element) is called self control. By saying these things are diseases we reduce the significance of choice, that ‘it’s not my fault’. The victim mindset is ruining cultures that adhere to it. It seems to me not exercising self control in the face of temptation should be considered a disease.