Some will argue that 'it's not a problem if you've got nothing to hide'. Well, laws can be changed and made retrospective - David Hicks found this out in 2007. That's not to make excuses for Hicks - I have no opinion one way or the other as to whether he broke the law - but laws can change and what you think is OK today may not be tomorrow.
Creating a backdoor into any operating system's security will, inevitably, lead to a loss of security and device integrity.
The US Government, as the Edward Snowden leaks made abundantly clear, is unable to perfectly secure its own systems.
No one can.
Source: Macworld AU
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