While an earlier public poll showed the majority of the public siding with the FBI in the dispute over whether Apple should be forced to help the government break into an iPhone, the public mood appears toĀ be shifting. AĀ WSJ/NBC poll shows that, overall, American voters are now almost evenly split on the issue.
Neither theĀ WSJ norĀ NBC has yet released the full poll ā only the results relating to the Republican primary race ā butĀ CNETĀ has reported the numbers.
Overall, American voters are evenly divided over whether Apple should cooperate with FBI efforts to crack open a terrorist’s iPhone.
47 percent said they feared the government wouldn’t go far enough in protecting national security, while 44 percent feared it would intrude too far into citizens’ privacy.
As you’d expect, there was a significant difference in views among registered Republicans and Democrats …
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