Sundar Pichai Google CEO backs Tim Cook’s resistance to access iPhone information

Sundar Pichai Google CEO backs Tim Cook’s resistance to access iPhone information

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Sundar Pichai Google CEO backs Tim Cook’s resistance to access iPhone information: The Indian – American chief executive of the leading and the top company of the world, Google, Sundar Pichai have now come up with a rivalry with the giant tech company, Apple. The battle is regarding an order of the court regarding certain information that is supposed to be accessed by the FBI. The information is present in an encrypted iPhone which is used and possessed by an American shooter. The shooter has been traced down to San Bernardino.

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Sundar Pichai throws light on a letter this Tuesday connecting with his millions of followers. The tweet directed his fans to the chief executive of Apple. He argued that if they made it possible that the FBI caught hold of the phone of the American shooter named Syed Rizwan Farook, the lives of millions of Americans would be safe.

According to news, Farook and Tashfeen Malik, Farook’s wife has been reported to shoot fourteen people with guns on 2nd of December. The event occurred in San Bernardino, California at a social service agency. After the incident, they were killed by the police.

The director of FBI, James Comey, had stated the previous week that the police department have not been able to retrieve or catch hold of any information that were present on the iPhone 5c of the American shooter.

Thus, the court ordered Apple to help the FBI with the matter on war footing. They are directed to invent such software that had the ability to hack into Apple’s very own gadgets. The software would then help them to access all the information that was present in the device.

To this, Sundar Pichai retorted that this could be risky because the invention of such software would mean that the tech companies would have the ability to hack into the private devices of the company. That would be extremely insecure for the millions worldwide.

While the government wants that the giant tech company, Apple makes a way to hack their very own security system, this is a serious matter to look into.