Apple argued that helping to open one iPhone would produce code that could be used to make

 

private information on all iPhones vulnerable, not only to the American government but also to

 

other foreign governments and criminal elements. Do you agree with Apple’s “slippery slope”

 

argument? Does avoiding these harms provide adequate justification for Apple’s refusal to

 

open the phone, even if it could reveal crucial information on the terrorist shooting?