By Todd Bernhard
Apple is under a great deal of scrutiny, understandably so, for its stance on privacy. The government has ordered Apple to "unlock" the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino terrorists. This is the government's prerogative and the need for the information on that phone is understandable and could very well save lives. Apple is not being asked to unlock every iPhone or make all iPhones unlockable. The order is for this very specific phone, and Apple could do the unlocking in its own environment to make sure any external uses of unlocking software doesn't occur.