2. In 2015, Apple refused a request from the US FBI to unlock an iPhone used by a terrorist. In 2021, it has just been revealed that this standoff only resolved when an Australian company called Azimuth Security cracked the iPhone encryption on the FBI’s behalf.
3B. Would utilitariansthink Azimuth Security was ethically right or wrong to break Apple’s security for the FBI? Give at least two reasons utilitarians would consider.
4A. Explain the difference between contractual rights and ethical rights.
4B. Outline at least two rights or duties a Kantian might think HungaryPanda has in this case and at least two rights or duties workers might have.
4C. Briefly explain Kant’s categorical imperative. State whether you think HungryPanda’s treatment of Mr Yang in the case meets this imperative and explain why.
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