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Let’s hope the FBI really can crack the terrorist’s iPhone

Tim Greene | March 23, 2016
If the FBI can crack the terrorists iPhone it gives Congress more time to come up with a thoughtful decision on encryption backdoors and privacy.

Law enforcement makes a compelling case that without backdoors some of the worst criminals and terrorists might go free, and crimes that might have been nipped in the planning stage will be carried out.

If there’s a technology that can fully meet the needs of both sides nobody’s made it public, so there will be a compromise. It likely won’t be what the technology side favors, but it will be a more thoughtful and therefor better outcome than if the Apple v. FBI suit goes forward.


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