Do We Have Right to Security?
Don’t be distracted by the technical details. The model of phone, the method of encryption, the detailed description of the specific attack technique, and even the feasibility are all irrelevant.
Don’t be distracted by the legal wrangling. By the timing, the courts, or the laws in question. Nor by politicians, proposed legislation, Snowden, or speeches at think tanks or universities.
Don’t be distracted by who is involved. Apple, the FBI, dead terrorists, or common drug dealers.
Everything, all of it, boils down to a single question.
Do we have a right to security?
How about we introduce a bill guaranteeing a right to security. Senator Wyden?
(Via Daring Fireball)