President Trump said Apple should break its encryption and allow authorities access to devices as it has received his support over trade.
Attorney General William Barr has asked Apple to unlock the iPhone used by the shooter in Pensacola, Florida.
Jim Baker, former General Counsel for the FBI from 2012-2014, has seen the light on encryption, embracing the importance of keeping our data secure from bad actors, even though it makes law enforcement’s job harder.
The U.S and UK governments signed a major data access agreement and urged Facebook to provide a backdoor to end-to-end encryption.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr suggested that Americans should just accept encryption backdoor security risks (via TechCrunch). Encryption Backdoor Risks In a speech today, William Barr called on tech companies to help the federal government to access devices with a lawful order. In other words, ignore the security risks and put a backdoor into their…