Privacy Vs. Accessibility: Can They Coexist In Cyberspace?

Law360, New York (February 26, 2016, 10:27 AM EST) -- Daniel B. Garrie

Yoav M. Griver

Elad Yoran The public safety versus privacy debate regarding cybersecuirty and end-to-end encryption has entered the mainstream of society and jurisprudence. One need look no further than the very public Apple Inc. v. FBI dispute currently playing out in the media. Apple has decided it will challenge a judge's order that it help the FBI access the cellphone of one of the San Bernardino terrorists, contending that helping the FBI's investigation in that case will inevitably endanger the data security of every iPhone user.

As is usually the case in complex matters, both sides make...

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