Should there be a back door to our encrypted digital devices/content so that law enforcement can have access for investigative purposes? Or does our right to privacy preclude any such access?
This is a great debate, which has been brought to the forefront by the Apple-FBI kerfuffle, with far-reaching implications. One thing that helps in understanding this issue is listening to erudite people who are schooled in the details engage in an in depth discussion of the topic.
Listen to this conversation with Albert Wenger and Mike Masnick. I won't prejudice you with my opinions other than to say this is worth an hour of your time.