Share on twitter
Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on email

A district court in California has ordered Apple to create software that will disable security features on the iPhone of one of the San Bernadino shooters. The order garnered significant public attention and vows to appeal from Apple. Can the government require a tech company to create backdoors into technology products? What does this mean for data security? What does this mean for companies who promise security to their customers?

Listen to Podcast
Listen to Podcast

Join Antigone Peyton, Clyde Findley, and Jennifer Atkins in this podcast, where they discuss the implications of the district court’s order and what we might see as the case continues.