With more than half of the US population using an Apple iPhone, the news of the battle about to play out between the mega tech company and the FBI is front and center.
The big question on everyone’s mind: can the government require Apple to decrypt the data of a terrorist suspect? The forthcoming battle and the answer to that question all circles back to the All Writs Act of 1789.
Listen in as Kevin King discusses the legal basis for the FBI’s request and how this battle is bringing privacy concerns to the forefront of public attention.
Want to hear more talks from Peter and Kevin King? Tune into WCIS 1010 AM Columbus, IN the first and third Friday of every month for People’s Law Talk.