Apple’s Refusal to Create iPhone Backdoor Pits Public Safety Against Personal Privacy

"Riana Pfefferkorn, associate director of surveillance and cybersecurity at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, said people should consider potential global implications of creating a hole in a technology’s encryption. “

There's no way to build access for the good guys, such as the police, that couldn't be discovered by the bad guys, like criminals, or one nation state hacking another,” she said. “If the U.S. demands it, then every government in the world will demand the same thing.”"