Barack Obama’s cyber security push spurs privacy fears

"Jennifer Granick, director of civil liberties at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society, said she was hopeful the FBI would not succeed in pressuring the administration into doing anything that could enforce backdoors in the encryption being rolled out by large technology companies.

“These are global companies, they can’t provide global customers with a product with backdoors to the US government. They would die in the market place,” she said. “All the economic interests in the world are telling them [the governments and law enforcement agencies pushing for backdoors] no.”"