Unlock Your iPhone If You’ve Nothing to Hide

In light of the feud between Apple and the FBI, we have decided to tackle the ambiguous topic of legal privacy.

There has been a lot going on with the discussion regarding the FBI’s demands that Apple unlocks the iPhone used by one of the shooters in the San Bernadino tragedy. ¬†We begin this episode discussing some of the details of the case, and why it isn’t as simple as it may seem on the surface. After discussing the case, the team takes a look at where privacy is found in the law and how it applies in various circumstances.

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Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons and EFF

The Beer:

Undercover Investigation Shut-Down Ale – Lagunitas Brewing Co.

The Links:

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy – Privacy

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