The US Justice Department has withdrawn an order asking tech giant Apple for help accessing an iPhone belonging to last year’s San Bernardino shooter,  Syed Rizwan Farook, after successfully breaching the phone. However, the fight over law enforcement access to encrypted information is by no means over. Tech giants believe that anything that helps authorities bypass the security features of technology products will undermine security for everyone. How should governments balance the need to uphold public security with the right to privacy? Did the FBI overstep its bounds by making the request in the first place? Join us for a discussion with Jay Huang, former managing director of Intel China, Ahmed Baladi, a partner of Allen and Overy international law firm, Ernest McDuffie, founder and CEO of the Global McDuffie Group, and Evan Greer, director of Fight for the Future, a non-profit organization.

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