Should Cell Phones Have Back doors?
Big brother want access to your Cell Phones
FBI’s chief executive, James Comey, said during a speech at the Brookings Institute last week that mobile phone manufacturers should not offer users the encryption on their Cell Phones.
His criticism is directed and mainly against Apple and Google. Both offer users to encrypt the content on their phones.
Furthermore, James Comey said that there should be backdoors on all phones so that authorities can fight crime more effectively.
But everyone does not agree with him, Jon Tanguy at SSD manufacturer Micron believes that backdoors poses a great risk and can be used by people or companies that do not belong to authorities.
Jon Tanguy argue that if Apple and Google offered a backdoor to the FBI, then it is only a matter of time before someone else will have access to the mobile.