Apple Concerned About FBI Getting Into Phones

FBI Director James Comey has been arguing about this point for weeks. Should law enforcement be granted the keys to the encryption castle (or at least an unlocked back door) for all those involved in Internet communications to chase the bad guys, or is the effectiveness of having such a tool being overblown? What are the impediments intelligence officials face in their pursuit of the next terrorist attack, and the risks involved if the Apple’s of the world refuse to cooperate.

The merits of the Apple argument, that any type access could be exploited by nefarious hackers, and besides, all of this threatens Americans rights of privacy.

ABC’s Brad Garrett joined us from Washington D.C.