The following is an excerpt from Will Oremus | February 23, 2016 | Slate.com |
At this point, the legal and rhetorical battle between Apple and the FBI over access to the data stored on a San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone has escalated to such an extent that it’s almost impossible to imagine either side backing down. But a cartoonist named Dustin Rogers has imagined just that—well, not just that—in a Web comic that finds an element of absurdity in an otherwise deadly serious legal and policy debate.
Published initially on Rogers’ Tumblr blog and Imgur page, the comic envisions a scenario in which Apple ultimately complies with the FBI’s request that it unlock the phone—but the contents aren’t quite what the authorities were hoping for.
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