While much of the Summit programming is created months in advance through our call-for-presentations process, we do leave space in the program so that we can be responsive to the news of the day. What could be newsier than the FBI’s battle with Apple over access to a San Bernardino iPhone? In response, we’ve programmed “Going Dark? The Fallout from Apple vs. FBI,” featuring MIT’s Danny Weitzner, formerly of the White House, and the Brookings Institution’s Benjamin Wittes. Should companies be able to create hermetically sealed environments where consumers can communicate and store information, safe from the prying eyes of government? Weitzner and Wittes debate the answer.
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