Last month, the Obama administration decided that it won’t push tech companies to put encryption “backdoors” in their products. This means that the companies are not required to provide law enforcement and government agencies with easy access to decrypted private data. While this marks a victory in the age of digital privacy, is this decision enough to fully protect our data from unwarranted access by cops? Read the following article to find out security weaknesses that may be exploited by law enforcement, particularly with the “highly secure” iPhone.

Read the Wired article here