The battle between Apple and the FBI is far from over. If you've been following the case, you know that it started when the FBI asked, and then ordered, Apple to bypass some of the security measures on an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino terrorists.
Apple is refusing on the grounds that doing so would potentially give the FBI and the U.S. government a backdoor into any citizen's iPhone. Tech companies and security experts are generally siding with Apple, while polls show that many Americans and terrorist victims are siding with the FBI.
Congress is currently hearing testimony from the FBI and Apple on the subject, and getting some interesting revelations. Still it's going to take a while for the situation to come to any sort of resolution, leaving everyone to argue over "the right thing to do."
Kim has gotten a flood of calls and emails asking her what she thinks about the FBI's demand and Apple's refusal.
That's why she's devoted her latest free podcast toward exploring the situation in depth and coming to a firm conclusion.