In the high-profile standoff over cracking the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, Apple and other major American tech companies made it clear that they wouldn’t build special access for the US government – or anyone else – into their products.

But one leading cybersecurity expert says there’s another way for law enforcement to get the content they need for their criminal and terrorist investigations, without compromising the security of the millions of other consumers who also use those products.

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