US presidential aspirant Hilary Clinton had spoken out calling the case of the legal argument between Apple Inc. and the FBI as the Worst Dilemma ever. Speaking in Grand Rapids in Michigan, the only woman vying for the race to the White House explains her views about the case stating it loud that “there has got to be some way to avoid breaking data encryption and opening the door to a lot of bad actors,” but that there also “has to be some way to follow up on criminal activity and prevent crimes and terrorism.” She said.
Although Clinton isn’t trying to aide any side in campaigning against the law or breaking the privacy of the people but she didn’t present a hard solution to both parties.
“It’s a problem we’ve got to come up with some way to solve,” she said. “And I am not expert in any way to tell you how to do it.”
She also stated her concerns for mistrust between the two sides but never gave a better means by which the two can reconcile rather stated that the case was a “serious problem that has to be somehow worked through.” Clinton’s nebulous position on the issue may need to solidify soon — Apple and the FBI’s fight over encryption has already made its way to Congress, and is likely to remain a hot topic for the presidential candidates ahead of the primaries and the election.