Last week was quite a week for FBI Director James Comey, who appeared on "60 Minutes" and at the Brookings Institute to reiterate that the government just has to have the ability to crack the encryption on mobile devices. You'll recall that Apple and Google are supporting mobile operating systems with encryption that even they can't break.
Comey's not a fan. But his statements about the nature of privacy make one wonder why he should be trusted. Comey doesn't seem to trust any of us, operating under the assumption that someone who doesn't want the government rifling through their stuff must be up to no good.