“The encryption key comes in only after your client is refusing to give them the unencrypted data,” Niemeyer said. “They don’t want the key as an object. They want this data with respect to a target that they’re investigating. And it seems to me that that’s all this case is about and its been blown out of proportion by all these contentions that the government is seeking keys to access others people’s data and so forth.”
Well, we know who's a good little government stoolie, that's for sure.