The dispute between the FBI and Apple over a dead terrorist’s iPhone comes to an end, but new fights are just around the corner. Why did bombings in Pakistan and Iraq get so little attention compared to the attacks in Brussels? And the Justice Department indicts seven Iranians for allegedly launching cyber attacks on U.S. banks and a dam in New York.
Shane is not in Pakistan.
Susan wonders if the FBI tried rice to unlock the iPhone.
Ben is reading a new book on cyber conflict.