Swift reactions to fear is what led to the internment of Japanese Americans after the attack on Pearl Harbor. With the tragedy of San Bernardino we are having the same reaction, but to all Americans. Gaining a back door to an iPhone's security system undermines an individual's security and privacy. Apple is standing up for the individual's privacy, and this bill is a strong arm effort to get them to cooperate to the whims of the FBI rather than follow the judicial process. So I vote nay.