There are several problems with academic publishing. First the publishers often charge the authors a fee to publish. Second the authors are required to surrender their copyright to the publisher. Third the subscriptions and charges per article are unaffordable for most individuals. Fourth, often the research is sponsored by a government agency thus the taxpayers. All are troubling but the last is most.
Also, the idea of publication and peer review is to get results and theories out to the wider academic community not to make a publishing house rich.
As far as breaking codes, natural languages have sound thus letter patterns in the language. If the encrypted text is long enough, the text will have essentially the same distribution as the language. Also, many encrypted messages, particularly government/military tend to have an internal structure much like a business letter. Both of these patterns give clues allowing code breaking. This was observed in the 1920's by William Friedman.
Also, the strength of cypher system is based on the underlying technology used to create it. Modern computer based systems are mathematically very strong for our current technology but they can be broken if one has enough computational power and enough time.
Back to San Bernardino, there is another rule about intelligence: it goes stale the older the information. Even if there is intelligence information on the phone, as it ages it will become much less useful overall.
Many very legitimate businesses will be essentially cash only dependent on the demographics and local area they serve. The problem is with bureaucrats who do not actually try to understand how many businesses work and why.
Roca must be run by a masochist. None of the lawsuits or threats had any real legal merit and were only done to harass. But they should of picked a target with very shallow pockets and no knowledge of the law.
The are a few ads I think most will tolerate and occasionally pay attention to. Static ads that a reasonably generic that relate to the website. IP based ads for local companies. And emails from vendors you have dealt with and are likely to buy from. Of the 3, the emails are probably the most effective - there is an existing relationship and interest in some of the products.