Sound to me more like a criminal than an attorney. He wants unauthorized access to devices he doesn't own. Isn't that what the black hat hackers do? When you can't tell the difference between law enforcement and criminals, they are ALL criminals.
Actually, it's not surprising that we are having this debate now. Our government today has about as much in common with its early years as man has to monkeys. They were trying to live in a real democracy then and now they are doing their best to prevent it.
I just wanted to thank you for being courageous enough to do this. I've been an Insider for as long as you have offered it and I still have my "Looooots for shirts" t-shirt. I am more than willing to support you through these types of things, especially if I get to kill the ads. Too bad others don't follow this example.
Not to be an advocate for it, but the Corporate Sovereignty provisions in TTIP might cure this nonsense. Unfortunately, even that "bright" spot is enough to make those trade agreements worth the costs.