Let's simplify things.
You can have privacy (and so will some of the crooks).
Or you can trust the government with the keys to everything in your life.
And by "trust the government" I mean "trust that the 'good guys' won't misuse them, even though they already have", "trust that someone rogue in the government won't misuse them, even though they already have", and "trust that government security will keep the crooks (and foreign governments) from accessing them, even though they already have."
You can't have both. There's no happy compromise. There's no backdoor that can be opened only when law enforcement needs it. There's no debate to have here.
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