This week, a federal district court in California ordered Apple to comply with an FBI request to modify the iPhone operating system to allow authorities to access a device belonging to the terrorists involved in the San Bernardino attack. The court’s ruling and Apple’s response raise important questions on civil rights, personal privacy and national security. At Punch, we feel these issues are important, so we’ve illustrated the key points to make it easy to understand the implications. What’s your perspective on the issue? Tweet us, or share on Facebook.