There may be exceptions, but I think the Constitution generally promotes the notion of freedom from tyranny in whatever form and most laws are constructed to penalize criminal activity. It seems reasonable that anyone and everyone should have the freedom from government tyranny to encrypt anything they want by any means they want. The law should be structured so it only applies to misuse of encryption in criminal activity. In this case, both Apple and the FBI are wrong. The FBI should only be asking for the data, not the methodology used to obtain it. Apple can and should be able to extract and deliver information stored in their devices by criminals.