On October 10, 2015, in a closely watched debate between Silicon Valley and the law enforcement and intelligence communities, the Obama Administration sided with industry and announced that it would not seek legislation that would provide the government with access to encrypted data contained on iPhones and other devices. Cryptographers and privacy advocates had argued that there is no way to create a "back door" to the encrypted data without rendering the data vulnerable to foreign intelligence agencies and cybercriminal and terrorist groups. In addition, Apple and other companies were concerned that the passage of such legislation might embolden foreign governments to pass similar or more invasive laws. Law enforcement has argued that encryption will make their jobs more difficult; however, in 2014, encryption was encountered in only a small fraction of wiretaps, and officials decrypted all but four of the 25 wiretaps that involved encryption.