Trevor Noah tackled the biggest tech issue on last night's "Daily Show": Facebook's new emojis. Then, he tackled the second-biggest: Apple vs. the FBI.
"What's funny to me here," Noah said, "is how powerful Apple is ... that they treat the FBI just like any other customer."
Noah noted the antiquity of the All Writs Act, a 1789 law which, the FBI argues, is precedent for Apple's cooperation.
"[The law] was actually signed by George Washington when he came into office," Noah continued. "So, this was a time when the hottest technology was wooden teeth, people."
"Honestly, I see both sides of the story," Noah admitted. "And that's why we need to think hard and long about this. Because knee-jerk reactions to terrorist attacks often lead to trouble."
"The security decisions we make right after terror attacks are like the food decisions we'd be making after drinking until 3 a.m. And that's how you end up with scary things, like the Patriot Act and the waffle taco."
Watch the full segment below: