(Bloomberg) -- Courts aren’t the best place to resolve debates between the government and big technology companies, just as legislation dictating how firms use encryption isn’t a good answer either, according to a top executive at Intel Corp.

"Most courts don’t really understand technology," said Chris Young,  general manager of the Intel Security Group at Intel Corp., in an interview in Arlington, Virginia. "So to say that the court always has the right answer in this case, I don’t know if that’s the best way to solve the problem at a large scale."

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