News Apple Helping Terrorist Apple refuses to Hack Terrorist Phone

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  1. Rodney21a

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    You Apple tards and your cult have gone too far AKA APPLES NEW HOMO CEO HATES OUR COUNTRY, and Steve Jobs had Muzzie DNA

    Why Apple is battling investigators over San Bernardino terrorists' iPhone
    James Queally, Brian Bennett and Richard WintonContact Reporters
    Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook's stand against having his firm help unlock encrypted data on the San Bernardino shooters' cellphone is part of a larger battle between the federal government and Silicon Valley.

    U.S. Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym in Riverside directed Apple on Tuesday to help the FBIget around the phone’s passcode protection and any auto-erase functions the device might employ.

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    In a statement, Cook said that such a move would undermine encryption by creating a backdoor that could potentially be used in the future on devices.

    prosecutors and intelligence officials say current technologies can make it impossible to examine suspects' communications even if police have a court order.

    Law enforcement officials note that some tech companies have boasted to customers that when their technologies are used, nobody can gain access to their messages ever, including the government.



     
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    Some people appreciate their right to privacy. :dontknow:
     
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    Rodney21a Well-Known Member Banned User

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    Dead People have a right to privacy ?

    Terrorist arnt people fool
     
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    Im sure there are hackers out there who can help the FBI for a price.
     
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    Rodney21a Well-Known Member Banned User

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    thats not the point dude. You have 4 tries at the "hack" and then it bricks.... realy what can expect from somebody like you...right....
     
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    My understanding is the FBI wants Apple to create code that lets them backdoor every device, not just the particular one here.

    Why can't the FBI / Court just order that Apple "open" this particular phone without showing the Govt how they did it?

    I am no Apple fan at all, but from what I know, they are in the right to fight this. They should open this phone, for sure, but that's not what the FBI wants.
     
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    it's about more than just that one phone..it's setting a precedent.
     
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    Rodney21a Well-Known Member Banned User

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    No it isn't
     
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    oh ok, I must have bad reading comprehension.

    “This isn’t just about one iPhone, it’s about all of our software and all of our digital devices,” he said. “If this precedent gets set, it will spell digital disaster for the trustworthiness of everyone’s computers and mobile phones.”
     
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    Good point.
     
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    Its what the guy who is REFUSING to do what the COURT and the LAW has ordered him and apple to something TELLING you what it is
    Because he tells you it is THAT doesn't mean it IS THAT
    COMPRENDO?


    If a guy tells you that The Sun is The Moon and The Moon is the Sun well then it must be the Fucking Moon Right?

    Does that make the "problem" easier for you to understand?
     
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    Android users are always so angry :jj:
     
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    "Apple Helping Terrorist Apple"

    Wow there's a whole Apple organization that's terrorist? Is it like Cobra?
     
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    Boutros helping Boutros Boutros.
     
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    Give the Feds the o k or Apple will wished they did
     
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    Give Rodney a chance.
     
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    This is exactly what's going on. It's not that Apple doesn't want to help the Police, it's that the Police are requesting a skeleton key that they can use to decrypt any iPhone not just the one in question here. That's a huge over step and basically leaves all iPhone users vulnerable. If that decryption software ever got out into the open Apple would be screwed.
     
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    The FBI will in 4 business days be able to hack into any iPhone.

    What's even worse is this backdoor program the judge ordered Apple to create will eventually leak into the Black Market and every scam artist on earth can hack your phone.
     
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    Yeah this is total bullshit. The whole point of having an iPhone is it uses different os code from other phones that get hacked all the time

    The FBI won't be the only people getting this -- it will leak to the black market and any criminal can now get into your iphone