Apple is right to refuse to help the FBI hack into iphonnes

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    Some political dilemmas come to down to: Whom should we trust more? In the case of Apple vs. the FBI, the question is: Whom should we distrust less?
    FBI vs. Apple: Government Shouldn't Get Encryption Back Door | National Review
    Apple Is Right to Refuse to Help the FBI Hack into iPhones


    That's why most ppl want apple even though they have a few backdoors to shit they claim they don't but they do.. but nowhere near what droids etc have...... not yet anyway.
    But we already knew this it's the sheep who still have trouble esp. the losers who tell you take your meds lmfao. Those usually the dumbasses taking all the meds.

    We warned you how this bs can be used against you years later and from years ago.
     
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    I disagree if it was an American yes,, but if we are dealing a terrorist group then it needs to be uncovered
     
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    I agree. This county just doesn't need a Gestapo or a KGB. If it did it just wouldn't be this country anymore.
     
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    This sounds like the Clipper Chip controversy all over again. I thought we settled that back in the 1990s.
     
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    I have always supported Apple in their fight to protect property rights and privacy rights.

    I hope that they aren't forced to violate those rights.

    It's only fair that I disclose that I've owned a Mac in my home since 1987. I've had many in the years since. I use an iPhone and iPad along with my MacBook laptop.
     
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    The FBI is not telling apple to give up a secret they already have.

    They are telling apple to assign a team to do work in a certain area and come up with the desired solution...The FBI (or any gov't agency) has no right to do that! ESPECIALLY at apples expense!

    1 - It would cost Apple to do the work.
    2 - It would cost Apple by sabotaging the security of their own product.

    What if the gov't ordered YOU to work on a project at your own expense?
     
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    It doesn't work this way. They want a way for law enforcement to hack into phones, not for Apple to do it for them. All the same, law enforcement can label anyone a terrorist.
     
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