Gibby, 13 Feb 2016Here here! Very well said and well put My hat's off to you!I see you are making an assumption that the case is related to terrorism. If you do a little research you will see """ItÂ’s unclear why the Justice Department is seeking access to the iPhone. The details of the case remain under seal."""" So now that you have factual information to refute what you have said, we can now discuss how naive your response was.
AnonD-212255, 13 Feb 2016Great retort. Care to back that up with any kind of factual information to refute what I said... more...oh he won't respond. He's on the wrong side of a losing battle - morally & ethically.
AnonD-212255, 13 Feb 2016I think it's safe to say that when you mow down innocent Americans with assault weapons, for n... moreI'm sorry, but how did you jump from a case dealing with drug distribution to immigration and terrorism? You don't seem to grasp the full extent to which the All Writs Act can be taken if you go down this slippery slope. You also seem to be willing to pronounce anyone under investigation as guilty until proven innocent. That is a direct perversion of the American way. The government is seeking to unlock the phone in an investigation into a possible crime. Should the government have access to every shred of data and basically nullify a person's right to privacy simply because they think they may have committed a crime? Where is the clear divide?
AnonD-212255, 13 Feb 2016I think it's safe to say that when you mow down innocent Americans with assault weapons, for n... morewhat r u drunk on, stupidity? i mean those guys are taking about whether or not apple should give the asked information and u talk about what looks like terrorism?!!! seriously mate, what is wrong with u?
AnonD-442781, 13 Feb 2016Not really. They're just following the law. If the courts decide they have to give it then the... moreI think it's safe to say that when you mow down innocent Americans with assault weapons, for no other reason than to further skew and pervert the foundation of a religion you, at that exact moment,forfeit any civil liberties you might enjoy.
You don't get to come into my country, kill it's citizens, and then expect it's laws and guaranteed freedoms to protect you.
AnonD-404798, 13 Feb 2016You are extremely naive!Great retort. Care to back that up with any kind of factual information to refute what I said and what about my response was naive?
Go ahead... Be as detailed as possible.
AnonD-308243, 13 Feb 2016based on previous experiences it would be a wise decision for apple to assist the government c... moreNot really. They're just following the law. If the courts decide they have to give it then they will, otherwise there is no reason to deliberately give up private information.
Criminals data is safe inside an iphone making it the preferable choice of device for criminals
The fact this is currently over 1 device currently in the governments possession then this must be a national security issue. So the government could see this as apple supporting or helping terrorism.
AnonD-58045, 13 Feb 2016Apple want the court/judge to decide so they can pay him off.Is this a serious response? The phone in question has to do with the killing of innocent Americans in the name of radical extremists ,in the attempt to further thwart an other possible terrorist attack.
The level of immaturity in some of these responses are truly startling.
Some people are just plain dumb. This is actually a good move by Apple, people, because they want to protect our information from the government. We're being watched too much.
That's because they been caught as one of the members of PRISM surveillance program.
"The device in question is an iOS 7-powered iPhone 5s, meaning Apple is capable of what the agency wants, but is reluctant fearing that doing so will tarnish the trust between the company and its customers." I love apple 4 this even if I'm not going to buy their product I love them for valueing their customers
based on previous experiences it would be a wise decision for apple to assist the government coz nomater how big a company may be its still structured and governed by government rules and regulations.