PS: Hey Gizmodo, where's the G+ button? I like this writer. Where's the G+ page to follow?
Quote from article:
"Either everyone gets security or no one does. Either everyone gets access or no one does. The current case is about a single iPhone 5c, but the precedent it sets will apply to all smartphones, computers, cars and everything the Internet of Things promises. The danger is that the court's demands will pave the way to the FBI forcing Apple and others to reduce the security levels of their smart phones and computers, as well as the security of cars, medical devices, homes, and everything else that will soon be computerized. The FBI may be targeting the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter, but its actions imperil us all"
WALID SHOEBAT — MAY 9, 2016 - Freedom Outpost
The whole “hate crime” idea, so popular in the West, is one of the biggest legal scams in our history.
Think about it- who commits an actual crime because they like somebody or something? Hate is a precondition of criminality. Nobody rapes, murders, or beats somebody into a bloody because they love that person. The only reason that “hate crimes” exist is to create social sigma so that one group in society might subjugate another using the legal system as a means of oppression. It is a perversion of justice in the truest sense because truth is made irrelevant to the imposition of the agenda of the ambitious.
Thankfully, Poland and other nations of Eastern Europe, who adopted this “hate crime” legislation and other foolish measures, are finally coming to their sense and abandoning them like a sinking ship, because that is what Western Europe is - a sinking ship that is falling into the ocean of history, and the Eastern nations want off before it is too late.
You go girl! That bubble you're living in will burst someday. When that day comes don't come crying to me for help.
THIS. THIS is the Golden Goose they want. It will be ILLEGAL to use encryption without giving the ability to decrypt to your Government.
Let me put this into terms you might understand.
Apple would not be allowed to create an iPhone that cannot be hacked. Claiming that cracking the phone is an undue burden would not be allowed. They would be REQUIRED to give your Government the ability to see your encrypted data, or face LEGAL action.
One prominent name on this bill? Diane Fienstein.
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