Is Apple Protecting Privacy Rights and the US Constitution?
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Is Apple Protecting Privacy Rights and the US Constitution?

August 27, 2019


Welcome to illuminati silver, we tell you
the truth about silver. Today is Tuesday 8th March 2016 and we are
asking the question is Apple fighting for Privacy Rights and protecting the US Constitution
or is it all a sham? We have read many reports that your television
or computer monitor is spying on you. Your mobile phone is transferring your conversations
whether it’s switched on or off and that Facebook and Google are documenting your every
word and picture – all being harnessed within some Super Computer owned by the NSA and other
Intelligence Agencies. If this is true, then why are Apple fighting
the US Government in the courts not to allow decryption of mobile phone data?
This is a synopsis of the story so far: The US government asked a Brooklyn Judge – Judge
James Orenstein to order Apple to open up a locked phone belonging to Jun Feng, who
had pleaded guilty to participation in a methamphetamine distribution conspiracy. The Justice Department
wanted to use the device to find any of his co-conspirators. After having this request
rejected last week as the Judge claimed “he had no power to give the order”, the US
authorities are appealing to a more senior judge. The Justice Department is relying on
the same law as the one in its fight with Apple over the encrypted phone belonging to
the San Bernardino gunman. Apple said the order would be the start of a “slippery slope
that threatens everyone’s safety and privacy”. While the case has similarities with that
being heard in California in relation to the San Bernardino shootings, the New York case
involves an older version of Apple’s operating system. Feng’s phone uses iOS 7, which is
not protected by the same encryption technology. “Apple has the technological capability to
bypass the passcode feature and access the contents of the phone that were unencrypted,”
the Justice Department said in its court filing, submitted on Monday. It has asked District
Court Judge Margot Brodie to hear the case. The Justice Department’s lawyers called the
request routine, arguing that the case was neither about asking Apple to do anything
new, nor to create a “master key” to access all iPhones.
Federal prosecutors cited several examples in which Apple has extracted data from a locked
device under the law. Apple argues that it has opposed requests to help extract information
from more than a dozen iPhones since being invited to challenge the government’s use
of the 1789 All Writs Act by Judge Orenstein in October last year.
Apple said it agreed with Judge Orenstein’s ruling that granting the request would “thoroughly
undermine fundamental principles of the constitution”. It said: “We share the judge’s concern that
misuse of the All Writs Act would start us down a slippery slope that threatens everyone’s
safety and privacy.” So is Apple actually and genuinely attempting
to protect American citizens from privacy invasion or is it all just a sham with them
knowing that eventually they will be ordered to do as the Government demands? If the latter
is the case, what does this mean for the US Constitution? Your thoughts would be most
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  1. 911 was 15 years ago not one building has and will ever fall at the rate of gravity into its foot print . So why do they need our privacy? now ?

  2. all one needs to look at is our banking system, un declared wars, executive orders, regulations, supreme court rulings…etc…to see how inactive our Constitution is…

  3. A guy from an anti-virus company (McAfee i believe) said that they dont need this expanded right to open whatever phone they want to, legally, as they can hack any phone within 2-3 weeks already. So this is just a push to legalize the control they already have.

  4. DO NOT TRUST A SINGLE WORD FROM WASHINGTON OR THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT OR ANYBODY ELSE IN CHARGE OF "SECURING" THIS NATION. THEY ARE WHOLLY INCOMPETENT AND THEIR WORDS MEAN NOTHING. THIS NATION WAS FOUNDED UPON BREAKING THE BONDS OF TYRANNY AND OPPRESSION. DO NOT GIVE UP LIBERTY FOR ANY SECURITY, ESPECIALLY WHEN THOSE SECURITY AGENCIES WOULDN'T KNOW SECURITY IF IT BANGED THEM ALL NIGHT LONG. THE TSA HAS AN $7.5 BILLION DOLLAR ANNUAL BUDGET AND THEY FAIL TO CATCH TEST EXPLOSIVES, WEAPONS AND BOMBS 95% OF THE TIME. TRAINED ORANGUTANS COULD DO BETTER. THEY MIGHT AS WELL NOT EVEN HAVE ANY CHECKS AT ALL WITH THIS EMBARRASSING RECORD, ESPECIALLY 15 YEARS AFTER 9/11. THE GOVERNMENT IS AN INEPT DISGRACE TO THIS NATION. IT IS ACUTELY INSULTING TO ANYONE WITH A MODICUM OF INTELLIGENCE. IF WE REALLY WANTED TO BE SAFER, WE SHOULD ABOLISH THE FRACTURED FOREIGN POLICY THAT CREATES ENEMIES THAT WANT TO KILL US. IT IS HOPELESS AND WILL NOT CHANGE ONE IOTA IF APPLE CAVES IN. OUR PRIVACY MEANS MORE TO US THAN IT DOES TO THE VILLAGE IDIOTS IN WASHINGTON. THEY SHOULD ALL RESIGN IN SHAME AND IGNOMINY BECUASE OF THE EPIC NATURE OF THEIR SERIAL FAILINGS.

  5. Apple & the USgov are playing a game, to build the 'rules' of the 21st digital century. When you think of what info (banking, location, speech) is interested to your mobile its now imperative to make sure the laws give BIGbrother the keys, so they are testing each other as to the limits and extent of this relationship. What you need to remember, private individuals and companies are not limited by these rules, nor are foreign governments! Only the USgov is limited by its constitution and so far it only has 5eyes program for getting around the US constitution. But this replies on its 'partners' sharing info, both full, freely and timely way with them and they dont like this as todays 'friends' are tomorrows problems (it only takes an election anywhere in the 5 eyes agreement to fk'emUP). So they want to do internally, what they can do externally already thought the 5eyes agreement. After all the data centres are all based in the US or pass through US networks already, so they just need the 'keys to the kingdom' and apple dont want to 'help'now as it would cost them if the laws founbd they acted illegally/unconstitutionally. So this play acting on everyones part is all part of the 'grand game' as it was once called but we have the POWER as we can not have a mobile, store stuff online and never talk over a phone ever again! But how many of us would? Apple, Microsoft, Google are trying to make that near impossible with all the new 'free stuff' were getting every year but its easy to do, if you want to that is. Somedays i think we should go read the unibomber manifesto over again, could be he was just like george orwell, just a man ahead of his time. Now where is SKYNET, I need to see when my AI robot with 'security' will be delivered! haha

  6. Apple is a multi national, and very liberal company. They are standing for what they believe to be true. Personally, I believe them.

  7. Smoke and mirrors. So much of the data is stored on Akamai started by Technion grad who was the first to die in 9,11 ???

  8. Apple is protecting it's own interests. Fact is, if Apple gave the government a "back door", the end results would be that they'd INSTANTLY lose their thinking customer base.

    This has been explained quite clearly by John McAfee when he said that there has NEVER been a "back door" written into ANY software which was not exploited within a few weeks of its creation.

  9. What exactly about the 4th Amendment don't they get! Person shall be secure in his person, property and papers at all times without a written warrant describing what exactly is to be searched for and where and sworn to and affirmed by a judge or chief magistrate….

    "When the government fears the people there is liberty, but when the people fear the government there is tyranny."

    I'm afraid it will take another 1776 to restore and reaffirm the constitution, and I'm truly dreading that day and what's coming… Truly.

  10. This reeks of a dog and pony show put on for the public. I find it hard to believe that the government cannot break the encryption on any phone. This is ut out there to gauge the public reaction to and normalise/legalise the violation of privacy.

  11. A top computer engineer in one of the top corporations explained on TV that — the FBI has the power to easily do this job in roughly 30 minutes (he laughed) — so its a card came; crystal meth is bad.. but so is this new precedence
    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2016/03/02/john-mcafee-explains-how-to-hack-an-iphone-in-just-half-an-hour_n_9364648.html

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