Apple Lawyer: 'Where the Government is Headed Appears to be Limitless' [Video]

Apple Lawyer: 'Where the Government is Headed Appears to be Limitless' [Video]

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In an interview with CNN Money, Apple lawyer Ted Olson explains how dangerous the government's demand that Apple create a backdoor into the iPhone really is.

Apple's attorney Ted Olson paints a scary picture of a police state if Apple loses its fight with the FBI in an interview with CNNMoney's Laurie Segall.

Take a look at the video below...

clown - March 12, 2016 at 5:53pm
I have concluded they want you to be jb your device, that way you will buy the device. Then they uodate the firmware so you cant . Clearly profit motive
itasara - March 1, 2016 at 11:49pm
I guess the issue will end up going to the Supreme Court. I sympathize with Apple but I do not see that it trumps national security. I don't think I believe apple that giving up info on this ONE phone will jeopardize all iphones. I am sure Apple is smart enough to figure out a way to get into this one phone privately. If these phones were so privately why do I keep getting calls and emails from all kinds of places and people whom I don't know and have no desire to hear from. I got a note from Yahoo that my phone had been tempted to be entered by someone in IRAN! and also MEXICO. Probably just spam, but even so why should they get into my emails at all? If the phone in question points to more terrorist or terrorist attacks then Apple could be encouraging such attacks. I think this could all be done quietly and secretly which Apple chose not to do.
Nserver - February 29, 2016 at 10:50am
I live in London and "without knowing", you're spied by government. Simply, OYSTER for traveling.
Briane99 - February 29, 2016 at 8:43am
They should arrest the Board of Directors for contempt of court and throw them in jail, that should start things rolling!
KB - February 29, 2016 at 5:40am
"We the people..." I refuse to allow the US government to shit on our civil liberties while using fear as a smokescreen.
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