Cook says software being requested by court does not presently exist

Yesterday, we told you that a federal; judge had ordered Apple to open up the Apple iPhone 5c that was given to deceased terrorist Syed Farook by by his employer, the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health. Today, Apple CEO Tim Cook said opening an iPhone would "threaten the security of our customers." ...
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73. dirtydirty00

Posts: 428; Member since: Jan 21, 2011

Who cares. Get the government the needed data for security purposes. If another attack occurs soon and then the phone is finally hacked and we find it could have been prevented, then all you privacy whiners will look like idiots. All the liberal fruit cakes who cry for privacy keep going and voting for these Democrats that just want bigger, more involved in your life, government. Then cry when they actually inject themselves. If you vote for them, accept it. But for the sake of national security, hack the fn phone.

77. HonestRealist

Posts: 196; Member since: Jan 25, 2016

Not even the FBI can hack an iPhone and you monkeys still hate on Apple and think some geek can do it from his garage? hilarious.

79. Plutonium239

Posts: 1199; Member since: Mar 17, 2015

That is because they are approaching it the wrong way, they are not black hats. Take that iphone to a blackhat conference and it wouldn't last a day.

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