Apple to argue First Amendment rights in FBI decryption battle

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  • Reply 41 of 41
    davidwdavidw Posts: 2,052member
    knowitall said:
    Seems a silly argument: code is speech and speech is free, so Apple will make this for free and it's open source?
    Maybe better to just call it what it is, namely, when implemented, a violation of human rights.


    What's really silly is that you think "freedom of speech" means "speech is free" in the sense that you do not have to pay for it or you have to give it away at no charge. So do you also think that "freedom of religion" means "free religion" and the churches can't pass around a collection plate, asking for donations, after their services? 
    williamlondon
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