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Apple CEO Tim Cook urges employees to 'move forward together' in memo on 2016 presidential electionMaybe everyone can be more tolerant of others and their views. Plenty say they're tolerant but a lot of times only when they agree. That doesn't mean you have to agree with others, but you need to learn to work together. I thought this would be obvious, but have seen many be ostracized because of their views. For instance, Trump supporters being called deplorable's or saying Trump is like Hitler.
Government agency issues warning over 'exploding' Samsung washing machines
Apple refuses to back GOP convention because of Trump politicssector7g said:weathers said:I'm not a Trump fan and I am an Apple product user, but I find it ironic that Apple (Tim Cook) doesn't seem to mind selling their products in countries who degrade women and persecute gays and lesbians. The hypocrisy of either party is getting to ridiculous levels.
FBI agrees to help crack iPhone 6 and iPod tied to Arkansas murder trial, but method unknowngtr said:If I didn't know better, I'd say the FBI (F*cking Bloody Idiots) were attempting a little bad PR payback against Apple by frequently referring to (now) being able access their devices.
Oppenheimer: Apple 'lacks the courage to lead the next generation of innovation'
Building unlock tool for FBI could create dangerous international precedent, says Apple lawyerceek74 said:If Apple is forced to create the "backdoor", I say Apple should open-source it and level the playing field. This way Comey would have a legacy to be truly proud of.
I think Sewell has finally mentioned the real fear, that is other countries could force Apple to do the same for them. Unfortunately for Apple, the cat is out of the bag. Now that they know about it, what's to keep them from requesting it now? China could prevent any sales in their country unless they have the ability to compromise a phone's security.
FBI Director Comey calls 'emotion' surrounding Apple case unproductive, says encryption needs legisHerbivore2 said:Maybe Comey would like help in defecting to North Korea. I am certain he could gain great insight into what happens when a government has absolute control of their citizens with no privacy rights.
The North Korean government would have no compunction in forcing a company to wantonly violate any vestigial right privacy. Comey would feel right at home. Or he could defect to ISIS held territory.
And I would like to purchase a one ticket to Pyongyang for Senator Feinstein. If my own senator supports the notion of placing a backdoor into otherwise secure software, he will lose my vote forever also.