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This is another of those interesting conundrums. Do I care if I can’t use iMessage or FaceTime? Probably not as I can use an alternative. Should Apple remove its security. No. If governments gain access so can anyone else. Do we want security on our phones? Yes, absolutely, we do as we carry out transactions on our phones which require complete security. Am I concerned about governments seeing my data? Probably not as I have nothing to hide. Do I want someone else seeing it? No I don’t. I don’t want Google pop-ups asking me to log in and I don’t want advertising. I won’t log into anything which is a pop-up and I won’t buy anything.
An interesting match-up: one person who stole somebody else’s idea and another who bought into an existing company. Have either done anything? Do they have any money? A company is really worth its assets less its liabilities, not an entirely fictitious value based on nothing (well, a value created out of thin air by some market makers and traders).