Trust, integrity or what?

Apple tk4fbr
Feb 6 5 Comments

‘Apple Insider’ reports that Apple gave Mueller’s team access to Roger Stone’s iCloud account.
But remember, Apple protected the privacy of the San Bernardino terrorist. Go figure!

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  • Apple
    rsusfallin

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    rsusfallinmore
    .... iCloud has never been protected. The San Bernardino killer’s iPhone was what the FBI couldn’t access, and only because they fucked up the iCloud side and locked it if I recall right.
    Feb 6 0
  • OpenTable Meliodas
    Apple complied with lawful subpoenas, not compelled speech to create backdoors, because of government incompetence.
    Feb 6 0
  • The SB case was botched by the FBI. Apple gave them 4 ways to decrypt, but they gambled that they could force Apple to give them a backdoor. They lost.

    https://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-tn-apple-fbi-call-20160219-story.html

    One of the methods here was likely used.
    Feb 6 0
  • Microsoft DangerRngr
    Just compliance with the law...
    Feb 8 0
  • Apple hbdeegbbot
    As above. There’s a difference between unlocking an iPhone and giving access to the iCloud. We publish a report every year about the number of requests made by country, and the number of requests granted.
    Feb 6 0