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If Apple loses, your home could be the next thing that's unlocked …

Feb 29, 2016 – 05:15 PM UTC AAPL: 96.69 (-0.22, -0.23%) | NASDAQ: 4557.95 (-32.52, -0.71%) Sunday, February 28, 2016 1:20 pm 21 Comments 1 In a recent interview about Apple s ongoing legal battle with the Department of Justice, Tim Cook said that our smartphones have more information about us and our families than any other device we own, Roberto Baldwin writes for Engadget. He s right. And if the FBI is able to compel Apple or any company to circumvent a phone s encryption, it would tap into a wealth of information.

But it s not just the tiny computers in our pocket we need to be concerned about, Baldwin writes. Your home and car tech could also be affected by the ruling if law enforcement deems it necessary. Look around your home, office or car.

How many microphones, cameras or sensors are pointed at you right now? Baldwin writes. Even if these devices are not connected to a service or server, they re probably still there watching and listening.

Hopefully the manufacturers did their jobs and all those eyes and ears are encrypted. But, if Apple is forced to help the FBI get into that iPhone, even that encryption won t matter. Read more in the full article here 2 .

MacDailyNews Take: The slope is slippery indeed. SEE ALSO: The Apple vs. FBI fight is about something more basic than software and laws 3 February 28, 2016 Apple privacy battle with Washington looms as watershed moment 4 February 26, 2016 Apple s lawyer: If we lose, it will lead to a police state 5 February 26, 2016 Apple: The law already exists that protects us from U.S.

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Apple's lawyer: If we lose, it will lead to a 'police state'

Feb 29, 2016 – 05:15 PM UTC AAPL: 96.69 (-0.22, -0.23%) | NASDAQ: 4557.95 (-32.52, -0.71%) Friday, February 26, 2016 1:00 pm 57 Comments 1 Apple s attorney painted a scary picture if Apple loses its fight with the FBI, David Goldman and Laurie Segall report for CNN. In an interview with CNNMoney s Laurie Segall on Friday, Ted Olson warned of a government with limitless powers that could listen to your conversations.’ Olson said the demands would mount. You can imagine every different law enforcement official telling Apple we want a new product to get into something, Olson said.

Even a state judge could order Apple to build something. There s no stopping point. That would lead to a police state,’ Goldman and Segall report.

In the case against the FBI, Olson said the government overstepped its legal authority. He said Apple s stance hasn t changed instead, it s the government s request that has changed and become more expansive than ever. It s very easy to say terrorism is involved and therefore you should do whatever the government wants to do, he said.

But just because you re using the word terrorism, you don t want to violate the civil liberties that all of us cherish,’ Goldman and Segall report. Meanwhile, Olson noted that Apple continues to upgrade the security of its iPhones. Apple is constantly trying to improve its iPhones so that people can t hack in and find out where your children are or what your medical records are, he said.

So if Apple continues to do that, it s just a point at which the government just can t get into your soul. We have got to have a stopping point.’ Read more in the full article here 2 . MacDailyNews Take: Only the intellectually facile fail to recognize the magnitude of what s at stake in this case.

This is not about this phone. This is about the future. And so I do see it as a precedent that should not be done in this country or in any country.

This is about civil liberties and is about people s abilities to protect themselves. If we take encryption away the only people that would be affected are the good people, not the bad people. Apple doesn t own encryption.

Encryption is readily available in every country in the world, as a matter of fact, the U.S. government sponsors and funs encryption in many cases. And so, if we limit it in some way, the people that we ll hurt are the good people, not the bad people; they will find it anyway.

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Duchess of Cambridge Attends Sunday Church Service

Most Recent Articles In Fashion Scoops Latest Fashion Scoops Articles More Articles By SUNDAY S BEST: The Duchess of Cambridge 1 attended the traditional post-Christmas church service on Sunday on the grounds of Sandringham, Queen Elizabeth s country estate in Norfolk, England. The young royal walked to the Sunday service with other members of the royal family, stopping on her way to speak with the crowd gathered outside the church. She was joined by the Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry and Princess Beatrice.

She wore a dark plum tweed suit, a floral appliqu d hat and a pair of suede knee-high boots by Aquatalia. On Christmas Day the family had also attended church service at the grounds of the estate. On that occasion the duchess wore an emerald coat by Sportmax, which sold out on the retailer s Web site shortly after. 2 References ^ The Duchess of Cambridge (wwd.com) ^ On Christmas Day the family had also attended church service at the grounds of the estate.

On that occasion the duchess wore an emerald coat by Sportmax, which sold out on the retailer s Web site shortly after. (wwd.com)

Comedian Michael Blackson disses meek Mill and Meek's Goons …

We f*cks with Michael Blackson . . . dude is HILARIOUS!! The streets say that Meek is really UPSET with him for the sneak diss, and they re LOOKING FOR HIM!!!

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