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Judge Asks Apple to Help Unlock iPhone, Apple Balks

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Feb 18, 2016, 6:19 PM

Is there a good compromise here?

I am kinda' thorn about this issue because I see the truth in both positions. I wonder if Apple and other handset makers could modify their encryption system in the future in such a way that they would keep some one-time master keys in a database for each phone that could be made available at a court order. Once a master key is used, it would no longer work. In its place another one-time key could be used in the future. This would address the worry that a key could be leaked out and used by unauthorized parties. Of course some rogue Apple employee could still leak keys from their database, so there we go again.

Feb 17, 2016, 6:51 PM

For once

I support something Apple is doing. Even if it is just show.

Feb 17, 2016, 9:03 AM

Cook your a tool

......... The end
Yes, a puppet for a body of penny penchers
Tim Cook is right
the fbi does not care about what is in that man's phone.
They want the tools to unlock all phones such as this and also apply it toward all devices with such encryption
You make a statement like "cook your a tool" without checking your grammar AND to the subject at hand and you expect anyone to take your post seriously?

You are the tool if you think that Apple should comply.

The implications of Apple providing ...
Cook wants to protect our freedoms and you want to give them away. Who's the tool again?
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