While Comey says he understands the need for consumer privacy, emergency situations that could be brought to an end with a warrant are moving out of reach. He states the inability to search a smartphone with a warrant is akin to a company-marketing a closet that could never be opened in a kidnap situation.So your data is equivalent to a person being locked in a unopenable closet door. Was there laughter in the room when this comparison was made? No one asked this bozo for a documented case where the inability to get into a phone resulted in the death of any individual anywhere?
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Except It's Not Like That At All
The FBI is concerned about encryption on your phone: