Privacy Blog

"Friends don’t let friends get spied on.' – Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation and longtime advocate of privacy in technology.

FBI asks Apple to Help Unlock iPhones Belonging to Alleged Pensacola Shooter

This is both good news and bad news. Bad news: encryption is hiding information the FBI wants. Good news: encryption can hide personal information that foreign and domestic governments, corporations, thieves, and hackers around the world want to steal from you.

You can read more in an article by Natalie Gagliordi in the ZDnet site at https://zd.net/2SYiNPr.

Questions I suggest everyone should think about:

Do you want all your private information become available to Cambridge Analytica, Facebook, Google, credit card thieves, and other miscreants around the world?

Which is more important: your privacy, safety, and security or the rights of governments to spy on their citizens and others?

Categories: Current Affairs, Encryption

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