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Subject: Re: The Feds Can Now (Probably) Unlock Every iPhone Model InExistence
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On 01/03/2018 08:52, ultred ragnusen wrote:
> David_B<> wrote:
>> The point, I'm sure, is that *NO* 'phone is 'safe' from the eyes and
>> ears of those who are tasked to monitor us.
> I know that, and you know that, and anyone who is a logical thinker knows
> that, but you'll hear /plenty/ of the owners of brand X scream out that
> their wonderful brand X marketing organization makes them /feel/ safe from
> those prying eyes.
> Feelings are all that matter to they who will pay dearly for those wondrous
> feeling of safety.
> I liken it to the marketing mother telling the young scared child that the
> monster can't get out of the closet if she just closes the closet door.
> That makes the child /feel/ safe.



David B.