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We can find no precedent for an American company being forced to expose its customers to a greater risk of attack.
While we believe the FBI’s intentions are good, it would be wrong for the government to force us to build a backdoor into our products. And ultimately, we fear that this demand would undermine the very freedoms and liberty our government is meant to protect.
i don't think people can expect privacy from government agencies, i feel it is the price we should have to pay for being a member of society.
i don't think people can expect privacy from government agencies, i feel it is the price we should have to pay for being a member of society.Wow, people actually feel that way? That is so frickin' scary! Seriously you need to really think about it.
Pichai tweeted that the request “could be a troubling precedent” and stressed that action could “compromise users’ privacy” — but he did not state what Google would do if it were the subject of the judicial order rather than Apple. Google CEO Sundar Pichai Says Government Request for Apple Back Door Could Set ‘Troubling Precedent’ [recode.net]
i do feel that individuals do not have an absolute right to privacy
The loss of our privacy is the real threat to our National seciurity. It puts too much power into the hands of people behind the scenes.
and do we really know how it works (or who it reports to?)?