Should Apple Give FBI Backdoor Access to iPhones?
21st Century Wire Asked by 21st Century Wire
3/24/2016

Should Apple Give FBI Backdoor Access to iPhones?

33%
Yes

1

67%
No WINNER

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33%
Yes

1 Comment
Hollywood Secrets
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Hollywood Secrets

It may have already happened. This looks like another well-scripted episode of "Fear Theatre" and the jokes on us.

Sat, 27 Feb 2016 10:34:49 -0600

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67%
No

8 Comments
Laura Ludwig
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Laura Ludwig

absolutely not, the fbi have no rights to apples programs at all.

Sat, 27 Feb 2016 12:47:47 -0600

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21st Century Wire
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21st Century Wire

Dangerous precident to allow Govt keys to 650 million phones worldwide. The phone in question belonged to a woman whom no one can ID as being at the scene of the San Bernardino Shooting.

Wed, 24 Feb 2016 09:37:30 -0600

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len orlowski
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len orlowski

privacy is essential

Fri, 04 Mar 2016 16:41:49 -0600

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Robert Newton
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Robert Newton

No absolutely not. This is a disingenuous witch hunt just throwing people away from the real culprits, three tall men, in dark military garb, with military assault weapons, as reported once on the Scott Pelley Evening News. Hillary Clinton's private email server is much more important to investigate

Sun, 28 Feb 2016 12:24:07 -0600

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Stuart
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Stuart

This poll is a total waste of time. What intelligent person who frequents this site would want the gov't to have any access to your personal info? How 'bout a poll on Trump--and it's significance.

Sun, 28 Feb 2016 12:23:54 -0600

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Shelia Cassidy
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Shelia Cassidy

The FBI will not stop there. Backdoor access on one device will lead to more monitoring of dissent. Let Apple or a qualified professional open the one specific iPhone instead of the provision of a backdoor device for all iPhones.

Sun, 28 Feb 2016 02:34:51 -0600

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Ted Ted
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Ted Ted

Is the US government offering to pay Apple for defeating Apple's security protocols and is it offering to indemnify and save harmless Apple from the consequences of Apple degrading its own property? Of course not.

Sun, 28 Feb 2016 01:05:00 -0600

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John F Cook
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John F Cook

I don't believe they really need Apple to help with this particular phone but it would make it easier for them to do mass de-cryption in the future. On the other hand, with the zietgeist being as it is Apple would gain enormously in the public estimation by fighting as hard as it can against this.

Sat, 27 Feb 2016 16:39:27 -0600

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