The FBI is in a tricky situation here; on one hand, they are expected to give Apple vulnerability info to make them more secure . . . on the other, they really don’t want to! Twitter can’t seem to make a buck, the Bill of Rights may not be enforceable anymore, and Europe really doesn’t know how this internet thing works!
Collin is on a date . . . or dead. They kind of blur together at this point, don’t they?
Amazon drops news so big that Zuke’s wife called him up to see if he had heard, we gain some maturity in the tech world, and we determine the two types of people who shop at Walmart.
If you think the FBI is bad with their power grab, they’ve got nothing on our Canadian neighbors!
Google is helping Zuke to remember his goals, grey hat hackers are having a field day with their new business venture, white hat hackers are absolute studs, and Apple plugins support terrorism (sorta).
It’s always great when the FBI itself starts pirating tools to infringe on our privacy, right? Could they not just fork out the extra $100 or watch a YouTube video on how to do it instead?
Collin has returned for a great conversation on how you better upgrade your home every 18 months, everyone wants Yahoo, and how sometimes you get a better game when you steal it!
Wow, so the FBI (not wanting to make precedent with decrypting an iPhone) is now happily doing it for anyone who asks? Well, nice to know Apple’s fears were entirely well founded!