Does the FBI need to worry about the San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone self-erasing?
Internet carriers are desperate to argue that the FCC should not apply the law as written.
We've long have rules that protect privacy of our phone calls. Our internet usage should be covered as well.
The iPhone has a code hidden in its chips. If the FBI could get that code they wouldn't need Apple's help.
The order requiring Apple to hack into an iPhone could set a precedent undermining the security of all devices.
We remain far from what we need in the U.S.: independent privacy oversight. But Obama has taken a small positive step.
Some would allow police to remotely activate and monitor police body cameras. This is a bad idea.
Small city's advanced cellular devices suggest these intrusive tools may be more widespread than we know.