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While I agree that it may hurt Apple's business if implemented that does not mean that they won't do it down the road some time. This has Big Brother written all over it!
How much does our newsletter writer have to learn, government always wants that capability and they have finally gotten it. Corporations can be easily overthrown, the government can't be very easily overthrown. Ever see a video of an A-10 firing on a building? That's just one billionth of one percent of our military power. The government has the military which means big guns. The corporations are not that powerful, at all. As for the new patent, Waz is moving to Australia so he doesn't need to deal with what his company has created.
Last edited by FoxKat; 12-06-2012 at 12:54 AM. Reason: Content
All the new cars are vulnerable to it too. They had a huge satellite infrastructure after the cold war so the U.S government put all of them to use. Now they can shut your car down if they want.
This doesn't sound like a thing a free country does.
If they had a shutdown of your phone in a theater imagine if you had something similar to the shooting in Colorado happen. I don't think you would need the people in the theater to call, there are plenty of others who would, but there would be valuable time lost.
I don't understand what they would intend to do with this function.
I'm sure the BlackBerry staff are licking their lips right now because their security is undoubtedly some of the best in the industry and we all know they will make a marketing campaign including this whole new function saying only a BlackBerry is safe from it.