CBC Content Disabled: March 21, 2016

FBI says it may not need Apple’s help to decrypt San Bernardino shooter’s phone

Agency asks judge to delay Tuesday hearing

The Associated Press Posted: Mar 21, 2016 7:49 PM ET


The government has been adamant for weeks: FBI investigators need to unlock an encrypted iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers, and Apple Inc. was the only one that could do it.

In a stunning reversal on Monday, federal prosecutors asked a judge to halt a much-anticipated hearing on their efforts to force Apple to unlock the phone. The FBI may have found another way, and Apple’s cooperation may no longer be needed, according to court papers filed late Monday, less than 24 hours before Tuesday’s hearing.

“An outside party” came forward over the weekend and showed the FBI a possible method to access the data on Syed Rizwan Farook’s encrypted phone, according to the filing.

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Why is the phone identified as “Syed Rizwan Farook’s encrypted phone” when in fact the phone is owned by the Corporation of the County of San Bernardino (i.e. his work phone)? Farook’s personal phone was destroyed and if he was dumb enough to leave his master evil terror plans on his monitored work phone, then I really don’t think we need to worry about the intellectual capacity of “terrorists” anywhere.
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Quoting “Privacy is a quaint old notion. It’s gone forever.”Simple. Don’t use facebook. Don’t use your real name in comment forums. And don’t store your evil terrorist master plans to take over the universe in an i-phone owned by your municipal government employer.
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Quoting “Translation – patriotic Apple employee steps forward to fight terrorism.”Uh, no. Try the “patriotic” NSA data center workers a few hundred miles north of San Bernardino. You know, the ones the u.s. federal government printed billions of dollars to build in order to “fight terrorism?”


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Quoting “If another attack by a terrorist who was known to and in contact with Farook happened before the FBI got access to the content of Farkook’s phone Apple’s privacy concerns aren’t going to get much sympathy. That such an attack might occur in the meantime may not be likely but it’s not implausible. Apple’s argument is they can’t trust the FBI to keep the encryption from being used for improper purposes. Perhaps not, but how much can you trust terrorists not to launch another attack or for that matter hinder any criminal investigation. If this goes to the Supreme Court my gut feeling is that Apple will lose. An 18th century guarantee is just one more example (like the 2nd amendment) in which an entrenched right has outlived it’s usefulness in a 21st century world. I liked it better when our rights were protected by precedent and tradition.” — Well, golly gee, maybe the Corporation of the County of San Bernardino’s i-phone Farook (used) has the pictures, names and addresses of the WHITE male shooters who were originally reported to have carried out the crime before Farook’s name somehow got involved. 
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Quoting “Is this the same FBI that secretly stole 40,000 bitcoins and at the same time said that bitcoin is not a real currency and that it is only used by drug dealers?” — Yes. It is also the same federal bureau of incineration that murdered 76 innocent men, women and CHILDREN using CS tear gas (a chemical weapon whose use during war is a war crime) on April 19, 1995.


Waco: A New Revelation


Daryl Cagle, http://www.apfn.org




Federal budget 2016: 5 things to watch for today

Liberal spending plan expected to focus on middle class, strategic infrastructure spending

By Kathleen Harris, CBC News Posted: Mar 22, 2016 5:00 AM ET


The Liberal government will table its first budget today — a crucial spending plan that will brand the party for better or worse during a challenging economic period.

Expect it to echo and put a price tag on key themes from the party’s campaign platform: strategic investments for long-term economic growth, jobs and productivity; measures to boost the middle class and lift children out of poverty; and shifting to a green economy.

But all eyes will be on the fine print details of how much — and how fast — the Liberal government will deliver.

“This is very critical. It sets the stage and the tone for moving forward,” Conservative MP and natural resources critic Candice Bergen told CBC News

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Would somebody in the Liberal Party executive kindly walk Justin to the exit and replace him with somebody who won’t put this country in the poor house once and for all? Goodale, Garneau, anybody. An $18-billion BEFORE any new spending? Are these people out of their flippin’ skulls?
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Quoting “Watch for justin spending hard earned taxpayers dollars on things that put him and Sophie on the front page more often.” — Not sure what The Trudeaus are more interested in: page one? Or Page Six? One thing’s for sure: Justin’s gone Hollywood.

2016-03-24 11_17_30-Canada’s hot prime minister tells Leo to shut up about climate change _ New York

“Taser: Police brutality with all the modern improvements!” — Michael Rivero, www.WhatReallyHappened.com



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