Apple Backdoor

Helpful analogies to fully grasp why government backdoors are bad

Recently Apple has come under fire for not giving the federal government unprecedented backdoor access to a terrorists iPhone account. The terrorist did terrible things, and the federal government feels they must have access the iPhone’s encrypted data in order to find out more information about the terrorist, possible terrorist plots, and any other information which can[…]

iPhone users

iPhone users are younger, richer, and better educated than Samsung users

The key word missing from the title of this post is “barely.” But the facts do speak for themselves. As the the latest data from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) shows that overall, iPhone users are younger, richer and have a better education than Samsung users. Although the margin is very slim, Business Insider points[…]


PRISM: code word for unauthorized Govt spying using 9-top Internet companies

I can’t say that I’m not all too surprised with the damaging news to hit the web today, that the U.S. Government is secretly spying on citizens using 9-top Internet companies. The news comes right on the heels of the revelation that the NSA was secretly tapping into Verizon to collect phone call records of[…]