What does copyright have to do with it? FBI isn't trying to redistribute the
code. Apple's NDAs and IP agreements might apply, but I don't see what role
copyright plays. (I'm asking, not arguing. I haven't exactly following the case
though, and I already got one major detail wrong lol.)
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On Feb 21, 2016, at 3:45 PM, douglas rankine <douglasrankine2001@xxxxxxxxxxx>
see url: https://twitter.com/cfarivar/status/701430905076731906
Even if the FBI did screw up...or Farooks Employer screwed up...or they both
screwed up...It wouldn't have made a lot of difference regarding what is at
present on Farooks phone. The back up was done on October 19th whereas the
crime was committed one and a half months later. In that time, up until the
time of the crime, the phone had NOT been backed up...according to the
affadavit from the FBI. From looking at the affadavit, the FBI is saying
that they agreed to trying to change the password to see if they could get
access to the back up, and the phone. It didn't work, so that makes the
FBI stupid because they should have known. Does this mean that if the
FBI/Farooks employer hadn't changed the password that there would have been
an automatic backup made?
Remember, according to the FBI, it is Apple software, it is copyright and
the FBI is not allowed under US Law to breach that copyright. Any experts
out there on Apples end-to-end encryption software, who isn't bound by
Apple's copyright and non-disclosure agreements? Perhaps they could
Whom do I believe? I'll reserve my judgement until the facts come out!...
:-) . Coward that I am...