ACLU attorney: This is much different than the Twitter purge — and more dangerous.
Free speech for me, but not for thee
“…accusations that the Parler app was used to plan, coordinate, and facilitate the illegal activities in Washington D.C.”
“The fundamental character of the regime has never changed.”
“We did it ourselves … Apple provided no help.”
It may be as much about survival as it is opportunism.
“Regardless of what the orders say or the governors say, we’re seeing the whole country softening up.”
What could go wrong?
“So far Apple has not given any substantive assistance.”
“Make them in the USA, no tariffs!”
You probably didn’t do well with the maths in school, did you?
Incompetence or malice?
“the U.S. government has asked us for something we simply do not have, and something we consider too dangerous to create.”
“law enforcement, whether it’s at the state, local or the federal level, is increasingly not able to get into these phones.”
How do you like them apples?
Going after the wrong big fish
Insecurity and Pandora’s box.
“Unpopular” ideas. You keep using that word…
Privacy over legitimate terror probes?
“They are not asking for some general thing, they are asking for a particular case.”
Individual Privacy > National “Security”
You. Shall. Not. Pass
Gee Brain, what do you want to do tonight?
“There will come a day when it will matter a great deal to the lives of people . . . that we will be able to gain access.”
Going after Amazon’s dominance of market.
“We had not heard of a program called PRISM until yesterday.”
“It seems to me they ought to want to help to pay the expenses of this country…”
“I frankly think the committee should apologize to Apple.”
“That should be a consideration.”
For them, before he was against them, before he was for them
Impeachments, inaugurations and pandemics, oh my!