Apple Gives Deep State Access To Roger Stone’s iCloud Account, After Refusing To Violate Privacy of San Bernardino Terrorists

Three years after Apple refused to give the federal government access to the devices used by the San Bernadino terrorists who killed and injured dozens in a mass shooting event, the company has given the office of the Special Counsel complete access to Trump advisor Roger Stone’s iCloud account, reports Apple Insider.

According to the Washington Post, Apple objected to giving the federal government backdoor access to the shooters iPhones, claiming it would “set a dangerous precedent.”

“From the beginning, we objected to the FBI’s demand that Apple build a backdoor into the iPhone because we believed it was wrong and would set a dangerous precedent. As a result of the government’s dismissal, neither of these occurred. This case should never have been brought.”

Fast forward to present, and we see that Apple no longer seems to have the same privacy concerns it once did in 2015. Without any fight, they simply turned over Roger Stone’s iCloud passwords and God knows what else, because Orange Man Bad. The fact that Apple views a political persecution less of a hill to die on than protecting the rights of terrorists who killed and maimed dozens of Americans is quite telling.

From the Gateway pundit:https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/02/apple-gives-deep-state-access-to-roger-stones-personal-account-after-refusing-to-violate-privacy-of-san-bernardino-terrorists/

 

4 responses to “Apple Gives Deep State Access To Roger Stone’s iCloud Account, After Refusing To Violate Privacy of San Bernardino Terrorists

  1. Reblogged this on The Tactical Hermit and commented:
    Apple is the new Tyrell Corporation from Blade Runner…Government ass kisser with their hand in every cookie jar imaginable.

  2. Apple is the new Tyrell Corp (from Blade Runner) Govt stooges with their hand in every cyber cookie jar.

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