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Frustrated with the latest iOS update, which has taken away the “swipe screen to open” option, so now I have to click on the home button. 72 more words


DOJ Gets Warrant to Force People to Use Fingerprints to Unlock Their Phones

Oct 19, 2016  by  C. Mitchell Shaw

As more and more people use encryption to protect their data, surveillance hawks at all levels — local, state, and federal — continue to seek ways around the privacy protections offered by that encryption. 1,062 more words

Feds Use Search Warrant To Make Everyone In Building Unlock Their Phones

If the cops show up with a search warrant, well, you expect they can search the premises. But showing up with a warrant that says every single person on a certain property has to unlock their fingerprint-reading phones and present them for search, too? 609 more words

Telecom & Technology

Feds got search warrant demanding anyone’s fingerprints to open phones

The definition of privacy seems to be continually evolving on America’s legal system.  Knowledge is protected, but physical attributes are not.  Are we heading toward the need for multi-factor authentication for personal devices already under our control?  24 more words

Security News

Feds got search warrant demanding anyone's fingerprints to open phones

After the dragged-out legal battles with Apple over unlocking the iPhones of a terrorist and a methamphetamine dealer, the Feds must have had it up to HERE with legal wranglings over searching suspects’ phones. 1,014 more words


Fingerprints Upon My Heart - #RomanticTuesday #poetry

Your soothing hands

Caress my aching soul

With a gentle touch you leave

Fingerprints upon my heart

©2014 Dorinda Duclos All Rights Reserved
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Night Owl Poetry

BREAKING: BATFE Has Not Changed Anything Relating to Fingerprints for NFA Firearms

This morning TheFirearmBlog.com posted a story which stated that ATF had revised its ruling in relation to fingerprints for NFA firearms. The article claims that ATF now requires law enforcement agencies to take fingerprints rather than anyone qualified to. 717 more words

Firearms Law