I'll deal with it in 20 years' time, if the problem becomes real. I'm busy enough with today's privacy and security threats, such as ISP and mobile phone provider tracking, "Login-with-XXX" tracking, unwanted surveillance by apps, security breaches at credit reporting agencies, Facebook cookies/beacons/embeds, adware, malware, etc etc etc, to worry about theoreticals.That’s not the point. The point is Apple has a back door now. 10 or 20 years ago, things we see today as abhorrent were commonplace. What’s it going to be like 20 years from when perhaps your likes today will be taboo then?