No Shooting At Protest? Police May Block Mobile Devices Via Apple

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    I bet you own a lot of stock in aluminum foil.
     
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    Indeed, I wrap sheep's heads with it all the time.:D
     
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    and they intend to do what about non apple phones?
     
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    I didn't think weddings were considered "sensitive" but then again, I didn't have a religious ceremony.
     
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    get one of these beauties. No one will mess with this beast haha:eek:
     

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    Luckily Apple will sue anyone who uses this technology. Non-apple phone for the win.
     
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    HR will be by to speak with you soon.
     
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    This is old news I think. I seem to recall the use of this technology was intended for movie theaters, but in any case if the US or UK governments tried to abuse this there would be no end of lawsuits (and rioting).
     
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    Why would the government not want pictures or videos from certain events? That smells really fishy.
     
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    Seriously? They don't want people videotaping possible police misconduct. It is not unusual for police to try to confiscate videos taken of police beating the crap out of people.
     
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    Yeah and I'm not a fan of that.
     
  14. thewap thread starter macrumors demi-god

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    Police misconduct is rampant in the US against protesters. It is also a problem for the establishment to have people record misconduct during the election process in both parties. Apple developing this under the ruse that big bro. will shut down all video capability to iPhones in movie theaters? Seems Ive heard the
    "we must protect against copyright infringement" argument before, when in reality it is our freedom of speech which is in danger of extermination.

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