Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Words of warning — not celebration — in Silicon Valley after FBI ends Apple fight

The Only thing to celebrate is that Apple won't go out of business now because of being sued by hundreds of millions of people. The government will be sued but people suing likely will fail and the business in Israel will likely be sued   likely  but the people suing there likely will fail too. 

One of the most likely outcomes of all this will still likely be the end of all smartphones on earth within 10 years time. This is what most people seem to have no concept of at all especially in government.

But, if you understand encryption, technology and business the way I do you can see this being a likely outcome. However, I have been surprised before like in the 1980s when instead of the U.S. going completely bankrupt from the Viet Nam War expenses, when unemployment was 10% in 1980, instead of the U.S. just going bankrupt completely, countries started loaning the U.S. money so our country didn't just economically collapse then. This surprised me a lot then. So, maybe I'll be surprised this time too.

After all, Apple is the single wealthiest company in the U.S. and the government is financed to some degree by wealthy companies and likely wouldn't continue to exist without companies like Apple, unless we are talking about a coming 3rd world government or something like that here in the U.S. where it doesn't have enough money to do ANYTHING for it's government employees or people at all?


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Words of warning — not celebration — in Silicon Valley after FBI ends Apple fight

Los Angeles Times - ‎4 hours ago‎
That legal mess between the FBI and Apple over the last two months? The tech world wants to make sure it doesn't happen again.
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