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Kade on Apple vs FBI, Update on Corinthian (E9)

Kade breaks down Apple vs FBI. Kade explains why this isn’t really about a phone (especially not about a work phone, the only phone left un-smashed by Syed Rizwan Farook). We discuss how the FBI’s actions may actually damage their OWN security, and the security of the rest of us, if they succeed. And we touch on how Congress has so far REFUSED to give the government the power the FBI is seeking, so now FBI is trying to obtain this power through the courts.

We also provide an update on the scammed students of Corinthian Colleges, and tell you who needs to check themselves, and who needs to quit their jobs.

For further reading on Apple vs FBI:

And don’t read lawfareblog! Instead, read Empty Wheel or Just Security.

For further reading on the scammed Corinthian students:

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