Apple's fight for our civil liberties.
I think this is incredibly important for the future of humanity. I believe no entity should be able to have access to somewhere private such as the confines of our minds, and I believe by extension our encrypted data. Forget this is the United States. Imagine if it was an oppressive regime, and remember that time is long and sovereignty can change over the long haul.
Anyways, the lifestream of the first congressional hearing is happening right now, and Apple's guy just went on.
For my 2 cents worth, I think we have to conduct ourselves online as if there are back doors etc. not saying they shouldn't keep fighting. But for me, I will always assume someone is wa ting. I have nothing to hide mind you.
But it blows my mind when I see people using 3rd party keyboards looking into there backing site or any password protected site.
Also how so may people are oblivious to all the cameras around them. A lot of people assume these cameras are the old crap low res grainy security cameras. And while they may well be, they also maybe state of the art 1080p cameras with thermal,and night vision and very high optical zooms. Meaning it's very easy for them to zoom in on you and your device and see exactly what you are entering. Whilst, they have shown the Touch ID is not the safest thing in the world, I love it because I am not entering passwords in public places,even just my screen lock.
Anyway, fruadsters are getting more and more tricky.