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ElfFriend Creator
ElfFriend

He's most likely trolling.

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GypsyBastard
GypsyBastard

The most scary thing here is "if" hes trolling

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murauder
murauder

Since this is coming from RT, I'd take it with a grain of salt. If this is true, then I'm even happier that I'm using my dark age cell phone.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer

This has nothing to do with RT, the only thing they did was interview John McAfee. He also said it can be done easily on CNN (see link at description. He didn't specify how there, but he probably meant this).

The question is whether he's right, he's trolling, or he doesn't know that much about modern technology.

And honestly, I don't care how safe these things are, I would do all I can to never let anyone physically get anything of mine.

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murauder
murauder

Oh. My apologies then for my cynicism towards the news site and my ignorance of the matter.

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GeneralTantor

This is an interview how can an interview with someone be bad news??

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer

No, there is no problem. In this day and age people should not trust the news media for no reason (kinda sad, seeing as they were created to give us unbiased news).

It's just that, in this specific case, John McAfee has been talking about this for a few weeks already (according to a quick search I made yesterday), since before this interview for RT. So, in this specific case, it is McAfee's reputation that is at stake here, and not RT.

It would be up on RT if McAfee were a consultant nobody ever heard about and they wanted us to trust he knows what he's talking about, with no proper evidence, only giving us their word (like the media does often).

But people should have already found a way to properly prove or disprove this.

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Yes, it has gotten this bad. In language simple enough for even a child to understand, John McAfee explains for the world and for the FBI how to hack an iPhone or any computer that is in physical custody. No need for network-connected backdoors. Batteries included.

Now... why could the FBI possibly still want that backdoor?
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