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    I like the idea that Apple just won the lawsuit that it can continue to protect its customers by not handing over their encryption tools and/or algorithms to the government to do whatever they want with it. Does MS support such a policy and is WP10 just as "secure" meaning it cannot be decrypted by most anybody?

    Before you go off on me...
    1.) I do support the right of law enforcement getting a search warrant to get the information
    2.) I do believe that once the search warrant is issued, said companies can and should provide to the best of their ability to assist <<without handing over their proprietary property>>
    3.) Search warrants should only include said equipment as impacted by the case being investigated
    4.) Companies have the right to protect their customers
    5.) Here's the key >> People are ultimately responsible for what's on their equipment.

    If you don't want to get caught and go to jail then don't do anything illegal!!
    03-02-2016 05:08 PM
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    03-02-2016 05:20 PM

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