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Apple iOS 7 Update Gives Law Enforcement Unlimited Access To User’s Personal Data

If You’re A Resident Of NYC You May Have Received A Flier Like This From Your Local Police

<NR>NYPD was recently spotted handing out flyers to Apple customers all throughout New york City. The leaflets insisted users upgrade their iPhones to the new Apple iOS 7.

Law enforcement officials claim their efforts are to “help curb the theft and reuse of Apple iPhone devices.” After light of Apple’s recent dealings with the NSA it’s widely speculated that the Apple iOS 7 upgrade’s sole purpose is to make the system more compatible for the NSA’s acquisition of Apple customer’s personal data.

It’s poetic that a city dubbed “The Big Apple” would be ground zero for Apple’s breakthrough in surveying American citizens. NYC has become hyper-vigilant against potential terrorist attacks since the unfortunate 9/11 bombings. A “relaxed” police state has been implemented in order to secure our freedom and personal safety.

I spoke with National Report’s NYPD insider to unearth the police department’s true connection with the Apple iOS 7 update. He confirmed that the NYPD have put together a special task force to work on the Apple iPhone Recovery Team. Their primary objective is to use the information gathered from Apple and the NSA to hunt down law breakers and other threats to our liberty. He went on to explain:

“The NYPD has been working closely with the NSA to eradicate terrorism, domestic and otherwise. Now, with Apple’s help, we have the personal information of all their clients, including passwords, photographs, even fingerprints.  It has made the apprehension of criminals doubly easy for us.

I realize there’s a lot of people who are frightened or angered at the idea of some stranger rifling through their iPad’s files. Let me put it to you like this:

No one feels ashamed when the Doctor sees them nude during a physical. Why? Well Doctors are trained medical professionals, of course. The same idea should apply to law enforcement. When we’re reading your emails or remotely turning on your webcam to make sure everything’s alright, just remember: we are trained professionals of the law.

I assure the general public that their information is in safe hands–The safest hands. It is in the hands of the United States Government and the men and women who are sworn to protect it.”

His statements gave me a great feeling of relief. Suddenly, I realized the full potential of the threats we are facing in today’s world. I know there’s nothing I can do to prevent Apple from selling off my information to Big Brother. Maybe we should all be grateful that there are companies out there that care enough about American citizens to do not what is popular, but what is right.

As I updated my iPad to Apple iOS 7 I knew I could rest assured with the knowledge that my private correspondences are protected with the utmost respect for my rights.

Original posted by: Jane M. Agni is a professional journalist residing in the rain-soaked city of Portland, Oregon.
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