Apple Is Creating New Technology To Help Cops Hide Police Brutality



Ingenious Press

The rapid emergence of smart phones with high definition cameras leads to consequences for law-breaking cops. Recently, law enforcement has throughout the country has been trying to pass laws that would make it illegal to film them while they’re on duty. But Apple is coming out with a new technology that would put all the power in a cop’s hands.

The new technology will allow police officials to disable your smartphone if they don’t want you to record something as it’s taking place. The policies would be activated by GPS, and WiFi or mobile base-stations which would ring-fence (“geofence”) around a building or “sensitive area” to prevent phone cameras from taking pictures or recording video.

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3 thoughts on “Apple Is Creating New Technology To Help Cops Hide Police Brutality

  1. From the sheeple perspective: “Oh it’s completely horrid what Apple is doing. I’m never going to have anything to do with them ever again. (Turns and notices an ad for a new I-phone) OH, hey look, they just came out with a new I-Phone. Oh man, this one’s better than mine. I gotta get one. Let’s go!”.

    So how do you deal with sheeple like this?

    Anyways, I have always hated the Fruit computers and phones and if they are doing this, “their too big too fail” company deserves to be shutdown for the treasonous company that they are. This is unconstitutional and completely goes against the 1st and 4th article to the bill of rights. This has nothing to do with some ill treatment of Chinese workers. That’s just a lame excuse for the media to use to try and justify the Fruit executives in doing what they are trying to do.

  2. I can bet the idea was floated to Apple by the NSA & DHS. Smell money that changed hands through some GSA budgeting program too.

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