Apple vs The FBI

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The FBI and Apple Are at it Again

Cristal M Clark 

These tiffs between the FBI and Law Enforcement are getting a bit old. On the one hand, Apple refusing to unlock iPhones is understandable on the other hand it makes perfect sense that they would help. Donald Trump’s tweet over it actually makes sense to an extent. I’ll ask this question twice in this article, what is the our government asking Apple to do exactly? 

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We value our privacy but you know when you break the law with acts of terrorism, mass shootings, rape, child molestation, murder, being a drug lord and so on, why the fuck should anyone want to protect that individual? They harm others, in brutal ways, fuck them and whatever so called rights they feel entitled to, their victims had rights before the criminal took those rights away. 

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The FBI recently asked for Apple’s help by Apple unlocking a pair of iPhones belonging to Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, the man accused of killing three people at a Navy base this past December.

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In response to the FBI’s request, Apple said that it handed over gigabytes of information, including but not limited to iCloud backups and various other transaction type of information. Apple also said that it gave the FBI “all of the data in our possession” and that it was open to assisting the FBI in other ways going forward.

So Apple is willing to help to a certain extent. 

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Attorney General William Barr recently called Apple out for not going the extra mile. The AG had this to say: “We have asked Apple for their help in unlocking the shooter’s iPhones. So far Apple has not given us any substantive assistance. This situation perfectly illustrates why it is critical that investigators be able to get access to digital evidence once they have obtained a court order based on probable cause. We call on Apple and other technology companies to help us find a solution so that we can better protect the lives of Americans and prevent future attacks.”

Wait, what is the AG asking for exactly? If you don’t understand the question, read the AG’s statement again. Are they asking for Apple and others to help prevent future attacks by unlocking user devices before the user commits a crime? That is what court orders and warrants are for right? If memory serves, they asked after the fact and Apple turned over everything that they could. 

If you have an Apple device everything is backed up to iCloud, when a user doesn’t want something backed up to the cloud for instance, the users, pictures, video, notes, reminders, social media accounts, any app really,  they will select that manually and in the case of Mohammed my guess is that Apple gave the FBI everything backed up, these mass shooter/terrorist types don’t usually save things locally, they aren’t stupid. They’ll delete everything they don’t want law enforcement to see before they commit the actual crime and that would include deleting it from the cloud. Therefore, personally I do not believe unlocking the phone would provide any more intel than Apple already turned over. 

The AG is asking for a backdoor just for law enforcement and to that request Apple responded:

“We have always maintained there is no such thing as a backdoor just for the good guys. Backdoors can also be exploited by those who threaten our national security and the data security of our customers. Today, law enforcement has access to more data than ever before in history, so Americans do not have to choose between weakening encryption and solving investigations. We feel strongly encryption is vital to protecting our country and our users’ data.”

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Apple is correct, as history shows, backdoors are exploitable. In fact, Tim Cook already responded to this issue back in 2016: “The only way we [can do what the FBI wants] would be to write a piece of software that we view as sort of the software equivalent of cancer, we think it’s bad news to write, we would never write it, we have never written it. And that is what is at stake here.”

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Apple is not going to waiver in its stance on the issue the AG and law enforcement as a whole need to better understand how technology works as well as certain criminals think and work. If they understood it better maybe they would better understand why Apple gave them everything they could give to them and they are unlikely going to find anything further on the criminals device. 

Cristal M Clark

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Denver Traffic Nightmare About To Get Worse 

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Denver, Colorado-Texting and Driving Through The Mile High City

Cristal M Clark 

I know everyone thinks our issues with driving in Denver are those getting high, actually that is just a small fraction of our issues. 

Did anyone catch the news reports last week stating that by 2040 Denver traffic will have increased over 40%? The news is leaving the Mile High city scrambling looking for ways to help relieve our already terrible congestion. 

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Overall, because the population has grown, so has traffic, that’s a given, what amazes me are the rude, inconsiderate, aggressive drivers, the individuals who are playing about on their cell instead of bloody well driving down the road, then we have the bicyclists who blow through stop signs and lights, cyclists and motorcyclists who ride in between cars in traffic(which by the way is technically not legal in Colorado), skateboarders doing the same thing down both Colfax and Broadway, now we have scooters doing the same thing, pedestrians who refrain from utilizing the crosswalk and who just pop out in front of you and RTD. 

Yes RTD. Who in the hell decided it would be smart to allow for RTD to pick up and drop off passengers right after the stop light thus holding up traffic (these stops need to be before the traffic light), not to mention RTD is out on roads like Alameda, Federal, parts of Sheridan where the lanes are already so narrow not all cars, trucks or trailers can even fit into a single lane, and here’s RTD. 

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The reality is that this is all a normal day in just about every Americans life who drives to and from work in and out of any major city. Today while I was driving home, I noticed the woman in front of me was playing about on her cell, she would fail to move at every single green light, then would snap her head up and gun it. We all know what’s going on when we see the individual in traffic whose head is pointed at their lap. We are rolling along up this bridge in Stapleton/Northfield when I notice the traffic in front of her is, for lack of better words, not moving. I slow down noticing that she is not slowing down. As you might have guessed, she did ass end the gentleman in front of her. Idiot. She was too busy texting on her phone. 

Nothing and I mean nothing is that important that you should be texting and driving, what’s more is that with hands-free your Google Assistant or Siri will read and respond to those super important texts, emails and dial a number for you should you need to call someone. 

The rest of the way home I made it a point to look around and count how many people were fucking about on their cell phones instead of paying attention. I counted 55 individuals driving through the city of Denver, right through the city, playing on their phone. Every stop light, coming up to every light, moving forward after the light changed. It was truly both amazing and sickening. 

When you think about all of the other variables I listed above, pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcyclists, aggressive drivers, why would anyone text and drive? 

All of the individuals I saw tonight are all adults, you know the same people who complain about those careless teen/irresponsible younger drivers? The adults who tell these younger individuals that they cannot text and drive? The adults who will pay for an app to put on their child’s cell that prevent that child from texting and driving? 

Is that not truly disgusting? Not one of the people I counted on the way home was a teenager or individual who was over 21. IT was all older working adults, 30 and over for the most part. Some of the younger individuals I saw driving where just careless, rude or inconsiderate.

I would wager a bet, if the police had the ability to watch for every driver texting and driving they could net 3x’s as many offenders to that of drunk drivers. 

That leads to one fact and that is distracted driving causes more headache and accidents than we realize. Why pay some app developers to stop our kids from texting and driving when the problem seems to be the adults failing to practice what they preach?

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Why don’t Apple and Android make a fix that will not allow you to disable bluetooth when you are in any car and blocks all texts and emails for instance you see nothing until you get to your destination and turn the car off. Yes I am talking about a dick move here, all phones automatically pair with all car bluetooth even if you don’t own the car and you do not have the ability or option to shut that off, that way you can’t drive your friends or rental car into a crowd, someone’s home or the back of another person’s motorized transport. 

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They could create it so you have 5 minutes once it pairs with the car to get your music going, get your map set and then that’s it. If you need to know about your text or email, you tell Google Assistant or Siri to read it to you, you can verbally respond and that’s all you get. 

We clearly as a society cannot seem to follow the rules, be safe when we drive, we cannot decide on our own not to text and drive, so Android and Apple should take our ability to endanger the lives of others away. 

Having this technology is not a right, someone created it and now we are abusing it. By taking away our ability to hold our phone and physically text and drive rather than verbally it would help some of our traffic woes and it would force people to learn how to use our voice assistants. Even maps now do not need us to really type things in, we can tell Waze, Google and Apple what we are trying to find and our voice assisted apps will guide us to that destination.  

Yes before anyone points this out, this an aggressive and bold suggestion, the reality is, society is not willing to change its behavior, so we need a solution that will make our roads somewhat safer by removing a distraction that is abused every minute of every day. 

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Or we can keep this up and insurance companies can just sue Apple and Android for not opting to disable our ability to surf the web, play Pokemon, text, read emails all while we drive…I mean shouldn’t Apple and Android be forcing us to use our voice assistants when we drive?

It’s a lot like when a bar continues to serve someone who shouldn’t be served, these companies know society is abusing certain elements of their software, it still does not excuse them from being held accountable negligence is not at least last time I checked an excuse to ignore the problem. 

Cristal M Clark

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Lookout iPhone Lovers – FaceTime Has a Bug

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And it Lets You Listen In on the Receipt – Before They Ever Answer Your Call

By: Cristal M Clark

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A bug has been discovered with FaceTime which of course as luck would have it, is currently spreading virally over social media. The bug lets you call anyone with FaceTime, and immediately hear the audio coming from their phone…before the recipient on the other end has actually accepted or rejected the incoming call.

Well that’s comforting news.

Of course this raises all sorts of privacy concerns, I mean I personally do not want someone attempting to FaceTime me whilst I am driving, I get a sudden onset case of turrets that no one wants to be subject to having to listen to, trust me on this.

But just in case you thought that was the end of it, here I am to tell you, it’s not.

This nasty little bug can also oh, how shall I put this, expose video as well.

It affects iOS devices running iOS 12.1 or later.

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Here’s how it works according to the experts:

Here’s how to do the iPhone FaceTime bug:

Start a FaceTime Video call with an iPhone contact.

While the call is dialling, swipe up from the bottom of the screen and tap Add Person.

Add your own phone number in the Add Person screen.

You will then start a group FaceTime call including yourself and the audio of the person you originally called, even if they haven’t accepted the call yet.

It will look like in the UI like the other person has joined the group chat, but on their actual device, and this is just great, it will still be ringing on the lockscreen.

So this has that creep factor aura like when everyone was dropping dick pics on unsuspecting iPhone users, all over the damn place.

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Even better news, it’s not clear how to defend yourself against this attack either unless you were to disable FaceTime until Apple decides to get this issue fixed.

So,  if your phone is ringing with an incoming FaceTime request, the person on the other end could might just be listening in.

Should someone press the Power button from the lock screen, their video is also sent to the caller,  unbeknownst to them of course.

9To5Mac has been able to replicate these issues so this is confirmed.

Apple says they plan to get a fix rolled out later in the week, so until then, happy FaceTiming everyone.

Cristal M Clark

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Think Your iPhone is Safe From Malware – Think Again!

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Malware Able to Spy on iPhone User Data

For those of us with iPhones, it goes without saying that we love iOS, we pay a lot of money for the added security that Apple offers, plain and simple.

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But, if you think iOS is completely safe from malware, as I have said before, you are mistaken.

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Kaspersky Lab’s has in fact, found proof that a small spyware government contractor happens to be selling iOS malware.

And that malware, well it actually works in the iOS environment.

Negg, the government contractor has developed a “custom iOS malware that allows GPS tracking and performs audio surveillance activity.”

Kaspersky Lab researcher Alexey Firsh told Motherboard:

“We have uncovered an iOS implant, we assume that at the moment of discovery it was in a development stage and was not fully adapted to infect potential victims.”

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Apple has been notorious for incredibly secure devices and for locking down it’s devices making them difficult to jailbreak, which make them less susceptible for malware to be installed on them.

Of course for those that are skilled in the fine art of developing malware and who like a challenge, they have always been willing to find ways around Apple’s security for a very high price.

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Companies will pay around $3 million for software that jailbreaks and hacks iPhone and sadly researchers simply do not  report bugs to Apple because others pay better than Apple does.

To make matters worse, several groups specialize in the creation of iOS malware, specifically for the purpose of jailbreaking a device so that the malware can be downloaded on it.

Even worse than that?

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Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported that Saudi Arabia paid $55 million to purchase iPhone malware made by the NSO Group.

Governments worldwide are willing to shell out some pretty big cash just for the privilege of being able to hack into an iOS device.

Take a step back and let that sink in iOS lovers. .

Apple has made great strides to protect its users data, by the same token Apple has also alienated themselves from the rest of the world.

While at the very same time, painting a very large target on its own back.

And when Apple’s customers really fully realize what this means, it might change the way Apple’s stocks look, in the long term.

When one feels that it is above all of the rest and puts itself on a pedestal, it runs the very high and probable risk of becoming public enemy number one, not to mention being knocked right off of that pedestal.

Cristal M Clark

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iPhone Customers File Class Action Lawsuit

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App Store – Just a Big Monopoly?

Turns out, not all Apple lovin iPhone owners are all that thrilled with Apple’s App Store which only allows Apple Approved apps to be allowed into it’s marketplace.

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So those customers got together and filed a Class Action Lawsuit that the Supreme court plans to rule on in late June.

A lawsuit Apple hopes the nations Highest Court throws neatly out the window.

And, I’m with Apple on this one.

Those customers need to become Android users post, haste.

One of the biggest reasons for Apple only allowing approved apps onto it’s marketplace is because Apple is really, really good at reviewing apps so that no app in its marketplace has malware on it, unlike those one with let’s say and Android would find on the Google Play Store.

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Just this holiday weekend it was discovered that Google’s Play Store had apps on it’s marketplace that ended being installed 500,000 + times by its users.

Apple generally works really hard to make sure something like that does not happen before the app is ever offered on it’s marketplace. Apple does charge developers a 30% fee for each app offered once approved in its marketplace.

Technically, that is not a monopoly. Almost all apps from Google Play to the App Store are the same, the only difference is generally related to compatibility, trusted developers and those that contain malware.

David Frederick, a lawyer representing the customers had this to say:

“Apple’s intentionally closed system prevents competition, which enables the App Store to collect a higher price than if Apple were forced to entice app seekers in a competitive market.”  

Not sure if David has any Apple products or not, I do and side by side, almost all of the apps offered on both Google Play and the App store are the same.

Each marketplace is built specifically for different platforms.

Suing Apple over what it allows onto it’s marketplace is the very equivalent of telling Apple to change its entire platform.

Daniel Wall, a lawyer for Apple, says the company, is not stifling competition but had, “created a dynamic new industry where none had existed before, which drove an explosion of development and innovation in mobile apps.”

And, for the last 40 years, the courts have held that when there’s an illegal monopoly, only the direct purchaser can sue for damages.

Which means, you can’t sue Apple.

Only the app developers could sue, because they are the actual buyers of Apple’s distribution service not those of us that simply own an Apple product.

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals however, reversed that.

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So Apple is taking matters all the way to the top.

And for once the Trump administration is doing something intelligent, siding with Apple on this. The Justice Department said it would be particularly hard to figure out whether the App Store overcharges, since the prices are set by tens of thousands of app developers and not Apple, if you wanted to be technical about it.

And I do love technicalities.

Guess we’ll all have to wait until June to see how the court rules this go around.

Cristal M Clark

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Apple Experiencing Widespread Outage

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iCloud Down and Out

Apple is currently experiencing a widespread outage.

I personally am unable to log into my iCloud account as well as many other services within iCloud, however I am still receiving mail. 

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This is the latest in a string of issues to hit a few tech giants within the past week.

Last week, YouTube went down for a number of hours for its two billion or so users around the world.  

Right before YouTube’s blackout, Twitter dealt with an issue when it started sending users notifications consisting of long strings of apparently non-sensical letters and numbers.

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On the Apple Support System Status page, they show over 19 issues with various iCloud services currently.

No word yet as to when Apple will be able to get it’s iCloud services back up and running.

The issues started Tuesday afternoon, causing problems for potentially millions of people around the world who rely on the service.

And so far, Apple is not saying much about the current issues.

Cristal M Clark

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Tim Cook – Apple

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Tim Cook Calls Out Big Tech

 

Normally as most of you know, I do an idiot of the week on Wednesday, today I want to personally thank Tim Cook and Apple.

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Tim Cook called out big tech over sharing user data, the equivalent for anyone who does not understand marketing 101 or advertising, as basically selling out ones customer.

For anyone who is not an Apple customer, we Apple customers will find a way to get our beloved tech from Apple, and only Apple for a multitude of reasons.

The media tells us that Apple is attempting to only sell to the elite. For many of us who happen to own Apple products, that is the furthest from the truth that any story can be.

We pay for up to date tech, and we also expect that tech to protect us. Be for the most part, hacker proof, not sell our data because what a lot people do not realize, hackers are so easily able to hack us because our user data is sold like one might drink water on a minute, by minute basis. Or in my case, coffee.

Apple, for those of us who have been loyal to Apple, does not subscribe to the selling of user data to anyone.

I love that.

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Tim Cook went public and countered claims that firms need to siphon user data to improve product.

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And any Apple product is a testament to that.

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While the tech might be more expensive, it also understands its customers on a level, Google, FaceBook, Oracle, AdSence, Target, Walmart, Amazon, etc or any other company simply do not. 

Don’t sell us out by selling out user data.

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Tim Cook:

‘The narrative that some companies will try to get you to believe is: ‘I’ve got to take all of your data to make any service better…’ ‘Well, I don’t believe them. Whoever’s telling you that, it’s a bunch of bunk.”

Earlier this year, Apple began requiring developers to clearly communicate how their users’ personal data would be used in apps, while Facebook and Google have repeatedly come under fire for how they treat customer data, Facebook being at the forefront of that delima recently.

Just last week, Facebook  begrudgingly revealed that it had been hit by a data breach that gave hackers complete access to 50 million users’ profiles.

In addition to that, Facebook logged an additional 40 million users out of their accounts as a security measure, which brought the total number of users who were possibly affected to 90 million.

And that kind of breach would never hit Apple because they know what customers want, and are very protective of that.

Advertisers and marketing is all about stealing user data, Apple clearly gets that customers are actually not okay with that and are quite frankly tired of it.

Maybe it’s time for the door to door salesman again because tech and AI are allowing me, with the help of Apple to stop advertisers and marketers from obtaining my user data.

So this week, instead of a loser, I present a winner.

Apple and Tim Cook.

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Thank you.

 

Cristal M Clark

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Ohio Hacker Charged with Child Pornography

 

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MacOS Malware Used for Child Porn, Computer Fraud and Wiretapping

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28 year old Phillip Durachinsky has been accused of and charged with computer fraud, wiretapping and child pornography after authorities learned the man had hacked cameras and microphones to both spy on and recorded things that he should not have.

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Aside from spying on both people and companies, Phillip was so brazen that he hacked into schools and a U.S. Department of Energy subsidiary and he even spied on a police department.

Where the story takes on a pretty sick twist is where Phillip recorded individuals engaging in sex, some which where underage individuals.

According to court documents, Phillip often made it a habit of recording those that he spied on, collecting thousands and thousands of images, as well as being able to access tax, medical and banking records of the unlucky individuals and organizations that he spied on from 2003-2017.

Yes, you read that right, 14 years in total.

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Phillip used FruitFly, a specific malware that is used to target Mac’s, a spyware used to surveille person through mac’s, more specifically watching them through their webcam or camera.

Phillip had been installing the malware onto PC’s for years and once on an individual’s PC, the malware was able to reach out and make contact with others, like the PC’s of businesses, schools, a police department and of course a subsidiary of the U.S. Department of Energy.

Once running, FruitFly was able to steal files, passwords, turned on cameras and microphones.

In some cases, FruitFly would alert Phillip if and when an individual computer were being used to search for porn by a victim.

Court documents indicate that thousands of computers had been infected and comprised and while watching and listening to those that he spied on, this brilliant man took notes, yes he took the time to take down notes with regards to what he heard or saw. 

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I know what you are thinking, FruitFly should only be able to work on MacOS right?

Phillip, it seems was able to develop a Windows version which explains how so many PC’s were infected in the end.

As to the child porn charges, while the DOJ has not released much with regards to those charges, it appears that from Oct, 2011 – Jan 2017 Phillip recorded underage teens having sex, recordings he knew he could either share or sell, recordings he knew would be shared.

So how did the DOJ finally catch up with Phillip?

In January of last year, Phillip was accused of hacking into computers at Case Western Reserve University. Upon investigating the complaint against Phillip, the FBI had discovered that the computers had in fact been infected for several years.

This serves as a great way to open the door to some dialogue.  

It doesn’t matter what OS you might be on, just because you think you are safe, you may not be.

We can always count on one individual at the very least, who will be able to develop malware or some way so as to infect whatever OS they desire.

Developers may want to get better at patching things up, closing back-doors, creating devices and software that are smart enough to block infected software, ads and files, or at the very least, ensuring that we cannot be hacked as easily as we currently are.

Cristal M Clark

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Artificial Intelligence to Replace Vladimir Putin as Russia’s President?

 

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Vladimir Putin to be ousted as Russian President by AI

At least that is according to some in the mainstream media today. Believe it or not one of my contacts left me a rather long voicemail today indicating that tens of thousands Russian’s if not many, many more, would rather vote for an AI in the March 2018 Russian Presidential election.

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A bid, Putin has said he is in fact running for.

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The funniest part about this? Does anyone remember when @KimDotcom prior to America electing a new president, released his voting results?

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Many Americans were willing to vote Vladimir into office as the next president of the United States over Hillary or Donald Trump.

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I do have to admit here that I am very intrigued by this still the same. I mean I am all for technology. I do not travel light myself, I use a little of everything, chromebook, iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad Pro, Fire HD and I am pretty sure I have a kindle around here somewhere.

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Each of those come with an AI assistant, and I do use them all.

Vladimir is going to be squaring off in his bid to be re-elected with a reality TV star and a very popular cyber assistant going by the name of Alisa.

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Alisa was built by the Russian tech company Yandex, and she has been turned into one hell of a political machine, or so I have been told.

She would be building the political system of the future which makes rational and logical decisions through a rational thought process of you will.

Alisa’s 2018 campaign website describes how she is a better choice than her opponents:

Dedication to logic rather than emotion

Her ability to process information of course

She would be available 24/7, she wouldn’t need sleep naturally

Her ability to alter her political position based on communication with millions of well, Russians on a daily basis

And finally

She is pretty much immortal

On a side note she has promised to know everything about everyones problems.

Hey Yandex, send Alisa my way, I could use an AI like this currently then again, so could the American failing political machine.

Is anyone else wondering why in the hell America didn’t think of this before we ended up having to choose between Hillary or Trump?

As with any politician, Alisa does have a dark side.

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She seems to support quite a few practices of one –  Joseph Stalin:

“Q: In Russia there are enemies of the people.

A: There are people…and there are non-people!

Q: Can they be shot?

A: They must be!

Q: That would be ok

A: No doubt about it.

Q: But they are people

A: Soon they will be non-people

Q: How do you feel about the Gulag?

A: Positively.

Q: Did you understand the question?

A: Of course I did.

Q: How do you feel about the methods of the 1930s in the USSR?

A: Positively

Q: And shooting enemies of the people – that’s ok?

A: People will forgive you for everything, if it doesn’t concern them”

Then again, at one point a Twitter bot proclaimed once that “Hitler was right, I hate jews.”

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May just say that AI’s are not the only ones making this mistake. Earlier this year Roy Moore, the douche-bag Alabama Senate candidate, who is basically a dirty old man who attempted sexual misconduct with teen girls back in the day once said:

“America was a better place at a time when slavery was still legal.”

So, that guy can’t be fixed like an AI with like a small adjustment or some code, he’s pretty much permanently a racist, bigot, child rapist, scum bag.

This AI running the government idea is looking better and better…

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We will have to see how this turns out, because if it goes well we may never be forced to have another drunken Trump in office again.

Cristal M Clark

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