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Apple iPhone 5S: Big Brother Dream Come True

The latest series of Apple’s iPhone will not only continue to cultivate numerous apps that track your location through GPS and transmit data directly back to corporations and government, but contain a fingerprint sensor that stores your fingerprint in order to purchase apps and unlock the phone for use.

iphone5s-fingerprintAnd that’s really just the beginning. As millions will most likely continue through the Apple food chain and purchase this phone, the NSA and bloated federal government at large will be beyond ecstatic. Because after all, it’s a real dream come true for the Big Daddy government spy state. No longer will you actually need to be arrested to gather your fingerprints — we’re talking about millions nationwide willingly submitting their biometrics to a database that most certainly is accessible by Apple and big government.

But don’t worry, the same company that has given away all of your chats and personal data through the NSA’s top secret PRISM program says that you’re perfectly safe. Security experts and high level tech analysts, however, seem to disagree. In addition to the fact that it seems consumer trust is all but dead in regards to Apple and its ties to the spying grid, it seems these ‘safety’ features are actually quite vulnerable in reality. To the point now where hackers can access a massive database of fingerprints just waiting to be taken and utilized fraudulently.

Of course Apple claims that the fingerprint scans will be ‘local’ on your hardware, but of course the NSA and FBI would not let such a precious database go to waste. And we already know that corporations are making big bucks spying on the data of consumers. So in the event that Apple is ‘holding’ some of these fingerprints despite what they say (the print is also used to verify app purchases, which leads me to believe that this at least would be stored through a third party), a database of the fingerprints could be compromised. And don’t think encryption will stop much.

According to a security specialist on CNET:

“So … can biometric authentication be hacked? Almost certainly. I’m sure that someone with a good enough copy of your fingerprint and some rudimentary materials engineering capability — or maybe just a good enough printer — can authenticate his way into your iPhone… The final problem with biometric systems is the database. If the system is centralized, there will be a large database of biometric information that’s vulnerable to hacking.”

As we inch towards a world in which our electronics are based around biometrics, it becomes an eery reality that our Big Daddy, Big Brother system is continually holding our hands as we walk right into the current spy system that our overlords continue to assert does not exist.

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55 comments

  1. Every current or former sailor, Marine, airman, solider or "coastie" has been fingerprinted upon induction into the services. Same goes with every cop and fireman. Every California drivers license holder gives their thumbprint, civilians who work for the DoD, etc. etc. etc. The "database" already exists.

  2. NSA Illegally Gorged on U.S. Phone Records for Three Years BY DAVID KRAVETS, KIM ZETTER, KEVIN POULSEN 09.10.13

    http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2013/09/nsa-violations/

  3. If each fingerprint is stored locally in a secured area on the A7 – there is no database?

  4. Get your facts straight. The scanner does read “fingerprints ” in the traditional sense. Be that as it may, the information retained from the scan is stored directly on the processor within the phone. It is not accessible by the software and never leaves the phone. The only way Big Brother can get it, is to confiscate your phone. Which, as we’ve become aware, they are doing at customs checkpoints in airports and border crossings.

  5. Note that the Motorola Atrix had a fingerprint scanner as well.

  6. “Be that as it may, the information retained from the scan is stored directly on the processor within the phone. It is not accessible by the software and never leaves the phone.”

    Yeah Apple said that. But they also said it is not accessible by “OTHER” software. Which seems to imply it is accessible to their software. Which contradicts their statement that it never leaves the hardware. So already the stories are diverging.

  7. Unfortunately, my country (Singapore) had already implemented biometric passports, and you got to scan your thumbprint at the customs checkpoints whenever you enter or leave the country.

    Now, I am certainly not an advocate of any tech company or its products, but to worry about biometric technology in your phone now in 2013 is like closing the barn door after the horse has bolted.

    Even a cheap feature phone without web access, GPS or location-based services can be traced and tracked by the powers-that-be… if they are so inclined.

    Disclaimer: I do not work for any govt agency, do not have vested corporate interests in any tech company. I don't own any Apple products.

  8. Saying the NSA and Apple will have a database of our fingerprints is conspiracy talk. There is no proof they have such a database or plan to have one.

    • If they need your fingerprint to use apps or features on your phone…then there will be a database for them to reference to… you sir. Are an idiot

      • No actually you're the idiot. Purchasing an app works the same way as unlocking your phone. It doesn't have to compare the user print to data stored in some fairy-tale database. It compares the user print to the one saved ON THE PROCESSOR OF THE PHONE, then simply sends a yes or no flag to the app store. Remove your tin foil hat and stay awhile.

  9. apple have also released a feature instead of using your passcode or fingerprint to unlock the phone, you now have to twerk on it like miley cirus to unlock it, how good is that.

  10. The fingerprint is stored on the chip. Didn't you guy's watch the keynote address? iK9 is exactly right! But please, don't you think the Android's are more susceptible considering if accepts 3rd party software?

  11. This iphone is absolutely considered as dictatorship. It may sounds good, but it's really not, because there is no privacy.

  12. I have never been much of a conspiracy theorists type of person, but the new Apple iPhone really is a bit much. Though anyone with a drivers license, state ID or has ever cashed a check in the US has had their fingerprints taken and stored away. So the statement that you have to be arrested to have your fingerprints taken is not true. But I do not like the idea of the constant tracking nor do I like the idea of fingerprints to unlock the phone.

  13. Just like million fans of Apple iPhone 5S I'm also curious to use this phone!! The new feature finger print lock is truly amazing and I'm so excited to experience this phone. I'm just waiting for Black Friday. Hopeful to get a reasonable discount upon iPhone 5S. Thanks.

  14. There is no proof they have such a database or plan to have one.don't you think the Android's are more susceptible considering if accepts 3rd party

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  17. now in Asia also apple is puting its feet on it

  18. The latest series of Apple’s iPhone will not only continue to cultivate numerous apps that track your location through GPS and transmit data directly back to corporations and government, but contain a fingerprint sensor that stores your fingerprint in order to purchase apps and unlock the phone for use.

    And that’s really just the beginning. As millions will most likely continue through the Apple food chain and purchase this phone, the NSA and bloated federal government at large will be beyond ecstatic. Because after all, it’s a real dream come true for the Big Daddy government spy state. No longer will you actually need to be arrested to gather your fingerprints — we’re talking about millions nationwide willingly submitting their biometrics to a database that most certainly is accessible by Apple and big government.

  19. scan is stored directly on the processor within the phone. It is not accessible by the software and never leaves the phone. The only way Big Brother can get it, is to confiscate your phone. Which, as we've become aware, they are doing at customs checkpoints in airports and border crossings. I'm sure they have a way to keep all those scan in a database, otherwise it will defeat the purpose. Thanks

  20. Be that as it may, the information retained from the scan is stored directly on the processor within the phone. It is not accessible by the software and never leaves the phone.

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  24. The fingerprint isn't even included on the backup. I know this is exciting news for conspiracy theorists who dig for stuff like this, but it's not what you want it to be. The NSA doesn't even have the ability to get your iMessages. Apple can't even obtain your iCloud backups. You all should be praising apple for this and focusing more on Google and Facebook.

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  31. it seems consumer trust is all but dead in regards to Apple and its ties to the spying grid, it seems these ‘safety’ features are actually quite vulnerable in reality. To the point now where hackers can access a massive database of fingerprints just waiting to be taken and utilized fraudulently.

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