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To the hackers - DUH! That said, they (the FBI) will continue to gather all the info and ways to get into mibile devices that they can. Doesn't mean they're using them for peeks now, just means they have the info ready should they ever go for a warrant.
Wireless signals are not difficult to grab, and anyone who expects privacy when using a mobile device is seriously deluded. Heck, we never expected privacy from the old landline system (everyone thought AT&T was listening - because they were).
If we want privacy in communications that travel over the public space we'll have to roll out a privacy amendment to the Constitution. As it is, not such beast exists (though the SCOTUS has done their best to stretch what isn't there).
His first link has the dump (not the OP). It's in there.
"We all of us know down here that politics is a tough game. And I don't think there's any point in being Irish if you don't know that the world is going to break your heart eventually."-Daniel Patrick Moynihan, December 5, 1963
In case anyone missed it Anonymous claims to have hacked FBI agent Christopher Stangl's computer which contained a spreadsheet with 12 million apple device ids. Along with the ids they also claim to have user names, name of device, type of device, Apple Push Notification Service tokens, zipcodes, cellphone numbers and addresses. As you can see CBS does their usual cracker jack job of reporting where they talk all about the hack with very little coverage of the most obvious question... Why the hell does an FBI agent have this information. The story is still in it's early stages so who knows how it will turn out but many of their past claims turned out to be true. It should be interesting to see what if any mainstream press coverage this gets in the future
FBI Agent's Laptop 'Hacked' To Grab 12 Million Apple IDs
Anonymous hackers claim to have obtained 12 million iPhone and iPad IDs from FBI computer - Tech Talk - CBS News
I agree, WTF..... WTF sort of security does the FBI computer system have that this guy was able to get through their firewall, security, etc... and into an agent's PC?