Apple iPhone 5S and Touch ID stealing Fingerprint data

Tue, Sep 10, 2013


Criminals get fingerprinted through the booking process. What if you never commit a crime or ever get arrested. It may actually be possible to not have your fingerprint in some sort of database.  How great is it for law enforcement to simply call on Apple for unknown prints and compare and question anyone who could be allegedly involved in a crime.

With the growing amount of surveillance in this day and age, one can’t help but wonder if Touch ID is just a way for Apple to sell your fingerprint data along with any data on your phone. More than half the accessory ¬†cases on the prior iPhones usually have a covered home button so Why offer this? Lets just hope you still can purchase from the AppStore with a password.

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