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  1. you mention the SPD use of Cellebrite. I wonder if you think that the privacy of the child sex  traffickers is more important than the harm they do to children.

    1. [comment deleted: comments must be substantive and contain a reasoned argument. Cheering for someone else’s comment is not suitable.]

    2. @ David Allon: Nice attempt to divert from the subject of the post, which was the huge level of damage to the lives and privacy of tens of thousands of victims of Cellebrite. But sorry, I’m not going to bite on your fishing pole line on this one.

  2. Cellebrite was founded in 1999. The San Bernardino phone was hacked by Azimuth Security, as reported this year by The Washington Post.

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