Apple Tracks Our Every Move — Blacks, Hispanics Suffer Most


It’s bad enough if Apple is violating our privacy by tracking our movements with its iPhone. But what’s far worse is that this constitutes racism:

Friday on MSNBC’s daytime programming, host Thomas Roberts explained that in the wake of revelations the iPhone tracks your movements with its operating software, minorities, specifically blacks and Latinos are most vulnerable, since they use their cell phones more than whites according to a Nielsen study.

“Alright, so one day after learning of a hidden iPhone feature that tracks your every single move, there’s new concern that tracking technology purchased by police can lead to racial profiling,” Roberts said. “You are looking at what’s called the ‘Universal Forensic Extraction Device.’ It can copy the entire content of a cell phone including text messages, contacts, GPS data and do it in just minutes. Michigan State Police purchased this device, though we don’t know how exactly they’re using it but civil liberties groups worry that the device endangers the privacy rights of blacks and Latinos.”

The “profiling” lies in the fact that blacks and Latinos are much more likely to commit crimes. By liberal reasoning, any crime prevention measure is racist that doesn’t specifically target white criminals.

Blissfully unaware, the moonbat media wades ever deeper into the tar pits of self-parody. If MSNBC could still put up a headline in the aftermath of the earth getting smashed to bits by a giant asteroid, it would read: “World Destroyed: Blacks, Latinos, Muslims, Homosexuals, Transvestites Suffer Most.”

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More racist oppression.

On a tip from the MaryHunter. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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