Smartphone Remote Kill

    Last week in California, USA, a draft law was considered under which any smartphone sold since July 2015 in California should be able to remotely disconnect on command - so much so that even hard reset does not help.

    Of course, this is provided in case of theft, and of course it is assumed that if the phone is returned to its rightful owner, this owner will somehow be able to restore his property.

    But such a touching concern for the robbed owners of smartphones leads to bad thoughts.

    Let's say something happens in your area of ​​excitement. It would be great to cut down all the smartphones in the territory at once, so that no unwanted elements post videos on YouTube and do not send tweets with invitations of even more unwanted elements.

    Although - what nonsense. After all, states only care about their citizens.

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