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About that fingerprint unlock on your phone.

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they already have mine

From my days in the Air Force.

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but using fingerprint is so convenient

I have nothing to hide on phone so I am not concern.

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This is what the attorney says about volunteering info.

"Never Speak with Police"
- Every attorney I've ever asked.

By making your phone open to their "investigation" you have given up your basic rights without being asked.

Forget the fingerprint. Use the PIN.

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Hmmm.

Talk to Police: Free.
Lawyer talks to Police: Maybe priceless.
Biased information?

There is one useful caveat. Questioning a suspect, the Police can and do lie without penalty. (Unless their church is right, that liars do burn in Hell. Forever.)

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A perverse problem.

It's in the news about how police will not voluntarily speak positively on your behalf. This may change if you are a blue brother or other civil service.

All this is in the news and on the web, so I'm sticking to one line.

"Am I free to go?"

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