Unlike the US, judges in the provincial and federal courts are not elected, so once appointed, the judges really don't have to suck up to politicians.
There was no court order forcing Blackberry to give up the decryption keys to the RCMP. Just Chen being his incompetent self, doing further damage to the brand. He bent over to look like a good corporate citizen to the previous government.
Sure, I could have stopped there, but I chose to provide an example, and also point out that there are far greater things to worry about than Trump's grandfather's last name.
Plus the GOP convention is a freaking disaster as of Wednesday evening. Instead of coming together, the party has a very visible split. And today is the last day of the convention. It's pretty obvious that they won't end it holding hands and singing Kum-ba-ya.
Businesses do nhot make decisions the same way that consumers do. That's why they have IT departments. And those IT departments would have heard about Blackberry's willingness to give them up without a fight.
And yes, I have health problems. Tey put restrictions on what I can and can't do. That doesn't mean I will die younger - everyone is an individual. I could make it past 100, who knows?
Everybody likes a kidder, but nobody lends him money. -- Arthur Miller