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[商业新闻] 2014-04-23&04-25 苹果谷歌等成立手机“反盗联盟”为手机增加Kill Switch功能

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[商业新闻] 2014-04-23&04-25 苹果谷歌等成立手机“反盗联盟”为手机增加Kill Switch功能

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Richard Quest speaks to San Francisco DA George Gascón about his efforts to standardize the smart phone "kill switch".


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[Homework]2014-04-23&04-25 苹果谷歌等成立手机“反盗联盟”为手机增加Kill Switch功能

Google is joined up with apple Samsung Microsoft along with sale company to create kill switch for mobile phones.Which will allow owners ,you and me basically ,to disable a lost or stolen phone wipe the data clean ,sounds so good so far and indeed many ...regular be calling for exactly this, San Francisco ...doesn't go far enough I asking why.But the problem is we still are talking about the system defending on the consumer to ...going out in searching the application and uploading the application we know that doesn't shortly work well we just need go one step further we need to make sure the one you purchase the phone at the time you signing up for the services  ,the phone gonna have the technology  this gonna be create-able at the point .You the consumer if you decided we do not want to use the technology then we can turn it off but otherwise the technology will be activated and will be available all the phones.Otherwise what many people would do is they will not active their the thief basically play a game of us you know they can grap them and rob us , one more phone may be able to be sold.
Isn't that sort of protecting people from themselves ,I mean is it the job of lawmaker in job ... to basically say to people we are going make it so you do not have to do anything we gonna absolve you of their responsibility of making the decision .
Well good point Richard but we do this all the time ,we put seat belt in cars
even ,you know,we do not get people a option whether they put seat belt or not.we provide a lot of safety around ...  we provide a lot of safety around ...electronic .... There is a long history of consumer protection where the government can step in , in his taking action ...consumer protected even on consumer may not be ...safety
If this is not everybody's interest to have this why do you think they would know.. would have the most safety the most ...way of achieving the goal.
Well certainly ,some people ...there is so much money involved, this not the best interest in business model especially the US carrier who provide the technology ,every time your phone get stolen you have to go back to buy a new phone people are purchasing insurance ,just the US market along it is about  7.7 million dollars tear market just sell insurance.We have finger it recently that market will ...impacted if the consumer knows they could less likely to have their phone stolen.

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Google's joined up with Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, along with US cell companies, to create a kill switch for mobile phones.

The switch will allow owners, you and me basically, to disable a lost or stolen phone and wipe the data clean. Sounds good, so good so far, and indeed many lawmakers and regulators have been calling for exactly this.  San Francisco's district attorney says it doen't go far enough. I asked him why.

But the problem is that we still are talking about the, the system depending on the consumer to proactively going out and searching for the application, uploading the application, we know that that doesn't necesssarily work well. So we just need them to go one step further. What we need is to make sure that when you purchase the phone, that at the time that you are signing up for the services, the phone is going to have this technology and is goint to be pre-enabled at that point. And you as a consumer, if you decide that you do not want to use the technology, then you can turn it off. But otherwise, that technology would be activated, would be available on all the phones.  Otherwise, what many people will do is they will not activate the services. And the thieves, basically will play, play a game of odds, you know, they can go out, they can rob  two or...three people, one of the phones may be able to be sold.

Isn't that sort of protecting people from themselves? I mean is it the job of, of lawmakers and the job of officials like yourself, to basically say to people, "well, we are going to do, we are going to make it, so you don't have to do anything. We are going to absolve you of the responsibity of making the decision.

You know, good point, Richard, but we do this all the time, right, we put seatbelts in cars.  Even, you know, we don't give people an option whether they are gonna get a seatbelt on the car or not.  We provide a lot of safety around drug manufacturing, we provide a lot of safety around the manufacturing of furniture, electronic appliances. So there's a long history of consumer protection where the government is stepping in has taking action to make sure the consumers are protected, even when the consumer may not be readily available to take... avail them-self of the safety mechanism.

If it is in every  body's interest to have this, why do you think they would not want to have the most safe the most efficient way of achieving that goal?

Well, certainly, some people would argue that there are so much money involved, that it's not in the best interests of business models, especially for the US carriers to provide the technology. Look, you're,  every time that a phone is stolen, you have to go back and buy a new phone. People are purchasing insurance, just in the US market alone, it's about 7.7 billion-dollar-a-year market, just in selling insurance. And we have full figures recently that market would be severely impacted if the consumers know that they're less likely to have their phone stolen.
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[Homework]2014-04-23&04-25 苹果谷歌等成立手机“反盗联盟”为手机增加Kill Switch功能

Google's joined-up with Apple,something micro-soft along with US cell companies to create a kill switch for mobile phones.The switch will allow owners, you and me basically,to disable a lost or stolen phone and wipe the date clean.
Sounds so good so far,and indeed many lawmakers and regulators has been calling for exactly this.
SanFransisco's safety * says it doesn't go far enough. I asked him why.
But the problem is we still are taking about the system depending on the consumer to privately go in out,in searching for the application ,uploading the applications.And we know that doesn't * work well.
So we just need to go one step further.
You need to make sure that when you purchase the phone that at the time that you are signing up for the services the phone is going to have this technology
And it is going to * unable at that point.
You are as a consumer,if you can decide you do not want to use the technology then you can turn it off.
Otherwise the technology will be activated and it would be available on the phones.
Otherwise,what many people will do is they will not activated the services and the * will basically play a game * people, one more this phones can be sold.
Is it sort of protecting people from themselves.I mean, is it the job of lawmakers and jobs of * like yourself to basically say to people well we're going to do,we're going to make it.So you,you don't have to do anything.We are going to absorb you of the responsibility of  making decision.
You know good point,Richard,but we do this all the time,right,we * safe belt in our cars,even,You know we don't give people an option will they get the safe belt in their car or not.
We provide a lot safety around drug manufacturing,we provide a lot of safety around manufacturing of furniture,electronic * .
So there is a long history of consumer protection where the government has steped in and has taken action to make sure the consumer's * even when the consumer may not *** safety.
If it is everybody's interest to have this. Why do you think they would not want to have the most safe,the most efficient way of achieving that goal.
Well certainly some people will argue there are so much money involved.
And best interested this fellow especially for the US carriers to provide this technology.Look,every time their phones get stolen, you have to go back and buy a new phone.
People are purchasing insurance,just in the US market alone,it's a about 7.7 billion dollar year market just on selling insurance.
We have * figures recently that market will be severely affected if consumer knows that they less likely to have their phones stolen.
                                                   

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[Homework]2014-04-23&04-25 苹果谷歌等成立手机“反盗联盟”为手机增加Kill Switch功能

homeworkGoogle is joined by Apple,Sumsung, Microsoft,along US companies to create the kill switch for the mobile phones.
the switch will allow owners, you and me basically to disable the lost and stolen phones and write the data clean.
sounds so good so far. many lawmakers and regulators are being calling for exact this.
San Fransissco ...dispute......say it dosent go far enough and I ask them why.
the problem is we are still talking about the system depending on the consumers to to create..out..the application and upload the application, we know that's not necessarily working very well.
*we just need one step further, when we ...push the sign up the service when  at some point its going to protect the phone ..
you are the consumer, you decide it and you wont want to use the technology then you can turn it off but otherwise the technology will not be activated and around
otherwise many people will do this, they wont activate the service
and fees are basically plays the ...go out..you are going to buy a new phone.
isnt that sort of  protecting the people from yourself, I mean, is that the job related to the lawmaker or officials, like you, to say we are going to make it, you dont need to do anything.
we can observe you  the responsibility of making the decision.
you know, good point, Rachel , we do it all the time.
we fasten belts in cars, even we give people a option, we are gonna see people belt or not
*we provide a lot of safety around the manufacture, we provide a lot of safety around the furniture and electrical appliance. that's a  long history the government stepping in the consumer......even the consumer....
if it is everyone's interest to have this, why do you think they would not have the most safe the most efficiency achieving that goal.
well certainly, some people would argue that so much money involved.
it is not a business model especially for the US carer, provide the technology.
every time when you phone is stolen, you have to go back to buy a new phone.
people are purchasing the insurance, just in US market alone, it is 7.7bn  the insurance market, just selling the insurances.
we have figures recently, the market will be severely effected if the consumers know they are less likely to have their phones stolen.











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Google's joined up with Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, along with US cell companies, to create a kill switch for mobile phones.

The switch will allow owners, you and me basically, to disable a lost or stolen phone and wipe the data clean. Sounds good, so good so far, and indeed many lawmakers and regulators have been calling for exactly this.  San Francisco's district attorney says it doen't go far enough. I asked him why.

But the problem is that we still are talking about the, the system depending on the consumer to proactively going out and searching for the application, uploading the application, we know that that doesn't assuredly work well. So we just need them to go one step further. What we need is to make sure that when you purchase the phone, that at the time that you are signing up for the services, the phone is going to have this technology and is going to be pre-enabled at that point. And you as a consumer, if you decide that you do not want to use the technology, then you can turn it off. But otherwise, that technology would be activated, would be available on all the phones.  Otherwise, what many people will do is they will not activate the services. And the thieves, basically will play, play a game of odds, you know, they can go out, they can rob  two or...three people, one of the phones may be able to be sold.

Isn't that sort of protecting people from themselves? I mean is it the job of, of lawmakers and the job of officials like yourself, to basically say to people, "well, we are going to do, we are going to make it, so you don't have to do anything. We are going to absolve you of the responsibility of making the decision.

You know, good point, Richard, but we do this all the time, right, we put seatbelts in cars.  Even, you know, we don't give people an option whether they are gonna get a seatbelt on the car or not.  We provide a lot of safety around drug manufacturing, we provide a lot of safety around the manufacturing of furniture, electronic appliances. So there's a long history of consumer protection where the government has stepped in and has taken action to make sure the consumers are protected, even when the consumer may not be readily available to take... avail them-self of the safety mechanism.

If it is in everybody's interest to have this, why do you think they would not want to have the most safe the most efficient way of achieving that goal?

Well, certainly, some people would argue that there are so much money involved, that it's not in the best interests of business models, especially for the US carriers to provide this technology. Look, here,  every time that a phone is stolen, you have to go back and buy a new phone. People are purchasing insurance, just in the US market alone, it's about 7.7 billion-dollar-a-year market, just in selling insurance. And we have full figures recently that market would be severely impacted if the consumers know that they're less likely to have their phone stolen.
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Now, Google's joined up with Apple, Samsung, Microsoft along with U.S. cell companies to create a kill switch for mobile phones. The switch will allow owners -- you and me basically -- to disable a lost or stolen phone and wipe the data clean. Sounds good -- so good so far, and indeed many lawmakers and regulators have been calling for exactly this. San Francisco's district attorney says it doesn't go far enough. I asked him why.

But the problem is that we still are talking about the system depending on the consumer to proactively going out and searching for the application and uploading the application, and we know that that doesn't necessarily work well. So we just need them to go one step further. What we need is to make sure that when you purchase the phone that at the time that you're signing up for the services, the phone is going to have this technology and is going to be pre-enabled at that point. And you as a consumer, if you decide that you do not want to use the technology, then you can turn it off. But otherwise -- the technology will be activated and it will be available on all the phones -- otherwise, what many people would do is they will not activate these services and the thieves basically will play a game of odds. You know, if they can go out and they can rob…

Right, but …

two or three people, one of the phones may be able to be sold.

Isn't that sort of protecting people from themselves? I mean, is it the job of lawmakers and the job of officials like yourself to basically say to people, well we're going to do -- we're going to make it so you don't have to do anything. We're going to absolve you of the responsibility of making the decision?

You know, good point, Richard, but we do this all the time, right? We put seatbelts in cars even -- you know -- we don't give people an option of whether they're going to get a seatbelt in their car or not. We provide a lot of safety around drug manufacturing, we provide a lot of safety around the manufacturing of furniture, electronic appliances, so there's a long history of consumer protection where the government can step in and has taking action to make sure that consumers are protected even when the consumer may not be readily available to take -- avail themselves -- of the safety mechanisms.

If it is in everybody's interest to have this, why do you think they would not want to have the most safe, the most efficient way of achieving that goal?

Well certainly some people would argue that there is so much money involved that it's not in the best interest of the business models, especially for the U.S. carriers, to provide this technology. Look, you're -- every time that a phone gets stolen, you have to go back and buy a new phone. People are purchasing insurance. Just in the U.S. market alone it's about a $7.7 billion a year market just in selling insurance. And we have heard figures recently that that market would be severely impacted if the consumer knows that they're less likely to have their phone stolen.
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