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Christian Legal Group Uses Transgender Rights Arguments To Sue High School For Allowing Trans Student To Use Boy's Locker Room

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What a shitty situation.

A Pennsylvania lawsuit just flipped an argument used for transgender bathroom rights on its head to fight against the progressive movement.

The suit, filed by a top religious conservative group, states that a high school boy was humiliated and emotionally traumatized by being forced to change in a locker room in front of a transgender boy.

Joel Doe, an anonymous name for the high school junior, was changing his outfit for gym class last October when he noticed the transgender boy — described in the suit as a female — wearing "nothing but shorts and a bra."

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The complaint states:

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Donald Trump Will Take E-Bids From Construction Companies To Figure Out How To Build His Border Wall

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Let the golden curtain commence!

After almost a year of (figuratively) building it up, Donald Trump is (literally) ready to build his stupid fucking wall.

During his speech at CPAC on Friday, the president promised construction was "way ahead of schedule" — he just needs someone to design it, build it, and find a way to slip the bill under it so Mexico will pay.

The Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection just posted notification that it will be accepting election bids for the multi-billion dollar project on March 6.

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Chicago Doctor Trapped Overseas Is Suing Donald Trump Over Ban — And He’s Not The Only One!

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Donald Trump better lawyer up fast!

It's no secret the President has gotten major backlash for his controversial immigrant ban targeting several Muslim-majority countries, and is handling anyone who dares to defy his order in a very Apprentice-y way.

But it looks like Trump and the living fossils he calls his administration have gotten themselves into a legal bind they might not be able to get out of — because POTUS is getting slapped with several well-deserved lawsuits!

Related: Trump Wants To Kick Out More Immigrants!

One comes from a Chicago-based doctor who can't get back home from his wedding because he was born in Syria.

After traveling to the United Arab Emirates to get married, Dr. Amer Al Homssi (pictured above) was planning on finishing his internal medicine residency at Advocate Christ Medical Center, but his

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Kim Kardashian Adds Former Secret Service Agents To Her Security Detail Following Her Harrowing Ordeal In Paris!

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We doubt anyone pull a heist on Kim Kardashian West again!

Why, you may ask? While we knew the KUWTK starlet had upped her security detail since becoming the victim of an armed robbery last week, it's since been revealed that the A-lister is now getting presidential level security for herself and her family.

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According to TMZ, Kanye West's wife has added some former members of the Secret Service to

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Apple Refuses To Unlock Terrorist's iPhone For The Government — See Why They Won't Comply With The 'Dangerous' Court Order!

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Apple isn't on the best terms with Uncle Sam right now!

The tech company said it would oppose and challenge a federal court order to help the FBI unlock an iPhone used by one of the terrorists behind the San Bernardino mass shooting last December.

On Tuesday, Federal District Court Judge Sheri Pym ordered Apple to bypass the security on an iPhone 5 operated by Syed Rizwan Farook — who was killed by the police with his wife after murdering 14 of his co-workers at a holiday party.

In hopes of obtaining more evidence in the investigation, the Judge ordered the company to create special software that would basically act as a skeleton key to unlock the phone — but Apple refused!

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Hours later, Apple exec Tim Cook released a statement saying that the company would not comply with the order because the technology would be "too dangerous to create."

The FBI says its experts have failed to access the data on Farook's iPhone, and are at risk of losing the data forever after repeated unsuccessful attempts to enter the password — which means that only Apple is able to get around its security features.

But according to Cook, what the government is asking the company to do "has implications far beyond the legal case at hand." He wrote:

"The F.B.I. may use different words to describe this tool, but make no mistake: Building a version of iOS that bypasses security in this way would undeniably create a back door. And while the government may argue that its use would be limited to this case, there is no way to guarantee such control."

Back in 2014, Apple and Google announced they tightened up their software with "full disk" encryption — which means their security was so beefed up, they could no longer unlock their own products!

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But this re-engineering created a problem for law enforcement authorities, who say the new encryption hinders them from preventing and solving crime.

While police and prosecutors believe that creating a master key will be extremely useful when investigating crimes, Cook says that creating a "back door" to bypass their security is:

"Something we simply do not have, and something we consider too dangerous to create."

The tech company's next step will likely be to file an appeal — and since the legal issues here are complicated, this case could go all the way up to the Supreme Court.

Where do YOU stand in this case of privacy vs. protection? Read Cook's full statement HERE and see what you think!

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