Rep. Lance Gooden’s phone password (used to be) 777777
‘Just another thing Kanye West and I have in common,’ tweeted the Texas Republican

Rep. Lance Gooden, R-Texas, was caught on tape entering his smartphone’s passcode.  (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

The internet has caught another person of interest in a highly sensitive act once more.

A video shows Rep. Lance Gooden unlocking his iPhone during (what was likely) Wednesday’s House Financial Services hearing where Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg answered questions about the company's mishandling of user data and privacy concerns.

Trump Game is Yuge on App Store
Game features phrases from the campaign as player builds wall around Trump White House


The premise of the game is that President Trump is complaining about birds trashing his White House, which has his name in giant gold letters, so the player needs to help build a wall around it.  

[Who Said it? Trump or Not Trump?] Throughout the game, simply called "Trump's Wall," players have to build the wall and no bricks can fall off the foundation, or else Trump, who is standing on the crane, says "You're fired."  

Obama Backs iPhone Searches, But Not ‘Willy-Nilly’ Access
Certain Criminal Cases Should be the Exceptions

Obama, at the SXSW event in Austin, Texas, weighs in on the dispute over iPhone searches in criminal cases.  (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for SXSW)

President Barack Obama believes law enforcement should be able to force Apple to unlock iPhones when investigating certain criminal cases, but he cautioned against “willy-nilly” searches of mobile devices.  

Obama’s comments were among his most substantive on the ongoing debate about Apple’s dispute with the Justice Department, which wants the technology behemoth to unlock an iPhone used by one of the shooters in last year's mass workplace killing in San Bernardino, Calif. His administration has been trying to help bring about a resolution, but so far as failed to do so.