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And if Same Song had anything close, they would have been pushing it out the door just to claim they were first.
You don't know if he made the call to release the software in the state it was in or someone else did.  But don't pass up a crappy comment by seeking the truth.
Send the dork that created this story over to Google and see how badly they abuse people by exploiting the data they collect. QA people and even automated test systems build on the problems they find. If they knew where all the problems were, they would have been writing clean code in the first place. Finding bugs and meeting a sales deadline are not always compatible. Finding the last bug could take forever. Someone has to make the call when comparing accuracy to...
The problem will continue for as long as dumb, overweight people stuff an iPhone, or any other phone, into their too tight jeans and then use it as a cushion or chair.  Apple could have built them out of 1/2" steel and some idiot would still have found a way to bend it and get his 5 seconds of fame.
Ballmer takes stupid pills by the handfull.
My solution to Google was to cancel all my Google Accounts.  No point to getting in a pi$$ing contest with a skunk.
When a "Security" firm creates a report on questionable spam or hackers, they are usually trying to "scare up" some sales for a product they offer. And when news "reporters" run questionable articles, they are usually trying to increase the number of clicks to their sites.
The Education systems that do not know about attaching keyboards to iPads says more about the administrators and teachers than the iPads.
I define "dishing out" as giving information to others with no restrictions.  From all reports, Apple does not do this.  My big complaint is the crappy headline.   If these hooks are necessary, they should have the same user controls as other ways that expose user data.  And by default, they should be OFF.
"Dishing out a lot of data behind our backs.." is an very misleading, false, click bait type of headline. There are no examples in the article of where Apple "dished out" any information. I expect such crappy headlines from some but hoped AppleInsider was more truthful. How many of your other articles are now trustworthy?
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