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redefiler said:I think Apple's resistance to the FBI's backdooring demands in the San Bernardino terror case will serve them well in this scandal.
In light of this information about serious intelligence agency malfeasance they were right to take the high moral stance. The government can't be trusted not to create and foster exploits, much less maintain security on their secret hacking methods and personnel.
I really hope there has been no collusion between Apple and this illegal CIA hacking group.
Mike Wuerthele said:SpamSandwich said:Mike Wuerthele said:Once more, it is not an advertisement. We've had this conversation before.If it is an advertisement, we are required by federal law to post it. It isn't, so we didn't.
Consider yourself warned.
These phrases imply endorsement: "fix both with Spritz" (how do you know it fixes these things?), "Let's work on that, with Spritz" (same problem), "Spritz also helps those with dyslexia as well" (where is the supporting evidence for this claim?). These are endorsements of the product. Unless there is a rundown of similar apps (and there are similar apps), then the implication is this is the only or best app available to address the issues it purports to "solve". Are you the author of this piece, Mike? Because I see no authors credit.Regardless, it's a safe assumption that if its an app examination, or a how-to use a particular app to get something accomplished, it's probably mine.Neither here, nor in my previous venue, have I ever done a review with payola from the developer or similar examination -- not going to start now.
DCJ0001 said:"Apple Inc. valuation now more than $134 billion greater than Alphabet's Google"
Shouldn't this title read as follows?
huckdaisy1 said:Time to vote Al off the island.