Originally Posted by tt92618
Nor can YOU say they were not
Good thing I didn't, huh? In fact, I was merely addending the post that did mention that.
You are almost always the first with your virulent brand of mindlessly sycophantic Apple rants about other members here, but you conveniently sweep under the rug that your own logic is as flawed as the people you are attacking.
lol, irony. And lies; can't forget the lies.
...specifically states that A) "An intruder attempted...
There you go. Did you read your e-mail?
Apple would not acknowledge the possibility of data theft if there had been no successful breach.
Talk about flawgic
Originally Posted by Relic
You're kidding right, 20 million is nothing compared to what Microsoft, Google, Amazon, even eBay spend a year. It cost over 100 million to get Bing operational.
Come on, now. You're comparing a company's restricted developer website to a search engine designed to scrape the entire Internet AND receive requests thereof and push out information for said requests 24/7. It's completely different.