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lkrupp said:tylersdad said:This is monumentally bad for privacy. It's making me reconsider my investments in Apple products. My entire family belongs to the Apple ecosystem. We all have some version of the iPhone 12, iPads and Apple Watches. It starts with examining personal pictures ostensibly to prevent child exploitation, but where does it lead? Where does it end?
lkrupp said:So should we all switch to Android then because it’s impervious to these attacks? I mean, we never hear about journalists and politicians who use Android getting surveilled or compromised by zero-day drive by hacks. What’s goin on here?
The sub-head indicates the line it takes: "The iPhone maker says it is keeping pace with malware, but the Pegasus project paints a worrying picture".
I don't get how competition is being restricted. I'm in the UK and as far as I know I can use whatever credit/debit card I like - it's simply a matter of registering the card and iPhone with the bank/credit company. The banks and credit companies are still getting their cut.
The ones being cut out are the advertising companies who think they have a God given right to know anything and everything about the individual.
Folks are crawling all over Zoom in a way that it couldn't have expected, prior to the CV-19 crisis.
My University insists on people using Microsoft Teams, since they regard Zoom as a hacker's paradise.
Zoom is leaking peoples’ email addresses and photos to strangers • VICE