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Very nice. Although not intended, even a small dent in a ‘global economy’ is a good thing. The world cannot all get along no matter how good the intentions are, and the larger the groups of diverse people equally governed the less likely they will be to agree and get along. Discrimination, persecution, division, and totalitarianism will be necessary to manage a globally oriented population. Ironically, the result of a global economy will be exactly the opposite of what is hoped for.
It’s funny watching people make an issue of this. We quickly dismiss and forget our own stupid word mistakes, but then are quick to jump on Trump about it with a deceptively hidden suggestion that he’s stupid for saying it.
If anyone is making an issue out of this like they would toward a friend, then great. Enjoy. Otherwise, your hypocrisy is showing.
Yes, we need to police Saudi Arabia...I hope we will also accept them policing us as well.
It’s one thing if people are actually being overtly harmed, but it’s another thing if our severe over-sensitivity to a ‘patriarchy’ (which doesn’t even exist anymore in the US, at least as described by modern feminism) makes us want to fix other countries when potential offences by this app are likely to be very minor the vast majority of the time. It’s more the ‘idea’ of the app which we find offensive, and it’s not our place to make decisions for other countries and then cherrypick extreme examples to justify ourselves.
rob53 said:We’re talking about family so why wouldn’t each of them have written down essential account information and stored them in a safe? If they had the surviving spouse would have been able to access the deceased Apple ID.
it’s not Apple’s responsibility to do this. Forcing Apple to do it sets a bad precedent for other types of access by police and others.
In any case, I also wonder why this is news.