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lkrupp said:elnbrg said:This proves that end-to-end encryption is still a right way to protect our data.
Under your theory, the U.S. government should be allowed to collect every last, single, solitary newborn's DNA for the specific purpose of setting up a government managed database of DNA records to identify potential suspects at some vague, unknown point in the future. That is what a centralized security key does. The personal liberty aspect hinges entirely on whether the citizen's participation is voluntary or not.
The police have the right to gather evidence by whatever means they have at their disposal; however, those means should not include forcing all citizens, even those not accused of any criminal activity, to only use government approved methods of communication.
supadav03 said:I’m actually cool with a spec bump only. Give me the latest processor, better reflective coating, longer battery life, 120 hz refresh and beat the starting price of the 2018 9.7 inch iPad (maybe start at $249) and I’m sold.
seanismorris said:Obviously you can’t do a direct comparison the iPad Pro + Apple Pencil. But, doesn’t the drawing experience (of this product) blow it away?
Does the 12.9” feel to small after using this? What about the feeling and accuracy of the stylus?
Should artists that own the iPad consider upgrading to the Cintiq 16?
It’s difficult to judge how much the iPad has resonated with artists...
randominternetperson said:JanNL said:“Angela Ahrendts (right) with Apple CEO Tim Cook” 🤔
gutengel said:Wasn't Microsoft complaining a couple years ago about being the sponsors with the Surface, but the trainer and technicians ended up using iPads because they worked better?