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AppleInsider said:Upguard made an effort to communicate with platforms with sensitive data left in the open, but the scale of the security issue was too broad to account for every business.
You can bet your bottom dollar that some developer was overruled by a "product manager" when the topic of security defaults came up. Their "example user" is probably someone who "can't be trusted to remember a password" and so some bright spark decides that such complexity shouldn't be forced on customers because "Apple makes things simple, so we should too." Apple also refuses to compromise on security, nimrod.
lmasanti said:This is a crazy world! Now Apple's App Store is the ‘good guy’! Wonderful.
And, as usual, developers cand develop a full platform like Roblox and earn all the money they want!
Having watched that video, Roblox deserves to be sued into oblivion. Banning it from the App Store based on the allegations of child abuse would not be out of character for Apple, and no doubt there's something in the terms and policies agreements with developers that would cover it.
mikethemartian said:Apple’s commitment to privacy is as reliable as Ming’s promise not to blast Dale Arden into space.