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sflocal said:ihatescreennames said:AppleInsider said:A story that captivated the sports world in recent weeks culminated Thursday in the resignation of a professional basketball team's top executive, the confirmation that the executive's wife was responsible for running a series of anonymous Twitter accounts, and the revelation that the wife had factory-reset her iPhone prior to handing it over to a law firm hired to investigate the matter.
I feel like there’s still a bunch of info they could potentially retrieve even after a factory-reset. If they wanted to, that is. I supposed the resignation is likely good enough.
i suspect that in the near future we will see Animoji break out of Messages and be visible as a filter in other Apple apps like FaceTime and iMovie. and we will see them become the new sticker. with luck perhaps they will break both items totally out so that users can have one set of stickers and face filters that can work in several apps. like a plug in or such
davidh2016 said:Facebook is charging it's customers. The price is not currency it is their privacy. For me, that cost may be too high.
rajeshkhater said:Mark trying hard to cover his back side! If Facebook were so concerned about the customer then how does CA have data of 50 million users and why is it being investigated by several governments?