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Eric_WVGG said:I’m a bit confused by how they retrieved this data.
access to the phone if the user didn't have a passcode lock. access to an iCloud backup (which holds your activity history)
gatorguy said:I would certainly expect that to become available for North America and any other areas that Apple serves all at about the same time unless Apple is maintaining different databases for different countries, which I suppose they might. Anyway good move in the name of transparency.
from the article it sounds like its being rolled out. first in the EU where its an actual legal issue. the slow spread is probably to avoid possible server issues if everyone tries to do it at the same time. and given what folks do to the online store on a launch night I can understand why they are cautious
mavemufc said:They should just make this available for everyone tbh.
server space isn't free. although I'll agree that 5GB is way too small. 50GB would make a better free tier
urashid said:bobolicious said:...I only gave this subscription up because there was no mac desktop app - offer this and it will be a most welcome thing...! Excellent news I'd say...!
if they work it into iBooks or build a Mac News app you have your wish
goofy1958 said:FBI Director Christopher Wray has continued his fight to make it easier to defeat the encryption-based security of devices like Apple's iPhone, declaring in a speech at Boston College that these security systems could be designed in a way to help law enforcement agencies
And what happens when an FBI agent is offered 10million for the law enforcement key? Does this idiot really think that only law enforcement will have access? He really needs to pull his head out of his ass if he thinks it will be safe.
if he's so sure that it can be done then he should have some FBI tech geniuses write it. and then show Apple how easily it could be done and how totally secure it is. make it harder for them to claim it can't be done.