Brilliant. It was almost as if it was planned.??!!!?....!
Nice to force companies to have to spend more money spontaneously to hang on to this data.
Nice clandestine tax on an entire industry.
They could just run a reality TV show where they combed through peoples emails to dig up dirt for the show.
A real live Peyton place from every corner of Australia.
Should make for fascinating TV!!!
Toll roads are such a lame thing.
I can't stand them with all of their toll plazas that cost a bunch to build and maintain and wasted money staffing them.
Will this approach pester people also?
I wonder how penny-ing people to death will work.
A solution needs to be found to maintain good roads.... not sure this is the solution.
If there were thousands of such events that Lampooned not just Muhammed, but all religious trappings, each year.... would this sort of lunacy of attacking people over cartoons become less common?
If the scope of the event was big enough would become more of the norm throughout the world?
Seems like killing people over imagery should be what is not tolerated in a civilized world.
That sort of thing is what needs to be extincted.
Transparency... what does this have to do with Transparency?
It is called strait forwardness.
Nothing hard to understand about "If this comes to my desk, I will veto it!"
That is as plain spoken as things can get.
Who knew the movie Idiocracy was real.
In security it says:
Allow Apps downloaded from:
(3 check boxes)
1. Mac App Store
2. Mac App Store and identified developers
Seems like if you only had the Mac App Store checked then there would be no threat.
Even if option 2 was selected, it seems like it might be fairly safe if the developer's are not trying to infest a computer.
Obviously, option 3 would allow for all kinds of mayhem.
Plus if you have your machine set to only install from the app store, doesn't it have some sort of handshake problem? I don't know how it all works, but I know when I install a new version of the OS on a Mac it only lets installs through the app store work by default. You have to disable that feature to install "Trusted" apps from outside of the App Store environment. You can also choose to wing it and allow all apps you find to install if you click the right check box.
Seems like placing an application in the app store that has this "Extra Content" might be a bit problematic.
Perhaps not, but has there been any apps from the Mac App store with extra code to side load a program onto a Mac?
I have XP with my games, Win 7, and Tech Preview 10.xxx on my iMac using parallels.
One of the best ways of running windows in my view. Speedy and you can set things up as you need them.
My XP is only for old games and works really well for that.
Don't need it for browsing or iTunes.
Still work on these older devices via their browsers and airplay to apple TV.
Not too inconvenient I would think for those in the apple techosphere.
Can't support everything forever.
With a need to mask your ip of course.
It seems that since iTunes is a conduit through which people organize and utilize content from Apple, the software would be a priority since how users experience the content is important in creating more users.
Making iTunes cumbersome or poorly functioning would seem to be directly a threat to the money flow.