Don't see how the security is any better than a direct https link between Exchage and your phone.
I honestly am not familiar with Androids/iPhones - do they have the option for remote lockdown/wiping of the device? I know this has been used a few times where I work when someone has managed to lose their BlackBerry or has decided to not return it after being let go from the company.
All add-ons must be distributed free of charge. Developers may not create "premium"; versions of add-ons with additional for-pay features, charge money to download an add-on, charge for services related to the add-on, or otherwise require some form of monetary compensation to download or access an add-on.
Blizzard can already control the ultimate functionality of Addons by changing the hooks into the WoW engine. They have exercised this ability in the past, e.g. to disable addons that automate movement and "one-button" combat. Should they be able to make demands on independent programmers' copyrighted works, such as download fees or advertising, who are not under contract to code for Blizzard? Is this like Microsoft asserting control over what programmers may code for Windows?"
Is it legal/moral to require derivative works of a paid software to be free? Most addons are free, but not all addons are equal. If you spent years maintaining and developing a complex addon how would you feel about Blizzard now telling that you can't even ask for donations? Obviously Blizzard wants to keep addons in the realm of hobby, but do they have the right to tell people how they can use their UI API?"
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