And likely they used the same primitive phishing methods to get them. The End.
Yeah, they market it as a means of backup for iOS devices, if you can't do local backups (or really, really hate iTunes) https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203977. What does that have to do with the iCloud backup of a Mac the OP pretends exists?
Apparently it's a problem. Apple has an article on it on the front of their support page.
You don't even understand what "it" is.
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I think this is more alternate facts than anything, because the business case makes zero sense.
Apple invested a billion dollars into softbank. I don't know about you, but a billion dollars is a YUGGGGGGGGGEEEEEE amount. All for what? To kill a smartphone company who hasn't even released a phone yet? That makes zero business sense - they don't have a phone, they don't have a prototype, they don't have anything. And you don't know how much it costs, or what market they're targeting.
It makes even less sense when you consider the YUGGGGGGGGGEEEEEE Apple investment we are talking about went into a $100 billion fund. IOW they are only a 1% investor - how much leverage dies that buy you in an fund that maybe has a dozen investors?
Thankfully we live in a civilized world where possibility of injury isn't relevant and only real injury is.
Yeah, exactly - that' why sending mail bombs is completely legal if nobody gets hurt.
No, but people are arrested or censored for saying things someone doesn't like. Just look up George Carlin's 7 words you can't say on television.
In this case, it was a picture sent (most likely) with the intent to injure or induce a seizure. There's a difference between offensive and injurious intent.
Nobody was censored for sending an image, the image was send to censor somebody who wrote the truth about Trump.
You are an idiot that can't tell the difference between physical harm an your little ego.
No, he just shows the same entitlement the Trumpist who send the seizure tweet felt. “You deserve a seizure for your post.” is basically a much shorter form of the same sentiment.
You're not that bright.
The concept you're missing is intent.
“You deserve a seizure for your post.” doesn't sound like intent to you?
simple assault is not a federal crime even if we were to stipulate that it applies here.
What about an assault crossing state borders? Sending something harmful with the intent to injure via the USPS is a federal offense, is sending one with e.g. UPS also? If it is, can this also be applied to forms of telecommunication?
Except all the financial fraud done over the internet which is barely investigated. Organized crime is boring, but if a trivial incident makes the news then a prosecutor hits pause on his porn player and files charges.
Here's a tip: if you do something illegal, try to stay anonymous. Complaining the cops should try to catch those who do first when you are caught doesn't prove you're not a criminal, it proves you are a whiney dumb criminal.
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And the top Answer even before Spot 1 is: Contributor to the Forbes contributor network and cut-rate bar mitzvah DJ training academy. Which has nothing to do with aforementioned jobs of "Journalist" and "Media" [sic].
Well when I order them they get delivered to my home or office. I haven't yet seen a way to reach into my monitor and pull the item from "on-line". Just curious how someone could steal my stuff on-line before it gets to me. DUH!
Why would somebody believe "Selling on-line" means ' reach into my monitor and pull the item from "on-line".'?
Unless they are a Russian troll?
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