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If that were true then Dell and HP wouldn't be looking into the Foxconn suicides as well now would they




This is a problem with AT&T, not Apple. Go away trolls, it's no longer funny.
This changes everything. Again.

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lol i want reparations
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stop posting horrible threads trying to cause flame wars. no one cares apple jipped you or you dont like their products for whatever reason.
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If that were true then Dell and HP wouldn't be looking into the Foxconn suicides as well now would they




This is a problem with AT&T, not Apple. Go away trolls, it's no longer funny.
It just goes to show you that hackers will use any opening that they can. Rather it's a problem with adobe, or g-mail or your phone carrier. You just can't go around saying your device can not be hacked.

Edit: I'm not sure hacked is really that right word. I meant to say that any device that goes online is at risk. Hackers will turn over every stone possible to get that data.
Edited by CrazyHeaven - 6/9/10 at 5:13pm
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Good job AT&T! I love being your customer. I pay a large amount of money per month, get subpar cellular signal, and want to limit my data usage even further. I love being your customer!
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It just goes to show you that hackers will use any opening that they can. Rather it's a problem with adobe, or g-mail or your phone carrier. You just can't go around saying your device can not be hacked.
Where was that ever said?
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Where was that ever said?
It's a jab at how Apple jabs at how Windows has viruses, spyware, etc.
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Blaming Apple for this is like blaming your motherboard for dying when the PSU is at fault for frying it.
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Serves them right for owning an iPad.
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Remember that GSM SMS issue a while back that BOTH Google and Apple had to issue a patch for to fix? Companies can go over protocols and methods all they want, but they cannot test for each and every situation, otherwise software like DRM would be uncrackable. You have to be aware of an issue in order to fix it and in order to be aware of it, it has to happen first or one would have to magically stumble upon it. Now if Apple KNEW about it and didn't do anything about it with ATT, then I would be more inclined to agree with you.
I agree with you. But who resolved that? It wasn't just the carrier. The issue is two sided and most likely can be fixed from both/either side. AT&T can patch the script or Apple can remove the sensitive information that gets returned by the script. To broadcast information like that from a simple request is rather careless in my opinion, but I admit I don't understand the methods completely. But to say it has nothing to do with Apple and everything to do with AT&T is false.

But yes, the article's title is a bit misleading. Then again, most titles are when they have to do with Apple, Nvidia, ATI, and Intel.

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Like I mentioned earlier, the large sum of money is not the cause of the suicides. Just because the employees knew about it doesn't mean that they killed themselves for that sole purpose. It was just a small 'perk' for lack of a better word. So Foxconn removes it and raises pay in hopes to make the tough working conditions (which by my knowledge are still as stressful as ever) a bit more bearable and make suicide option a bit less appealing.
Edited by IEATFISH - 6/9/10 at 5:29pm
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