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  • Agreeing to iTunes' Terms of Service Means You Promise Not to Make a Nuclear Bomb



    South Park may have lampooned Appleís iTunes terms of service agreement along with the millions who blindly accept the terms without reading them last year, but they missed a comedic gold mine.

    Everyone who accepts Appleís iTunes terms of service agrees to not use the product to produce nuclear bombs.

    Wait, what?

    Itís there, itís real, and I had no idea iTunes was an integral factor in the nuclear bomb production process. Well, the terms of service also prohibits the production of chemical or biological weapons with iTunes. Iíve searched through iTunes' many tabs and menus and still havenít found anything regarding enriched uranium, guided missile systems, or rare strains of deadly diseases to be released unto the masses.

    Perhaps the recent bombing of an Iranian Nuclear scientist was Appleís retaliation for using iTunes to make motivational playlists for those involved in Iranís nuclear development program? Who knew Apple was so concerned about matters of national security?

    I guess the iTunes burn disk icon can now be interpreted literally...




    Source: Business Insider
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Agreeing to iTunes' Terms of Service Means You Promise Not to Make a Nuclear Bomb started by Phillip Swanson View original post
    Comments 38 Comments
    1. dhamien's Avatar
      dhamien -
      Not to be a party pooper, but this is very old news.

      One thing PC users can do that Mac users can't... (it's at the bottom of the page)

      edit: The whole article is actually quite funny, so give it a read.
    1. Zokunei's Avatar
      Zokunei -
      They foiled my plan to build a nuclear warhead with iTunes and then get Apple sued for permitting me to break U.S. laws.
    1. Greatbiguns's Avatar
      Greatbiguns -
      Oh SNAP!!
      Is is too late to opt out of this???
    1. KraXik's Avatar
      KraXik -
      Ah man. I wouldn't want to break my iTunes term of service, now my weekend is ruined! Thanks a bunch, Apple.
    1. Zokunei's Avatar
      Zokunei -
      Does making a nuclear weapon void your warranty then?
    1. Aenima133's Avatar
      Aenima133 -
      Quote Originally Posted by thazsar View Post
      If I was building nuclear bombs & using my iPhone as the trigger, I'm pretty sure violating iTunes Terms of Service would be the least of my worries!
      My thoughts exactly. lol
    1. xNEOxGENESISx's Avatar
      xNEOxGENESISx -
      Quote Originally Posted by dhamien View Post
      Not to be a party pooper, but this is very old news.
      true story.
      BTW, maybe the whole iBomb thing happening on airplanes and stuff may do with something...>_> lol
    1. Paco's Avatar
      Paco -
      I have one question...who actually read the whole agreement?
    1. celeron's Avatar
      celeron -
      Quote Originally Posted by Pancho paco View Post
      I have one question...who actually read the whole agreement?
      Someone that has nothing good to do I guess
    1. Zokunei's Avatar
      Zokunei -
      Quote Originally Posted by Pancho paco View Post
      I have one question...who actually read the whole agreement?
      Quote Originally Posted by celeron View Post
      Someone that has nothing good to do I guess
      Dangerous people. That's why this is in there.
    1. albey20's Avatar
      albey20 -
      HumanCentIpad?
    1. lkailburn's Avatar
      lkailburn -
      Also, iOS can not be used for starting a zombie apocalypse.
    1. Zokunei's Avatar
      Zokunei -
      So if someone lives in Iran does this part about obeying U.S. law apply to them?
    1. Paco's Avatar
      Paco -
      Well thanks to tht person, my plans of blowing up the white house are over. Took me months to make tht white explosive packages. Would rather not ruined my agreement with apple cuz they might sue
    1. Tashawn's Avatar
      Tashawn -
      Welp back to android.
    1. thazsar's Avatar
      thazsar -
      Quote Originally Posted by Tashawn View Post
      Welp back to android.
      Agree! Here I come 'Galaxy Nexus APR 0% Prime Solar System Backpack, Backpack II'
    1. BenderRodriguez's Avatar
      BenderRodriguez -
      Gosh dangit, what if I already built it? It's an iphone bomb stand back and watch me blow it up
    1. hitman10's Avatar
      hitman10 -
      Quote Originally Posted by thazsar View Post
      If I was building nuclear bombs & using my iPhone as the trigger, I'm pretty sure violating iTunes Terms of Service would be the least of my worries!
      It's not for you. It's so that they don't sue them after you triggered the nuke with their device.
      Hello USA.
    1. MrBucket101's Avatar
      MrBucket101 -
      Can't say I'm surprised, you agree to the same when you purchase Seagate hard drives
    1. lukeyb's Avatar
      lukeyb -
      is this not to make the point that no one reads the ToS, a games trading company put in their ToS that you authorize them to use your soul in black magic rituals