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Actually, this is not Apple's fault. It was developers that did not properly secure their applications (mainly speaking of twitter). Once this gets going in full swing, Apple will force...
01-09-2011, 03:09 PM #61
Actually, this is not Apple's fault. It was developers that did not properly secure their applications (mainly speaking of twitter). Once this gets going in full swing, Apple will force devs to secure their apps to keep other devs safe.
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01-10-2011, 06:43 AM #64
I don't think its about being too cheap to buy an app. Can you tell me you have never borrowed a friends tape, CD, DVD movie to make a copy for yourself....or how many have ever had chips in the PS or Xbox to play copied games...
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01-10-2011, 09:23 PM #69
If you don't agree with the rules mmi sets please go to another forum.
01-10-2011, 09:45 PM #70
Let's see... one is stealing something from someone, and the other is simply changing the way something looks. Yep, they're the same. I come in your house and steal your tv, or I redecorate my house. Yep, they're the same. I steal a painting off of your wall, or I buy a painting by you and I draw a mustache on it. Yep, they're the same.
Jailbreaking has never been illegal. Apple can say whatever it wants, it does not write bills or sign them into law.
There have never been any laws on the books against jailbreaking. Stealing someone's work is on the books as a crime. And now, jailbreaking is officially legal and Apple is continuing to make it difficult. It does have the right to make its firmware however it wants, but the first time Apple announces it has purposely stymied jailbreaking, court time!Senior
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I don't know what the big deal is.
Sooner or later there was going to be the same app piracy as on the iphone. And as macs aren't sandboxed there wasn't much apple could do about it.