Sony comes clean about six days after its network "intrusion" and admits that its hack attack actually led to the reveal of tens of millions of usernames, addresses, dates of birth, and maybe even passwords, security questions, and credit card numbers. So, that's a pretty bad day over at Sony. Also, Apple "comes clean" on its location data tracking, claiming that it's not happening, and even if it is happening, it's not that accurate, and even if it is that accurate, it's just so they can serve you better iAds. Wait, what?
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I realize that it is politically correct to rail against Apple, but must you. Apple merely stores the data; whereas Google collect every piece of data it can gets its’ hands on and sends it to the mother ship every few milliseconds then peddles it to the highest bidder. If you want something to rant about read the permissions for GMAIL, Google Maps, and related Google products. Also, it is impossible to opt out!
Sioux Falls, SD
Hey, this is Kyus from London, and I’m just responding to your query last show about whether us British people care about the royals. I think we still do to some extent, but we don’t hero-worship them like in the past. In fact it seems that you Americans care about them and are more interested in this royal wedding than a large portion of British people. :-) To be quite honest, most of the people I know are more excited about the bank holiday we get on Friday because of the wedding.
Who am I kidding though, I know that I (and almost everyone else) will be tuning in to watch it though!
Thanks for the show and keep up the great work!
Kyus from London.
G’day guys i was just messing around on youtube watching your programme when you said something about a youtube movie service and typed in http://youtube.com/movies and this came up… From Taylor Heany http://www.youtube.com/movies
“Hey BOLers. I saw this today and thought this would go great on Brian's desk with the other job-i-phernalia. It's an Iphone case with Steve Jobs trapped in carbonite - a la Han Solo. They even have t-shirts in case Molly wants to reconnect with her "bad boyfriend" (like she isn't secretly rocking an Iphone 4 now that she has reverted back to the dark side. Maybe she already has it in a droid x case)
Is this where I'm supposed to add "love the show"
Jeff from Grants Pass, OR
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