The Korean Herald has published a report regarding Apples App Store no refund policy. According to the report, the South Korean government has ordered Apple to change these policies.
The Washington Post has reported that Apple and a few other companies are planing to inform users of secret data data requests from law enforcement agencies. Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Google all believe that users have a right to know when when their information is being targeted for government seizure.
Uh oh. According to Valleywag, an AT&T security breach led to the exposure of 114,000 email addresses (and associated SIM / ICC identifiers) belonging to Apple iPad owners. A group of hackers calling themselves Goatse Security (be careful looking that one up) figured out a number of ICC-IDs and ran a script on AT&T’s site through a faked iPad UserAgent, which would then return the associated addresses. Some of those affected were actually quite big names, including the CEOs of The New York Times andTime Inc., some higher-ups and Google and Microsoft, and even a number of employees from NASA, FAA, FCC, and the US military.