Apple’s privacy is more important than ever এবং and uncertain
McAuliffe likes to think of himself as optimistic. It will just be a lot easier Stay If an optimist Things Didn’t happen. Alas, the time is linear and the line seems to be going through the floor of the graph and into the more awful graph.
The current concern of this horned observer is privacy. You remember privacy, don’t you? This is something that no one ever mentions when evaluating a smartphone.
It would be ridiculous to go back 10 years and find all the articles where scholars said “No one cares about privacy! They just think about what their devices can do! It would be ridiculous if it weren’t, you know, cosmicly unusual at first glance
I think 50 years from now we’re going to look back at the same regrets of how we redesigned our world around computers as people look at how we redesigned the cities around cars. 3
Unfortunately this is likely to get worse.
Macallop has long been shaken when Apple’s on-device machine learning was punished for not being as good as the machine learning done by companies that make your data with a cartoon-assorted oversized vacuum cleaner hose. And here McAuliffe thought Ray’s cartoon-variety oversized vacuum cleaners were out of business.
But on-device learning lets you have the information – stay with Macallop here – On the device. This is a good thing for your privacy. Apple has long responded to law enforcement requests to unlock iCloud data. What it strongly opposes is unlocking individuals’ devices.
The Supreme Court’s decision, hitting last week’s Row vs. Wade precedent, has raised concerns about technology and the possibility of its misuse against abortion seekers. As John Gruber mentioned, Apple’s health data is encrypted on devices and when synced between devices. For now, most seem to agree that healthcare providers and other human sources may be more likely to receive such information.
But subsequent personal rights challenges may change.
Even if you think abortion is wrong, don’t believe for a second that people think it’s okay to use technology to judge women for violating state abortion restrictions. A Supreme Court that is also willing to limit Miranda’s rights clearly shows that it doesn’t care much about your so-called “personal freedom.” What else but the person for the meat grinder of capitalism? Is it even freedom but you legally need a 10 minute smoke break every 12-hour shift before returning to the coal mine?
You’re lucky you got 10 minutes, Billy! When you’re 12, it’s a straight 12-hour shift!
Don’t worry, though! Senate Democrats are in the case and chose last week to file a request for the FTC to investigate – let McCallup pretend to wear some glasses here so he can read:
ভূমিকা “The role of Apple and Google in transforming online advertising into an intensive surveillance system”.
It was.Apples… And then Google.
You know… if you get time to do a second investigation.
Macallop is in favor of investigating Apple where it is sure, such as its app store exclusive capabilities. And, hey, once you’ve cleared up Facebook, Google, Amazon, et al for violating their privacy, of course, look at Apple and see if it can do better in that area. It probably could! But the phrase that Apple first listed here reveals the phrase “no good deed goes unpunished.”
Which sounds like an impending Supreme Court ruling these days.
McAuliffe said he “likes to think of himself” as an optimist. He did not say that he was necessarily one.