AT&T and Apple Fight Over Data Leakage in iOS 6

AT&T and Apple Fight Over Data Leakage in iOS 6

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MassiveWanker - June 1, 2013 at 9:08am
Apple refusing to acknowledge a massive bug affecting millions of users?! No... If it's 10,000 users it's not even considering acknowledging. If it's 100,000 affected users it's still just coincidence. When it hits 1,000,000 it's "mass hysteria" and/or a breakout of Lycanthropy that is diseasing the possessed minds of the hoard. When do they give a s***? When it starts hitting major news outlets. Bad publicity. That's all they care about. False image and then ignore customers. Their user-help-user disaster of a support forum is rife with frustration and clenched fists, but that's the way the game works. It worked for O.J. right? As Chris Rock said, "you gotta stick with your lie!" Protocol: Ignore everything until the outcry becomes a mob scene. Deny the problem exists until you cannot hold out any longer. Admit it could, maybe, possibly be an issue- but it only affects about people, likely, so it's not a problem worth fixing. Ease in a little more and say again that it possibly could affect up to 25 users. Once millions of users are carrying expensive bricks, call your customers whining bitches and agree to fix the problem. Take 6 months to 1 year to release said fix. Ensure the "fix" breaks more than it fixes. Repeat cycle. I'm being facetious obviously but honestly that's not too damn far off from reality!