Tim Cook didn’t address Apple’s real privacy problem

Tim Cook is deflecting the conversation with his new statement about privacy.Apple was all over the news earlier this month following the theft of celebrities’ nude photos from their iCloud accounts. Though iCloud itself wasn’t hacked, Apple’s two-factor authentication — a second, temporary password via text message that could have prevented the attack — couldn’t be used with iCloud until after the scandal.This was just the latest in Apple’s lousy record on security. Apple waits too long to fix bugs and fails to update its customers when a major vulnerability needs to be addressed.
http://money.cnn.com/2014/09/18/technology/security/apple-privacy/index.html

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