House Committee wants Apple CEO to answer questions about FaceTime bug

The House Committee on Energy and Commerce has sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook requesting answers to certain questions they have related to the Group FaceTime bug.
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1. drunkenjay

Posts: 1657; Member since: Feb 11, 2013

this is one of the biggest privacy blunders apple could have ever done.

5. blingblingthing

Posts: 946; Member since: Oct 23, 2012

What about those lock screen bypasses? What about those Indian/sirenian characters which caused reboots?

2. lyndon420

Posts: 6737; Member since: Jul 11, 2012

The problem is likely a lazy apple employee that didn't care enough to report this problem to his manager.

4. cmdacos

Posts: 4110; Member since: Nov 01, 2016

It was several including whoever monitors Tim's Twitter account.

3. wickedwilly

Posts: 667; Member since: Sep 19, 2018

The problem is Apple continues to give the impression its products are secure and free from data gathering when it is very clear this is not or never has been the case. This is compounded by Apple fans being gullible and swallowing everything Apple tells them.

6. blingblingthing

Posts: 946; Member since: Oct 23, 2012

Gullible indeed, expect Apple fans to still maintain iOS is totally secure.

7. NarutoKage14

Posts: 1318; Member since: Aug 31, 2016

Far too many Apple fans are like flat Earthers, they refuse to believe any factual evidence that goes against their views.

8. obedchuni

Posts: 332; Member since: Jun 16, 2014

The problem with Apple is they don’t listen to the consumer, what they think
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