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No big deal, I've already moved on to www.postyourselfcommittingcrimeshereinstead.com
I saw that they've even copied any available geolocation data.I'm pretty sure the US IC has done this, with or without top-level approval. The fact that I'm not 100% sure is another issue.
I'm pretty sure the US IC has done this, with or without top-level approval. The fact that I'm not 100% sure is another issue.
Elected officials are sleeping quick violate constitutional safeguards
What happens to apps already downloaded? Does the OS remove them the next time the phone syncs, or do they stay until the user deletes them?
my anecdotal experience with iOS is that the app remains on the phone. I don't think they actively retract the app from your device.