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From ‘About Safari & Privacy’ in iOSes Safari Settings:
When Fraudulent Website Warning is enabled, Safari will display a warning if the website you are visiting is a suspected phishing website. Phishing is a fraudulent attempt to steal your personal information, such as usernames, passwords and other account information. A fraudulent website masquerades as a legitimate one, such as a bank, financial institution or email service provider. Before visiting a website, Safari may send information calculated from the website address to Google Safe Browsing and Tencent Safe Browsing to check if the website is fraudulent. These safe browsing providers may also log your IP address.
- You can disable this by toggling off the Fraudulent Website Warning setting.
- This is complete unacceptable.
via Tom Parker
John Gruber, for Daring Fireball:
The question is: Why do business in China if this is the type of shit they pull?
Money. And this is despite Tim Cook’s outburst in 2014:
“We do things for other reasons than a profit motive, we do things because they are right and just,” Mr Cook growled. Whether in human rights, renewable energy or accessibility for people with special needs, “I don’t think about the bloody ROI,” Mr Cook said, in the same stern, uncompromising tone that Apple employees hope they never have to hear. “Just to be very straightforward with you, if that’s a hard line for you … then you should get out of the stock.”
It seems that it all depends on how large that profit motive is.
Shame on Apple for catering to the Chinese government. At this point, the company needs something akin to the recent #BlizzardBoycott.
[…] nonetheless, this is the first-run experience I was greeted to this afternoon after upgrading to Catalina.
What the hell were they thinking‽
Screenshot: Tyler Hall