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  1. Man, all Samsung's ads criticizing Apple for their anti-consumer moves are looking REAL ironic about now...
  2. Facebook Employees Criticize Campaign Against Apple in Leaked Comments - MacRumors Not even Facebook believes Facebook, lmao
  3. Don't give them an inch. Buying a tesla is easily 50,000+ USD. If that's not enough to cover their R&D for this feature, then the cars are priced too low. It's very John Deere-y. The mile they take will be disabling your car if you put an non-OEM oil filter and non-OEM oil in your car at a non-OEM shop or on your own.
  4. Yeah "just" having a felony on record. I too would like to never have a paying job again or be able to vote or have freedom of movement because I accidentally heard 5 seconds of a Pink Floyd song in an ad on YouTube. Felonies are absolutely not a joke or something to "just" have.
  5. The EFF's brief, if anyone is interested. It's the most professional "eat shit and go to hell" I think I've ever read. https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2020/11/2020-11-16-RIAA-reversal-effletter.pdf
  6. Maybe they can fix the utterly shit performance the game has. Also, lol get rekt Ubisoft. I have no sympathy for that company.
  7. its github being taken down is meaningless. Git is a distributed version control system. Everyone that's ever cloned it has a full copy of the history of the project (including presumably the developers themselves) Literally all they have to do is create a new repository somewhere else and re-point their local repositories to the new remote and push.
  8. Lame. Also, isn't this a RTG like they use on spacecraft? If this ISN'T vaporware then this could be a very very good thing. Especially if it's using "waste" material. Double also, from the techcrunch source: That might be a problem for smartphones and other expected-splashproof/waterproof electronics.
  9. Epic played stupid games, and have won stupid prizes. The fact that all these companies have come out "against" Apple at once makes me super suspicious about how well-organized this is. They had the suit ready in hours, an ad campaign ready in hours, multiple big-name companies with them in days, and throughout all of this, everyone has forgotten it was also nuked from the Google Play Store for the exact same reason it was nuked from the Apple App Store.
  10. Not to mention that Epic had a lawsuit and ad campaign up within hours of them doing this change. This was premeditated. They fully intended to get nuked, and now they're hoping that they can dunk on Apple despite the fact that 1) precedent is against them and 2) this was so clearly an arranged conflict that it can do nothing but hurt Epic's case more.
  11. ITT: People forget that Google also removed it from their store too for violating the same rule. In fact, everyone should know that Apple's rules and Google's rules on what can and can't be in the app store are basically identical. The sole difference is that on Android you're free to sideload. Google even takes the same huge cut. Epic violated the rules of both stores, but y'all are only calling Apple names.
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