One selfish example is that someone says to you in a cussing and childish way that privacy violation stuff as done by the company through their products is none of your concern and that you’re whining like a baby over the lack of privacy. Simply taking us for fools, losers or even supporters of baddies just because we care for privacy is one sure way to proof that your comment is a selfish one.
Electronic Frontier Foundation, the group that CARES for people’s privacy had criticized Apple Computer for the fact that the bizarre way of radio connections in IOS 11 is handled. It’s a bizarre stuff and it should take you back to Windows 10 days like even if you turn off certain stuffs for privacy, there’s still a chance that your privacy is being compromised. So, are the options fake or something, pretending to protect your privacy? It’s not like I can imagine a scene where something pops up on the victim’s computer presenting him the options for the sake of increasing the privacy but instead, that stuff does the opposite, nothing or even offers partial protection out of its pretense. To turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in Control Center will be not to disable them completely but instead, to disable them temporarily until the device discovers a new location whose settings are stored. So, if you turn off Wi-Fi for instance, it actually closes the existing connection, causing your device to be connected to some other Wi-Fi network. This is like applying a different action to the feature instead of the supposed one.
Compared to what Windows 10 does to people’s privacy through various features, this on IOS 11 is done out of stupidity or something as if the feature does something else. Such mis-implementation like this can open doors to cyber-attacks.
Perhaps, this new feature on IOS 11 needs to be fixed from such stupid errors that open doors to cyber-attacks. The further the product goes in violating users’ privacy, the more the consequences will be delivered to the company.