Thanks for the info. I've been waiting to update to make sure these issues are taken care of. I have been using my home computer for work, so it's definitely a concern.According to the article which has been updated, it sounds like Apple has taken steps to address things, and will do more going forward. Apple is better on privacy than most companies, but it’s good that we have people with the technical expertise to examine these things and figure out when there is a security hole. One thing I learned from reading this: iMessage is end-to-end encrypted. iCloud backups don’t appear to be. So if you backup your iMessages to iCloud, so much for the encryption on them...
The thought of businesses employing autonomous robots may give some people pause. But under Boston Dynamics’ terms and conditions of sale, companies must agree to “the beneficial use of its robots.”
imma think all the cats are outta the bag anyway. It's an illusion we're still managing our tech. I mean you can now buy the dog one in this video, for only $75k (if you agree to use it only for "beneficial purposes" ) but who's to say it will obey your every command versus making some up as it goes like a regular dog does.
Boston Dynamics' well-known robot, Spot, is available for commercial purchase. Michael Perry, VP of business development at Boston Dynamics, says Spot has "seemingly limitless" applications for businesses.www.cnbc.com