Fifteen pages of black squares. How’s that freedom tasting? Take that terrorists! Most. Transparent. Ever.
I think that is a new record. Once can only come to the conclusion that this is what it looks like if the government is giving its population the middle finger.
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This captivating visualization of waveforms is as soothing as it is mesmerizing.
After ordering an iPad for her young son, our reader - who works in the IT industry and does not want to incur the fruity firm’s wrath by revealing her name - received a suspicious email purporting to be from Apple, but looking like the sort of dodgy call for information we’re all told to strenuously avoid.
We perform security checks on our customers’ credit card orders due to the fact that the cardholder is not present to sign for transactions. The Apple Online Store’s Terms and Conditions state that Apple reserves the right to verify the identity of the genuine credit card holder by requesting appropriate documentation. Please note these checks are a security measure designed to protect your information.
The email continued:Please scan a copy or take a photo of the following documentation in jpeg format and email it to email@example.com:
1. Card holders Drivers license or National Identity Card or Passport and 2. Recent Credit Card / Bank Statement showing card holder name, address and card number.
And just as I thought that Apple couldn’t possibly get any more evil. They reach new height, previously only observed by Facebook.