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How dare you question anything that Apple :marseyapple: says! Ars Technica users prove once again that they're the smartest people on the Internet

https://arstechnica.com/ai/2024/06/apples-ai-promise-your-data-is-never-stored-or-made-accessible-by-apple/?comments=1&comments-page=1

Ars Technica have a zillion articles reporting on Apple's little event yesterday. The most interesting is "Apple's AI promise: “Your data is never stored or made accessible to Apple”. As always I don't give a shit what the article itself says so let's head straight to the comments.

It turns out the tech savvy geniuses who comment on Ars Technica articles would trust Apple with their lives, and anyone doubting Apple's security motives is torn apart.


Top comments:

Too many lies - from you and everyone else.

I'm sorry Apple, but I don't believe anyone that makes these kinds of claims... [downvoted to shit]

I'll be fascinated by your audit results, and am impressed at how quickly you work. [top comment]

:soycry: no you have to blindly trust Apple


This is a nice change of pace, given recent events from companies like Abode, instead of the standard

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In Capitalist America, corporation monetizes YOU!!

Just a reminder that Ars users believe they're the most intelligent commenters on the Internet, and even Reddit-tier comments like this don't introduce self-doubt.


Do you for a fricking second believe them? Like really? [downvoted to shit]

Yes, because not everything is a conspiracy.

It may turn out that Apple are wrong, but I don't believe they're lying, because that would be incredibly stupid of them. [top comment]


I tend to trust companies to act in their own enlightened self-interest. In Apple's case, that mostly means they have more to lose from a leak indicating their privacy claims are ingenuous than they have to gain from whatever they might do with people's personal data.

Yeh everyone knows that personal data isn't useful to companies :marseygigaretard:


Very curious how it's at all possible to reliably verify the code running on a remote machine. [downvoted to shit]

Isn't that the entire premise of Open Source? How can you reliably verify the code running anywhere? [top comment]

Suspend disbelief? That's asking a lot. We shall see… [downvoted to shit]

What has Apple done in the last 10 years that requires you to suspend disbelief? I haven't heard of anything that would break my trust in them. [top comment]

:marseyclapping2: TRUST :marseyclapping2: APPLE :marseyclapping2:


"You should totally believe us". [downvoted to shit]

Their architecture documents are public. [top comment]

Everyone knows that architecture documents are legally binding and definitely reflect what's actually running.


These guys are fricking idiots.

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Strictly speaking the MS CoPilot "leaks" also weren't Microsoft stealing your data directly, it was just them leaving it out for anybody to look at.

Factcheck: This claim has been classified as misogynistic.

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They definitely weren't looking at it as well. No way, not with all the spyware and phoning home baked into their operating system :marseyemojirofl:

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Sure, maybe they were. The point is they didn't have to for it to be a huge security issue. They could be 100% honest when they say they're not looking at the data and it's still fricked.

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Arse Technica lmao :marseyrofl:

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Arse Techneighbor :marseydab:

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I'm fine with “trusting” Apple because they make the hardware and software that run my phone.

If I didn't “trust” them why would I buy the phone in the first place?

I can see the anxiety over the OpenAI partnership but their process is very “opt-in”.

!applechads


Follower of Christ :marseyandjesus: Tech lover, IT Admin, heckin pupper lover and occasionally troll. I hold back feelings or opinions, right or wrong because I dislike conflict.

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You pay apple a lot of money to avoid spyware while windows is basically free (either comes with your computer or it can be easily spoofed with MAS which i think is just deliberate at this point since MS knows they'll make back the money with ads and selling data morso then a single license) !applechads

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I swear MAS cracked windows runs slower. I heard MS basically let the OS get cracked to prevent compromised versions from being shared

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Idk i used a cracked w11 pro and didn't notice any difference in speed from my free w11 home upgrade. I just think actual os license sales are no longer Microsoft's major money maker like they were back in the win7 days

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Apple :marseyapple: has started to go down the dark path with their services revenue push driving :marseysteer: ads and targeting a bit tho :chadstevejobsgenocide:

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:#marseyapple:

wholesome Marsey

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And it's not just :marse#y: but with an object pasted in front. It looks like an original?

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I don't trust apple, that's why I'm buying the new Huawei xiaomi Poco Ching Chong chang 17 plus extreme for 10000 yuan ding don ring ring Cheech and Chong dong :marseychingchong: :marseychingchongsupremacy:

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Why would anyone trust big companies? After east indian company. Everyone should have learned this lesson

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I dunno. Apple has a pretty good history of trying to prevent glowies from getting your info. They definitely could change but I haven't seen any sign they have.

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