Apple says they're stepping up to prevent fraud...but haven't explained how their tracking prevents it.
Is this Big brother-ish?
Do you think you’re trustworthy? Apple is reportedly snooping to not only decide if that’s true…but to “rate” you. How’s that? Apple added a new feature in the iOS 12 update for iPhones. In it, Apple assigns trust ratings to iPhone users, based on phone call and email habits.
But maybe don’t freak out yet – the company maintains they’re building your score based on the number calls and emails you send and receive – so they can help spot fraudulent transactions made using your device.
But also, the company maintains that they aren’t actually seeing/hearing the contents of your communications – they’re merely tracking the score and saving it on their servers for a time. Thing is? While the company swears this is simply to prevent fraud, they haven’t explained how knowing the number of calls and emails you make or receive can help stop it.
Source: The Sun
A mariachi singer was hired to serenade a man's girlfriend as a surprise, but he was the one surprised once he realized it was his own wife
The singer of a mariachi band got a big shock during a gig recently. After being hired by a man in Coyacan, Mexico City to surprise serenade his girlfriend, the singer ended up being the surprised one after realizing the “girlfriend” was actually his own wife.
Apparently, the band started playing under the balcony of the specified address, as per the man’s request. Everything was going fine until the woman emerged from inside, immediately recognizable to the band’s singer as his own wife. That’s when the music stopped, and the fight began.
Eventually, the other band members were able to stop the fracas between the singer and his wife’s lover, who said he didn’t even know she was already married. In fact, after the serenade, he was supposedly planning on proposing to her himself. No word on how far that plan went.
Source: Daily Mail