Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 19th Apr 2013 14:09 UTC
Apple "All of those questions, messages, and stern commands that people have been whispering to Siri are stored on Apple servers for up to two years, Wired can now report. Yesterday, we raised concerns about some fuzzy disclosures in Siri's privacy policy. After our story ran, Apple spokeswoman Trudy Muller called to explain Apple's policy, something privacy advocates have asking for." Apple cares about your privacy.
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by Alfman on Mon 22nd Apr 2013 09:23 UTC in reply to "RE[11]: caring"
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"I consider pressure an active force influenced on someone or something to achieve something."

I'll concede there might be different types of pressure. What you are referring to is more like an active campaign against the company to get them to change. That doesn't fit here. Never the less, there is public pressure for companies not to do the wrong thing in the first place without waiting for a direct confrontation, which is what I've been referring to.

"Do you feel pressured to stop for a red light?"

Don't you? Other examples could be a stop sign, or school speed zone. Many people adapt their behaviour to avoid consequences and not because they want to. Corporations are the same way. If we get rid of all these silly examples, I think that maybe you and I could agree on this point.

"Despite laws people are still getting murdered, sometimes in groups. I doubt many murders were prevented, because someone was pressured by the law not to kill someone."

I do disagree here, without laws, there would be a lot more violent crime. I believe there is a deep rooted connection from a young age to follow the rules. Maybe I'm wrong.

"In this case were are talking about a spokeswoman answering a question. How did we get from her to movies set in the past, the Roman Empire and the dark side of human nature?"

Blame Jared for that tangent, I was just responding to the murder question and trying in vein to run with it. I didn't like the example either because it was hardly representative of typical people. On that note, I should thank you for choosing a red light example instead ;)

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