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Ane juga puas sama produk apel
Apalagi yg ipadnya
Dari generasi pertama, kedua trus uda gak ngitung lagi
Sekrg masi stay di ipad pro generasi 2016
Mau beli iphone mahal, jadinya stay di android
Jajaran android merk yg ane pake sih beragam, mulai dari sony ericson, nokia, sony, motorolla, samsung, terakhir xiaomi poco f1 nanti coming soon asus rog 2
jadi intinya TS seorang Fanboys yang beranggapan kalo merk lain itu cuma meniru produk apple aja daan merasa gak terima.... terlepas dari keamanan yang disukai TS, banyak faktor orang memilih Android, mulai dari harga, aksesibilitas (sharing file dengan HP/laptop lain misalnya), spesifikasi yang ditawarkan.. pilihan orang adalah selera.. ada yang bilang bakso enak kalo pure gak diksih apa2, ada yang bilang enak kalo dikasih sambal, dikasih cuka.. intinya ya tiap orang beli HP sesuai kemampuan dan kebutuhan, ada teman ane yang beli iphone dan setelah 3 bulan dijual karena ngerasa gak sesuai... jadi pilihan orang bebas, gak usah ngejudge kekurangan produk lain karena belum tentu produk yang dibanggakan gak memiliki kekurangan
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ya kembali lagi ke pribadi masing-masing ya gan, bebas memilih apa saja asal jangan saling menjatuhkan karena semua punya pilihan. nice thread gan informatif sekali.
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jgn bandingin gw dengan orang dungu dan misqin macam lu dong.

gw segala macam merek dan jenis hp dan tablet. dari nokia communicator, windows phone, PDA Windows, blackberry, android - flagship maupun versi murah, dan iphone.

kesimpulan gw, iphone is the best emoticon-Cool

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Nah, di situ lu dungunya.

Jelas2 artikel itu cuma untuk buktikan bahwa pada dasarnya produk google memang lebih buruk dan sangat berbahaya. Lu malah ngoceh2 soal cambridge analytica. Gak ada hubungan. Sama saja dengan ketika gw jelasin soal modus orang mencuri uang dari rekening adalah dalam jumlah kecil supaya gak ketahuan, lu malah ngoceh soal pake e-banking padahal banyak kasus scamming dan phishing justru bisa lewatin e-banking karena jumlah transfernya terlalu kecil sampe pemilik rekening enggak terdeteksi.

Makanya: FOKUS. Gw gak mau sebut lu dungu tapi dari jawaban2 lu jelas lu memang rada-rada dungu. sering gak nyambung dan gagal fokus.

Kita lihat jawaban dungu lu:

1. Google curi data? Mereka pernah digugat karena mencuri data lima juta pengguna. Selain kasus itu, di masa lalu Google juga pernah digugat kasus yang sama dan berdamai dengan penggugat dengan syarat si penggugat enggak disclose ke publik isi perdamaiannya apa. Gw pengalaman soal ini dan biasanya tergugat hanya mau damai bila substansi gugatan ternyata punya merits atau ada potensi tergugat dinyatakan bersalah dan harus menanggung kerugian yang lebih besar sehingga mereka pilih kasih duit ke penggugat dengan imbalan si penggugat diam-diam saja.

https://punchng.com/lawsuit-accuses-google-of-stealing-data-of-five-million-users/

Google bahkan mengakui mereka mencuri data berupa lokasi pengguna bahkan ketika opsi "location" dimatikan oleh pengguna.

https://www.theverge.com/2017/11/21/16684818/google-location-tracking-cell-tower-data-android-os-firebase-privacy

2. Google Playstore penuh malware, spyware dan apps berbahaya lain juga fakta yang enggak bisa dibantah.

https://www.news.com.au/technology/online/social/why-google-not-facebook-should-be-your-main-concern/news-story/73429806a3d62fce6394bda1b3567d03

https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/android-horror-game-steals-google-facebook-credentials-and-data/

https://www.digitalinformationworld.com/2019/01/data-stealing-android-malware-infiltrated-the-google-play-store.html

https://www.salon.com/2014/02/05/4_ways_google_is_destroying_privacy_and_collecting_your_data_partner/

https://www.engadget.com/2019/07/11/google-assistant-contractors-record-transcribe-user-audio/

Adalah fakta bahwa google tidak peduli privasi lu. Gak sanggup membantah? Silakan mewek emoticon-Recommended Seller:

3. dan end-to-end itu membuat produk aman gak kayak google yang terlalu terbuka. So, lu akui produk Apple jauh lebih aman kan? emoticon-Cool

4. Exactly. Produk Appstore memang lebih aman daripada di Playstore. Bagus lu gunakan common sense emoticon-Recommended Seller:

5. Tet tot. Lu ngayal lagi. Dari semua bukti yang ada jelas produk Google sama sekali enggak aman. Mulai dari simpen suara lu ketika pake google assistant sampe simpen data lokasi lu walaupun lu uda matiin "location" sampe mencuri data lu tanpa izin sampe playstore yang penuh malware dan program berbahaya.

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basi lu.

ini thread apple dan iphone. kalo lu suka produk lain, ke thread mereka aja emoticon-Gila
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Ya itu kan menurut Lu sendiri, gua kan udah bilang dengan jelas tiap orang punya selera dan kebutuhan yang berbeda-beda... Lu pikir semua orang pintar pake iphone? Lu pikir semua orang kaya pake Iphone? Lagian kao gua liat dari kamar lu, lu gak keliatan kaya orang kaya...

Dilingkungan gua banyak kok orang kaya yang gak pake iphone, kebanyakan pake android flagship atau masih banyak yang pake HP yang cuma bisa telp dan sms, dan mereka beneran tajir. Tajir karena harta, bukan kaya karena punya barang apple...

Orang pake produk apple bukan berarti kaya raya kan, itu cuma selera. Dan lu bilang iphone is the best ya karena selera lu ada di iphone, makanya lu termasuk fanboys, yang gak terima kalo produk lu disangkal orang emoticon-Cape d...
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Udah terlalu nyaman sama apple gan. Secondary nya baru andro
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secondary android parah juga...
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Keputusan juri MUTLAK dan tidak bisa DIGANGGU GUGAT.
Sekian dan Terima Kasih.

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Google’s Android is facing a tough battle against malware apps, and there seems to be no end in sight.

According to new research, Google’s Play Store is riddled with thousands of possible malware-ridden counterfeit apps and games.

https://thenextweb.com/security/2019/06/24/study-google-play-is-riddled-with-thousands-of-data-stealing-counterfeit-apps/

Researchers have discovered that more than 1,000 Android apps harvest your data, even when you tell them no. This is an eye-opening thought at a time when companies such as Facebook, Google and Amazon are under the microscope for their privacy and security policies. Studies have shown that apps with no permissions are able to piggyback on other apps you've given permissions to. According to the researchers' findings, these apps can even gather data from your Wi-Fi connections.

https://www.cnet.com/how-to/over-1000-android-apps-were-found-to-steal-your-data-heres-what-you-can-do/

A consumer activist launched Thursday a lawsuit accusing Google of illegally collecting data on more than five million British iPhone users, who could possibly see a payout reaching into the hundreds of millions.

A campaign group dubbed ‘Google You Owe us’ says the tech giant owes consumers “trust, fairness and money” after unlawfully placing cookies on mobile phones between 2011 and 2012.

“Through this action, we will send a strong message to Google and other tech giants in Silicon Valley that we’re not afraid to fight back if our laws are broken,” said Richard Lloyd, who is spearheading the legal action.

https://punchng.com/lawsuit-accuses-google-of-stealing-data-of-five-million-users/

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Kenapa ane suka make iphone?

karena kita gapernah nanya nanya ram nya berapa, tinggal pake aja udah ngacir gan heheheh
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Google’s Android is facing a tough battle against malware apps, and there seems to be no end in sight.

According to new research, Google’s Play Store is riddled with thousands of possible malware-ridden counterfeit apps and games.

https://thenextweb.com/security/2019/06/24/study-google-play-is-riddled-with-thousands-of-data-stealing-counterfeit-apps/

Researchers have discovered that more than 1,000 Android apps harvest your data, even when you tell them no. This is an eye-opening thought at a time when companies such as Facebook, Google and Amazon are under the microscope for their privacy and security policies. Studies have shown that apps with no permissions are able to piggyback on other apps you've given permissions to. According to the researchers' findings, these apps can even gather data from your Wi-Fi connections.

https://www.cnet.com/how-to/over-1000-android-apps-were-found-to-steal-your-data-heres-what-you-can-do/

A consumer activist launched Thursday a lawsuit accusing Google of illegally collecting data on more than five million British iPhone users, who could possibly see a payout reaching into the hundreds of millions.

A campaign group dubbed ‘Google You Owe us’ says the tech giant owes consumers “trust, fairness and money” after unlawfully placing cookies on mobile phones between 2011 and 2012.

“Through this action, we will send a strong message to Google and other tech giants in Silicon Valley that we’re not afraid to fight back if our laws are broken,” said Richard Lloyd, who is spearheading the legal action.

https://punchng.com/lawsuit-accuses-google-of-stealing-data-of-five-million-users/

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‘Sign In With Apple’ Is Way Better Than Passwords—If You Can Find It
Apple wants its new password killer to cut your dependency on Facebook and Google—if you can find it in the apps you use most

It’s time to play Pick a Door to Your Apps—a game show that, admittedly, not many people would watch.

Behind Door No. 1: That familiar username box and a never-ending hamster wheel of reused passwords and reset emails. Door No. 2: A quick login accompanied by a lifetime supply of intrusive ads. Door No. 3? A more private way in. Just be warned—for now, Door No. 3 is hard to find.

I’m talking, of course, about the sign-in screen on all favorite apps. You can either log in with username and password, or choose a gateway manned by Facebook , Google or—soon, in some cases— Apple . AAPL -0.49% In an attempt to unseat its ad-powered competitors, Apple is offering a privacy-focused app sign-in service with the arrival on Thursday of iOS 13.


‘Sign in with Apple’ is available alongside Facebook's sign-in option in the family-oriented photo-sharing app Lifecake.

What you might not have realized about those other highly convenient sign-in buttons is that your personal information can be shared behind the scenes and used to track you. Heck, there was a time when I didn’t know that myself. When I first signed up for Spotify using Facebook, I unknowingly opted to share my email address, my friends list and my birthday. That’s a lot of info, just to listen to my Acoustic Covers playlist.

Apple, on the other hand, has engineered its button so you share less with app makers. You can even create a disposable email address.

After testing out Apple’s new feature in some early supported apps, I can tell you it’s the best option—if any of the apps you use actually add it. Apple is coming from far behind, and facing some pushback from app makers that rely on those incumbents not just for marketing, but for security.

Until more companies adopt this, Apple’s greatest contribution here is to make us question why companies provide these “single sign-on” services, and what we get in return.

(Dow Jones & Co., publisher of The Wall Street Journal, has a commercial agreement to supply news through Apple services.)

How do they work, anyway?
When choosing a door into an app, you either take responsibility for your own username and password, or trust one of the big-tech companies to handle the authenticating for you. If you choose the latter, you just log in with your Facebook/Google/Apple credentials and they confirm you are who you say you are—often using two-factor authentication, where you scan your fingerprint or face, or enter a secret code sent via text or app. Then they give the app a thumbs-up, without sharing your password. (See the video for a more colorful explanation—which also involves doors.)

Why is this better than a new username and password?
If you use strong, unique passwords and store them in a password manager, as I’ve long suggested, you might be fine creating a fresh account for every app and service. Even then, security experts make a case for logging in via a big tech company.

For one thing, they have larger divisions dedicated to security. They can troubleshoot issues that smaller companies might not be able to tackle. Also, smaller companies can’t always implement two-factor authentication, a baseline requirement these days.


When you sign in on an app with Facebook, the app will often ask for more than just your name and email address. Sharing in Facebook is on by default; you have to tap to disable other permissions.

So what’s the problem?
Even the simplest personal information, like an email address, can be used to track you from app to app or website to website. At a minimum, Google shares your profile photo, name and email address with the app makers using its single sign-on options. Facebook requires you share to your profile photo and full name.

Apps that use Facebook often ask for even more. Take Tinder. Log in and it asks for access to your Facebook friends list, birthday, photos, page likes and email address. There’s a panel to adjust the sharing options, but all of the permissions are turned on by default.

What’s in it for Google and Facebook?
Mark Risher, senior director of product management for Google Account, says the company provides this service to help secure the Internet. (It certainly also makes it easier for Google to provide its other services, from Gmail to search.) Mr. Risher says the company doesn’t use this collected information to target ads.

But Facebook does. Facebook Login “allows businesses to create custom audiences of people who have visited their properties. That way a business can show ads to people on Facebook who have visited their sites and apps,” a Facebook spokesman said.

Even if you don’t mind Facebook profiting off of your internet behavior, the company has a history of misusing data and leaking it to outsiders, in the case of Cambridge Analytica and in many others. (The company updated its data policies last year in response.) And then there are the breaches: In 2018, a Facebook data breach was tied to its single sign-on tool.

How does Apple’s option work?
Like Google, Apple shares your name and email address with the app, but it gives you an option to hide your email or change your name: It will share an anonymized email address and then forward any email from the app maker to your real address. The Bird bike and scooter app thinks my email is 636r6zf9kz@privaterelay.appleid.com ... and my name is Scooby Doo.

Developers can implement the Sign in with Apple button on Mac apps and on websites as well.

What’s in it for Apple?
While Apple has taken on the superhero role of big tech’s privacy protector, this is less altruism, more shrewd marketing: The more you trust Apple, the more you keep buying its devices and using its apps—many of which now charge monthly subscriptions.

Which apps are offering this?
The number of popular apps using this new Apple tool so far is small. I tested the feature in Bird and the family photo journal app Lifecake. Kayak, Nike , Instacart and LoseIt are also among the apps Apple confirmed to be implementing Sign in with Apple this fall.

When I contacted other top iOS app makers—those which use Facebook and/or Google sign-in buttons—some including Postmates and Venmo said they had no plans yet to add the feature. Others, including TikTok, Evernote and Todoist, said it was on the road map. Pinterest said it is in touch with Apple, but wouldn’t comment further. Spotify declined to comment.

Apple’s newest developer guidelines require any apps that offer a social sign-in to also implement Sign in with Apple. As of last week, new apps submitted must offer the button. Existing apps and app updates must follow by April 2020.

What are the downsides of Apple’s option?
In cases like Tinder’s, the anonymity benefit to one user can be a problem for other users. “Verifying a user’s identity using their login credentials helps us prevent those who have been removed for their conduct from accessing our service,” a Tinder spokesman said, adding that the company looks forward to hearing more from Apple on this.

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Do you prefer signing in to apps with a username and password, or letting Facebook or Google sign in for you? Why? Join the conversation below.

There’s also the fact that the iPhone isn’t immune to security vulnerabilities. Plus, who could forget the iCloud celebrity hacks of 2014? Apple does require two-factor for Sign in with Apple.

And finally, even when your favorite app does adopt it, you might have to create a new account to use it.

So what should I do?
I wish more app makers would run—not walk—to implement Apple’s option as an alternative to Facebook and Google. For now, just be on the lookout for it. If you don’t see it, I recommend Google as the quickest, safest alternative. Just do yourself a favor, and choose your doors wisely.

—For more WSJ Technology analysis, reviews, advice and headlines, sign up for our weekly newsletter.

Write to Joanna Stern at joanna.stern@wsj.com

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Google colong data dari pengguna browser safari dan dihukum oleh pengadilan inggris emoticon-Ngakak

iPhone users may get £750 each from Google over ‘illegal’ data snooping – here’s how to check if you’re owed cash

Harry Pettit, Senior Digital Technology and Science Reporter
3 Oct 2019, 10:03Updated: 3 Oct 2019, 12:33

IPHONE fans in the UK may be due a £750 payout from Google over alleged illegal data harvesting.

That's because a mass legal action against the tech titan over claims it collected sensitive data from millions of iPhone users can now go ahead following a Court of Appeal ruling.

Senior judges concluded on Wednesday that consumer champion Richard Lloyd can bring legal proceedings on the US-based tech giant, overturning a previous court decision.

The case, which is worth as much as £3.2billion, could see more than 4million iPhone users handed £750 in compensation.

Speaking after the ruling, Mr Lloyd said: "Today's judgement sends a very clear message to Google and other large tech companies – you are not above the law.

"Google can be held to account in this country for misusing peoples' personal data, and groups of consumers can together ask the courts for redress when firms profit unlawfully from 'repeated and widespread' violations of our data protection rights.

"We will take this fight against Google all the way."

The litigation is being brought by campaign group Google You Owe Us, led by former Which? director Mr Lloyd.

The group hopes to win at least £1billion in compensation for an estimated 4.4million users of the device in the UK.

The claim alleges that Google bypassed privacy settings on Apple iPhone handsets between August 2011 and February 2012 and used data to divide people into categories for advertisers.

Mr Lloyd claims "browser generated information" collected by Google included racial or ethnic origin, physical and mental heath, political affiliations or opinions, sexuality and sexual interests and social class.

It is also said that information about an individual's financial situation, shopping habits and their geographical location were obtained and that the data was then aggregated and users were put into groups such as "football lovers" or "current affairs enthusiasts".

Google data payout – are you eligible for compensation?

Here's what you need to know...Consumer champion Richard Lloyd has created a website for people who think they're eligible for compensation from Google.Those who are eligible are automatically enrolled into the case. Here are the criteria:1. Were you in England and Wales at any time between June 1, 2011 and February 15, 2012?2. Did you have an Apple ID?3. Did you own or have lawful possession of an iPhone?4. Did you use the Safari browser to access the internet?5. Did you keep the default browser settings?6. Did you not opt-out of tracking an collation via Google's 'Ads preference manager'?7. Were you resident in England and Wales on May 31, 2017?It is possible to opt out of the case if you want.If compensation is awarded at a later stage, people will have to prove they were iPhone users between

June 1, 2011 and February 15, 2012.

These were then offered to subscribing advertisers to choose from when deciding who to direct their marketing to, according to the claim.

Mr Lloyd's lawyers told a High Court hearing in May 2018 that the data was gathered through "clandestine tracking and collation" of information relating to internet usage on iPhone users' Safari browser - known as the "Safari Workaround".

They also said the activity was exposed by a PhD researcher in 2012 and Google has already paid $39.5million (£32.1million) to settle claims in the United States.

Mr Lloyd's application to serve notice of the legal action on Google outside the jurisdiction of England and Wales was refused by the High Court in October 2018.

But, following a challenge by Mr Lloyd, three judges at the Court of Appeal concluded the legal action can go ahead.

In a summary of the court's ruling, Chancellor of the High Court Sir Geoffrey Vos said: "The claimants that Mr Lloyd seeks to represent will all have had their browser generated information (BGI) - something of value - taken by Google without their consent in the same circumstances during the same period.

"The represented class were all victims of the same alleged wrong, and had all sustained the same loss, namely loss of control over their BGI."

Google had contended that the type of "representative action" being brought against it by Mr Lloyd is unsuitable and should not go ahead.

Lawyers for the Delaware-based company said there is no suggestion the Safari Workaround resulted in any information being disclosed to third parties.

Google said it will seek permission to appeal at the Supreme Court.

A spokeswoman for the tech firm said: "Protecting the privacy and security of our users has always been our number one priority.

"This case relates to events that took place nearly a decade ago and that we addressed at the time. We believe it has no merit and should be dismissed."

In other news, cyber security researchers recently revealed that 4million Google Chrome users may have had their private photos and videos nicked.

Here's how to see Google’s creepy map showing everywhere you’ve ever been – and how to turn it off.

And, Apple took a huge dig at Google and Amazon earlier this year with a giant data privacy billboard in Las Vegas.

Do you think you're eligible for the payout? Let us know in the comments!

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/10057178/iphone-users-google-compensation-data/
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