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  1. Apple’s $64 billion-a-year App Store isn’t catching the most egregious scams A one-man Bunco Squad is poking holes in Apple’s App Store image Recently,Recently, I reached out to the most profitable company in the world to ask a series of basic questions. I wanted to understand: how is a single man making the entire Apple App Store review team look silly? Particularly now that Apple’s in the fight of its life, both in the courts and in Congress later today, to prove its App Store is a well-run system that keeps users safe instead of a monopoly that needs to be broken up.
  2. Wine scams spiked during COVID-19 lockdown An assistant advises a customer at the L'Intendant Grands Vins de Bordeaux wine shop on June 29, 2018 in Bordeaux, France. L'Intendant is considered one of the grandest wine shops in France with a staircase that spirals up five floors surrounded by cylindrical shelves holding as many as 15,000 bottles of regional wine at prices ranging from €7 to thousands of Euros. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images) Absolute monsters. Wine-themed domain registrations rose once COVID-19 lockdowns took hold, some of them m
  3. Covid-19 Vaccine Scams Spread Under Facebook and Telegram's Watch Don’t use an iTunes gift card to purchase doses of the vaccine online. A health worker prepares a Covid-19 vaccine injection.Photograph: ALAIN JOCARD/Getty Images Scammers have flooded Facebook and other social media platforms with Covid-19 scams for almost as long as the disease has had a name. Now, as desperation builds for access to a limited vaccine supply, internet charlatans have escala
  4. Apple’s App Store is hosting multi-million dollar scams, says this iOS developer Developer Kosta Eleftheriou says the App Store is fundamentally broken Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Mobile app developer Kosta Eleftheriou has a new calling that goes beyond software development: taking on what he sees as a rampant scam problem ruining the integrity of Apple’s App Store. Eleftheriou, who created the successful Apple Watch keyboard app FlickType, has for the last two weeks been
  5. The latest hype around the FaceApp application has attracted scammers who want to make a quick profit. The FaceApp application, which offers various face-modifying filters, is available for both Android and iOS. While the app itself is free, some features, marked as “PRO”, are paid. Recent concerns about FaceApp privacy issues have generated a huge wave of media attention. Scammers have been trying, to various ends, to exploit this wave of interest, using a fake “Pro” – yet free – version of the app
  6. Woz sues YouTube over “bitcoin giveaway” scam videos using his name Section 230 gives platforms like YouTube broad immunity for user content. Enlarge / A screenshot from Wozniak's lawsuit shows a typical "Bitcoin giveaway" scam video on YouTube. YouTube / Wozniak et al 66 with 50 posters participating, including story author Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has sued YouTube over the proliferation of "bitcoin giveaway" scam videos on the YouTube platform. The videos falsely use the names of Wozniak and other celebri
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