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Jailbreaking iPhone could pose threat to national security, Apple claims

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Jailbreaking iPhone could pose threat to national security, Apple claims

What makes me feel a little better for my wrongdoing with my iPhones, however, is the fact that the Electronic Frontier Foundation has asked regulators for the DMCA exemption (PDF) that would allow consumers to run any app on the phone, including those not authorized by Apple. This would basically legalize the jailbreaking practice of the iPhones.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009
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